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JavaOne, Day 1: Hey, That’s My App on Stage!
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
The culminating point in this morning’s JavaOne key note was the announcement of the Java App store, accessible at store.java.com. The intention of the Java App Store is to give Java developers a central, standardized way to distribute their Java applications to the potentially billions of users of Java devices around the world.
The app store, which is currently in private beta, has been seeded with a few early access applications…and apparently an application that I’ve been working on for the past few months is one of them…
Check out the following screen shot taken from the video of the key note (click for a larger version).
My application is represented by the dark icon with the letters “MEfx” on the bottom row, second one in from the right (incidentally, the one immediately to the right of James Gosling’s demo, which in this screen shot is the application currently highlighted).
The application was not actively demoed on stage, or even mentioned by name, but it was quite an experience to see a “labor of love” silently up on stage, while James Gosling and Jonathan Schwartz demonstrated the store’s interface with 20,000 Java developers looking on.
Incidentally, the application is called Music Explorer FX, and is a new kind of music discovery tool written in JavaFX and powered by the Echo Nest’s web services.
Stay tuned for more information on how to try out Music Explorer FX for yourself…
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