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Carl Dea, Gerrit Grunwald, José Pereda, Sean Phillips and Mark Heckler, JavaFX 9 by Example, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-1961-4_10

10. JavaFX on the Web

Carl Dea, Gerrit Grunwald2, José Pereda3, Sean Phillips4 and Mark Heckler5

(1)Pasadena, Maryland, USA

(2)Münster, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

(3)Arroyo de la Encomienda, Spain

(4)Bowie, Maryland, USA

(5)Godfrey, Illinois, USA

JavaFX provides capabilities to interoperate with HTML5 content. The underlying web page rendering engine in JavaFX is the popular open source C++ API called WebKit. This API is used in Apple’s Safari browsers, Amazon’s Kindle devices, and was used in Google’s Chrome browser prior to version 27 ...

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