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Application Development Firm Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd Announces JavaFX 2.0 as Technology of Choice for Enterprise Applications

January 2, 2013

Perth based application development firm Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd announced JavaFX 2.0 as strategic choice as desktop interface technology for enterprise applications.

(PRWEB) January 01, 2013

Anahata Technologies announced it would be defaulting to JavaFX as user interface technology for the delivery of desktop based enterprise applications. Pablo Rodriguez, co-founder of Anahata, describes this move in the following words – ℠We are very pleased with the 2.0 release. JavaFX Scene Builder speeds up the development process and we are exceeding our customer´s expectations in terms of usability and design´.

For Anahata, The adoption of JavaFX brings an improvement to the application development process as it allows for a faster visual development and for the same user interface to run on different operating systems such as Linux, Mac or Windows. With the aid of Java Web Start, the rich desktop applications can be deployed with a single click and get updated automatically as new versions are released.

About JavaFX

JavaFX is a software platform for creating and delivering rich internet applications (RIAs) that can run across a wide variety of devices. The current release has support for desktop computers, tablet PCs and web browsers on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

Before version 2.0 of JavaFX, developers used a statically typed, declarative language called JavaFX Script to build JavaFX applications. Because JavaFX Script was compiled to Java bytecode, programmers could also use Java code instead. JavaFX applications could run on any desktop, browser, or mobile phone that could run Java ME.

JavaFX 2.0 was released on 10th October, 2011 and it is currently undergoing an open sourcing process via the OpenJFX project. Since the 2.0 release, Software companies using Java can now make use of JavaFX capabilities without having to incorporate a new script. An advantage of the 2.0 release has over its predecessors is that it ships with platform specific libraries and, hardware acceleration capabilities

About Java

The Java programming language was released for the first time in 1995 courtesy of James Gosling and today stands as being the most popular programming language in the world. Software companies around the globe leverage the ℠write once, run anywhere´ principle.

About Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd.

Founded in 2010, Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd is a Western Australia privately owned application development consultancy specializing in the analysis, design, implementation and support of cost-effective, custom built software applications.

Anahata´s preferred delivery approach is an iterative, customer centric software development process where business analysts visit customer premises to gather requirements, outline the current business processes and design an improved flow. Once the system requirements are complete, a continuous integration development process allows customers to test the application regularly as it is being built. Upon implementation, customer´s staff is trained on site on the usage of the new system

Anahata offers its customers a 3 month warranty and support period where users can have unlimited phone or email consultation. Customers can access an online task and issue management system to log requests for enhancements (RFEs) or report any defects encountered during the testing or production stages.

Anahata´s preferred technological choice is to deliver cross-platform solutions based on open standards and open source technology that ensure stability, compatibility, and security over a long application lifespan and reduces upfront and ongoing licensing fees.

Anahata is a registered MYOB developer partner and delivers custom database applications that can integrate seamlessly with commercial accounting packages.

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