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15 Dec 2009 New Beta Release of Sun's Java Store Launched [22661]
Added and Updated Features, Six Additional Countries Can Now Participate

A new beta release of Sun's Java Store is available with some new features including account creation in the client, the ability for developers outside of the US to preview applications using the Java Store view, improved integration with PayPal and more. Java Warehouse also is now available to six new countries: Israel, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Taiwan and South Korea.
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04 Nov 2009 PayPal Supports Application Payment in Java Store [22555]
Real-time Payments to Developers, Single-click Buying Experience for Consumers

PayPal is supporting application payment in the Java Store Beta, a consumer-facing storefront for Java and JavaFX applications. Utilizing the new Adaptive Payment API from PayPal, consumers can authorize the Java Store Beta to bill against their PayPal account so they can simply click the "Buy" button and never have to leave the store. Developers can set their own application price from $1.99 to $200.00 (USD), receiving 70 percent of any for-fee application sold immediately with this new Sun-PayPal alliance.
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15 Oct 2009 Sun Assists in Building Verizon Developer Community (VDC) [22452]
Collaborating on Application Store, Support of Mobile Developer Program

Sun is working closely with Verizon Wireless to help foster the recently launched Verizon Developer Community (VDC). Sun is providing key technologies and services to support VDC and help build the V CAST Apps storefront, scheduled to launch later this year. Developers who have created apps for platforms such as Java, BREW, Android, Windows Mobile and others are welcome to join the VDC and submit concepts and applications for V CAST Apps.
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24 Sep 2009 Upload Applications Composed of Several JAR Files Into the Java Warehouse [22283]
NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 Is the Solution to Use

How to "Use NetBeans IDE 6.7 to Combine JAR Files Into a Single JAR File" is the subject of Robert Eckstein's Sun Developer Network article that provides a workaround for the limitation in Java Warehouse that prevents the uploading of applications composed of several Java Archive (JAR) files into the Java Warehouse. This can be accomplished, Eckstein writes, by concatenating each of the user and library classes into a single JAR file. He claims this is very easy to do for both Java and JavaFX projects using NetBeans IDE 6.7.1.
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10 Sep 2009 Leading Independent IPTV Specialists Incorporate JavaFX [22330]
Opportunity for Third-party Developers to Deploy Apps and Services

The JavaFX TV Platform has been chosen by Amino Communications to be used in its next generation IPTV set-top boxes (STBs). This will enable third-party JavaFX developers to create new, expressive content that combines IP-delivered secure video with the JavaFX platform. Content authors also will be able to take these applications to multiple screens with JavaFX's support for the browser, desktop, and mobile platforms.
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