Sun CEO, Jonathan Schwartz had talked of an Apple like Java App Store a few days back. The store has become a reality, a lot sooner than expected. The Java Store is meant to be the best online destination for interesting, useful and entertaining Java software applications.
The blogosphere as well as mainstream media has been abuzz with discussions about the IBM buyout of Sun. Enthusiastic TV anchors of not just business channels but even general news channels have been delivering extended theories on the matter. However one thing that is common across all discussions has been the fact that most people are looking at the buyout as a positive development.
Sun Microsystems today announced that ITT Corporation has selected the Sun Java(TM) Real-Time System 2.0 (Java RTS) and the Solaris(TM) 10 Operating System (OS) as the software development platform for its Eglin Control and Signal Processing Upgrade (CSPU) program. More information on Sun Java RTS is available at: http://java.sun.com/javase/technologies/realtime/
Jim Weaver, one of the best known names in the JavaFX world talks to IndicThreads about JavaFX Script, where it stands today, how it compares to other RIA technologies and where JavaFX looks headed. Jim gives us an overview of the development cycle for a JavaFX Script application. He also talks about the benefits of using JavaFX and the challenges faced in its