- 11-Dec-09: On the topic – be sure to read Michael Heinrich’s six-part series on “Best Practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications”
- 10-Dec-09: Note regarding the license terms (see below)
JavaFX Mobile 1.2 for Windows Mobile was released as Early Access in July. Since they, our team has been busy polishing the code, fixing bugs, and implementing some major performance improvements. Yesterday, the final release hit javafx.com.
You can download the release bundle from the downloads page and start writing and deploying applications to your mobile phone immediately. Check out the ReleaseNotes.pdf, which are part of the download bundle, for more information. Also, if you haven’t done so yet, see my previous blog post regarding JavaFX Mobile for Windows Mobile, including a full screencast.
And while your on javafx.com, you might as well check out the Tutorial section – lots of new material available!
Note regarding license terms:
As per the terms of the license you may develop and run commercial applications on the JavaFX Mobile binary stack but you may not distribute the JavaFX Mobile binary stack nor bundle it with your application. For more information please see the license and the ReleaseNotes.pdf.