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JavaFX and Netbeans IDE

Is there any knowledge on the horizon on integrating JavaFX into Netbeans in the same way Swing is integrated into it?  Currently,  as I know it, you can generated a JavaFX gui - which generates a…Continue

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Started Dec 11, 2012

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OrlandoJUG - Ken Krueger on Spring Boot at Canvs

May 28, 2015 from 6pm to 9pm
This month, we welcome Ken Krueger for a talk on Spring Boot.…See More
May 27, 2015
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OrlandoJUG :: Intro to Spring Batch at DeVry University

November 14, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm
Join us for a presentation entitled "Introduction to Spring Batch" with Chris Schaefer.In this presentation we will take a high level look at the Spring Batch project. This presentation is ideal for anybody who would like to get an introduction to the framework, its use cases and what it provides you as the developer to build robust batch jobs with minimal effort.Here's a reference card for Spring…See More
Nov 13, 2013
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OrlandoJUG ::: Open Spaces Meeting at DeVry University

April 25, 2013 from 6pm to 9pm
Join us for an Open Spaces meeting this month, hosted by your JUG Leader, Michael Levin. Open Spaces is a style of meeting in which everyone gets the chance to contribute. Mike has had many meaningful and enjoyable experiences over the years both leading and participating in Open Spaces meetings. This will be a pot…See More
Apr 23, 2013
Mike Bivins commented on Michael Levin's blog post Swampcast features Jonathan Schwartz, former Sun CEO
"My favorite statements: "Markets are not measured, they are defined." and... "You don't find opportunities when you are looking for them, you find opportunities when you are making them.""
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Swampcast features Jonathan Schwartz, former Sun CEO

"My favorite statements: "Markets are not measured, they are defined." and... "You don't find opportunities when you are looking for them, you find opportunites when you are making them.""
Apr 22, 2013
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"Good presentation, Jackie!  I'm diving into the links now."
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Responsive Web Design? What's that? - Exploring NODE.JS

It may not  adhere to the strict Java format of OJUG but was quite useful in learning more of the growing tools available to the web based developer.Jackie Gleason answered this and unlocked other mysteries when he explained what NODE.JS was about.  Including a demo where he started a .js server, Jackie showed us how to set up an Express Project Layout worked starting with NPM and yielding to his own  "Hello World" page.  He continued by showing us how document styled db could be integrated…See More
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Responsive Web Design? What's that?

It may not  adhere to the strict Java format of OJUG but was quite useful in learning more of the growing tools available to the web based developer.Jackie Gleason answered this and unlocked other mysteries when he explained what NODE.JS was about.  Including a demo where he started a .js server, Jackie showed us how to set up an Express Project Layout worked starting with NPM and yielding to his own  "Hello World" page.  He continued by showing us how document styled db could be integrated…See More
Feb 1, 2013
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FLEX goes to Apache

Not familiar with FLEX but this article has some interesting info on it.  Another tool in the web developer's toolbox?http://www.eweek.com/developer/apache-software-foundation-delivers-flex-as-top-level-project/?kc=EWKNLLIN01222013STR2See More
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OrlandoJUG ::: Responsive Web Design Using Express.JS with Jackie Gleason at DeVry University

January 31, 2013 from 6pm to 9pm
Greetings Java Enthusiasts!This month, we welcome the return of Jackie Gleason. Jackie will give a talk you're sure to enjoy.Abstract:    It seems we are living in the day of the scripting framework, now-a-days everything seems to be in something.js. Why is that? What is Node.js? How do I use it to create…See More
Jan 16, 2013
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JavaFX and Netbeans IDE

Is there any knowledge on the horizon on integrating JavaFX into Netbeans in the same way Swing is integrated into it?  Currently,  as I know it, you can generated a JavaFX gui - which generates a type of xml which you then need to import it into your Java application you could be developing in Netbeans.  I was waiting/hoping for the day when  FX get integrated into the Netbeans environment where I could simply drop an FX component into a  JPanel.See More
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Computational Linguistics Village

Ever wonder how Google Translate works? It's computational linguistics! Join us here and learn all about it and more. Jim White will be our guide. Enjoy!
Dec 7, 2012

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Responsive Web Design? What's that? - Exploring NODE.JS

Posted on February 1, 2013 at 11:13am 0 Comments

It may not  adhere to the strict Java format of OJUG but was quite useful in learning more of the growing tools available to the web based developer.



Jackie Gleason answered this and unlocked other mysteries when he explained what NODE.JS was about.  Including a demo where he started a .js server, Jackie showed us how to set up an Express Project Layout worked starting with NPM and yielding to his own  "Hello World" page.  He continued by showing us how document styled db could be…

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FLEX goes to Apache

Posted on January 22, 2013 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

Not familiar with FLEX but this article has some interesting info on it.  Another tool in the web developer's toolbox?

http://www.eweek.com/developer/apache-software-foundation-delivers-flex-as-top-level-project/?kc=EWKNLLIN01222013STR2

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If someone with multiple personalities threatens suicide, is that considered a hostage situation?

 
 
 

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