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Published on Thu, 17 Feb 2011 17:27:57 -0800 Indexed on 2011/02/18 7:30 UTC
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Chin expressed enthusiasm about recent JavaFX developments:
"There is a lot to be excited about -- JavaFX has a new API face. All the JavaFX 2.0 APIs will be exposed via Java classes that will make it much easier to integrate Java server and client code. This also opens up some huge possibilities for JVM language integration with JavaFX."
Chin also spoke about developments in Visage, the new language project created to fill the gap left by JavaFX Script:
"It's a domain-specific language for writing user interfaces, which addresses the needs of UI developers. Visage takes over where JavaFX Script left off, providing a statically typed, declarative language with lots of features to make UI development a pleasure."
"My favorite language features from Visage are the object literal syntax for quickly building scene graphs and the bind keyword for connecting your UI to the backend model. However, the language is built for UI development from the top down, including subtle details like null-safe dereferencing for exception-less code."
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