Session: JavaFX: Bringing Rich Internet Applications to Desktop, Web, and Mobile

Terrence Barr

Terrence Barr

Presenter: Terrence Barr
Room: Huxley 343
Time: 11:30 – 12:25; Saturday 26 September

JavaFX is the new Rich Internet Application (RIA) platform by Sun Microsystems enabling the delivery of expressive content across a wide range of platforms – from desktops and web browsers to mobile devices and entertainment systems.

What makes JavaFX unique is the combination of the powerful and ubiquitous Java platform with the domain-specific scripting language JavaFX Script and optimized media- and graphics runtimes, viagra which together enable and accelerate the creation of compelling and immersive content.

This presention includes an introduction into the goals, order technologies, hospital and tools of the JavaFX platform. Further, we give an overview of the fundamental properties and features of JavaFX Script and portability aspects of JavaFX content. The talk includes a number of live demonstrations.

Terrence Barr is a Senior Technologist for Mobile and Embedded Technology at Sun Microsystems and Community Ambassador of the Java Mobile & Embedded Community. Of the 18 years of industry experience more than 12 of those years have been at Sun.

He has worked on various technical aspects of embedded systems and Java platforms for a number of years including implementation and optimization of virtual machines, byte code hardware acceleration, multiprocessor architectures, advanced client-side applications, client-server systems, and more.

He also participates or has participated in several industry organizations and standards bodies such as JCP, EEMBC, and OMA, has authored and co-authored a number of U.S. and European patents, and speak frequently at various conferences around the world including JavaOne, Jazoon, Oredev, OSiM, and others.

He is also the project owner of the ME Application Developers project.