Mark Stephens I have been working with Java and PDF since 1999 and am a big NetBeans fan. I enjoy speaking at conferences. I have an MA in Medieval History and a passion for reading.

New JavaFX section on IDRsolutions website

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JavaFX 2.0 is an exciting new technology from Oracle to make it easy to build slick, modern looking interfaces with lots of eye candy. It co-exists with your existing Swing or SWT code. We have been looking at JavaFX as a replacement for Graphics3D and to enhance our PDF viewer and have several Open Source projects which make use of JavaFX. We have also written a PDF to JavaFX converter.

So we have created a new JavaFX section to bring this all together along with a JavaFX FAQ, links to all our JavaFX blog articles and general links. There will be lots more content appearing there in the near future.

We hope you are as excited about JavaFX as we are!

And we hope to see you at our JavaOne 2012 talk

‘BOF3332 – Lessons Learned in Writing a PDF-to-JavaFX Converter for NetBeans’

IDRsolutions develop a Java PDF Viewer and SDK, an Adobe forms to HTML5 forms converter, a PDF to HTML5 converter and a Java ImageIO replacement. On the blog our team post anything interesting they learn about.

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