« Notes from Stephen Chin on Migrating to the JavaFX 1.1 Release | Main | Pro JavaFX Released in Apress Alpha (Early Access) Program »

February 17, 2009

Comments

Per Lundholm

Just to answer your concern about thread safety, James. It is not an issue, really, you simply have to know that if you use a Java lib and get a callback from it, you are using another thread.

I tried to explain that in my blog post.

There will be JWS for Planning Poker RSN.

James Weaver

"I just wanted to say thanks for the inspiration, I saw your half-day talk at JFokus 2009 in Stockholm recently. Now JavaFX really got me.

So as a postcard from me and a colleague, my latest blog entry, a little something about thread safety and JavaFX"

Thanks Per! It would be great to have a Web Start link to run your application. Also, regarding thread safety, could you please report an issue, creating a small test case? I'd be glad to help you report it in the JavaFX issue tracking system.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

James Weaver

Diego,

Very nice! Please look at the open source JFXtras project
https://code.google.com/p/jfxtras/
and make the participants aware of what you've developed, and ideas that you have.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

Per Lundholm

Hi, James!

I just wanted to say thanks for the inspiration, I saw your half-day talk at JFokus 2009 in Stockholm recently. Now JavaFX really got me.

So as a postcard from me and a colleague, my latest blog entry, a little something about thread safety and JavaFX: https://blog.crisp.se/perlundholm

Regards,
Per

The comments to this entry are closed.