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).

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:

New protected VirtualFlow methods for subclassing.

Implementation of accelerated composition for WebView.

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