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Oracle Webcast:  Enrich Your Enterprise Client Apps with JavaFX 2.0

The Code of Enterprise Success Begins with JavaFX 2.0

Great news for enterprise client applications developers: The much-anticipated JavaFX 2.0 release is now available in public beta—which means you can take advantage of all the new benefits that JavaFX 2.0 brings to the Java platform.

This release is the latest development in Oracle’s long-term commitment to making JavaFX the premier rich client platform. Register for our Webcast—and discover how JavaFX works for your enterprise applications.

You’ll learn how JavaFX 2.0 can help you:

  • Create JavaFX applications completely in the Java programming language using standard Java development tools
  • Integrate new Java APIs with Swing applications; high-performance, hardware-accelerated graphics; embedding of Web content; stable media playback; and an improved UI controls library
  • Gain unsurpassed freedom and flexibility to create rich internet applications and content for desktops and Web browsers

JavaFX allows you to leverage your existing investments and knowledge in the Java platform and take advantage of one of the largest developer communities in the world.

Register for this Webcast today.

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Thursday, June 30, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Presented by:

Jai suri
Jai Suri
Principal Product Manager, Java Development Group, Oracle

Jasper Potts
Jasper Potts
Architect, Java Development Group, Oracle
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