Mobile solutions provider Gluon has released JavaFX 12, the company’s second release of the rich client technology for Java since JavaFX was decoupled from the JDK (Java Development Kit).

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JavaFX 12 follows on Gluon’s September 2018 release of JavaFX 11. The JavaFX 12 runtime is available as a platform-specific SDK, as JMOD archive files, and as a set of artifacts in the Maven Central repository. Key capabilities in JavaFX 12 include:

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