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Release Notes: OpenVRML now builds against Boost 1.47.0, XULRunner 12.0, and libpng 1.5. Release Notes: An erroneous library version change in the 0.18.7 release was fixed. Release Notes: The code was modified to build against XULRunner 2.0. Problems compiling with Text node rendering disabled were fixed. Resilience of the parsers was improved. Release Notes: Memory corruption issues in the PNG and JPEG readers were fixed.
Xj3D is an open source (LGPL) project of the Web3D Consortium Source Working Group focused on creating a toolkit for VRML97 and X3D content written completely in Java. It serves a dual purpose of being an experimental codebase for trying out new areas of the X3D specification and as a library that we encourage application developers to use within their own application to support X3D technology. Xj3D is highly componetized so it is easy to use only the components you need for developing your own X3D-based project.
Contents Project Overview The area of interest of this working group is the nexus of DIS, Java and VRML.
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Oracle Oracle Technology Network > Java Article Why, Where, and How JavaFX Makes Sense CaptainCasa moved from Swing to JavaFX for front-end infrastructure, explaining that implementing an employee desktop front end with native technology is a valid approach and that JavaFX is a good fit. Posted 3/13/13 // Tags: java , JavaFX , RIA // Headlines Archive