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The HTML5 juggernaut is radically changing client-side development on mobile devices as well as the desktop. Given the pervasiveness of HTML5, where does JavaFX fit in the picture? This presentation examines both HTML5 and JavaFX, covering the technical strengths and weaknesses of each. This is a code-intensive session with comparison code and examines the differences between JavaFX and HTML5 animation support, rendering capabilities, and performance. In addition, it covers how JavaFX can leverage HTML5 to get the best of both worlds.
About the Speaker
Ryan Cuprak is an e-formulation analyst at Dassault Systemes and president of the Connecticut Java Users Group that he has run since 2003. At Dassault Systemes he is focused on developing data integrations to convert clients’ data and also user interface development ranging from the desktop to the web. Prior to joining Enginuity he worked for a startupdistributed-computing company, TurboWorx, and Eastman Kodak’s MolecularImaging Systems group, now part of Carestream Health. At TurboWorx he was a Java developer and also a technical sales engineer supporting both pre-sales and professional services. Cuprak has earned a BS in computer science and biology fromLoyola University Chicago. He is a Sun Certified NetBeans IDE Specialist. He canbe contacted at [masked].
Watching the Live Stream Online
To be eligible for prizes (see below), please register for this meetup.
For the live video feed, please go to the SvJugFx page on my blog: http://steveonjava.co...
6:00-6:45pm Arrive & mingle -- Food & drinks provided by Oracle
6:45-7:00pm Group introduction & announcements
7:00-8:30pm Main Talk followed by Q&A
8:30-9:00pm Raffle and additional networking time
Prizes and Sponsorship
We also have some great prizes to give away, including:
An IntelliJ Ultimate Edition license ($249 value)
Technical books including Pro JavaFX Platform
Premium swag for everyone who walks in the door!
This event is brought to you with support from the following sponsors:
Oracle supports our meetup by providing a venue and prizes.
Linode provides open source hosting.
JFrog Artifactory supports our meetup membership and gives prizes.
Ubivent provides our JavaFX streaming event platform..
JavaPassion.com gives discounts for JUG members.
Parleys.com provides free streaming of our videos.
Jetbrains gives out free IntelliJ licenses at our meetings.
Apress gives free books as prizes.
O'Reilly gives free books as prizes.
If you are interested in having your company appear here, please let me know!