The WireFusion Java object allows
programmers to easily write and compile their
own Java code directly from WireFusion. The Java
object can interact with the rest of the WireFusion
environment through In-ports and Out-ports, or
through calling other objects directly through
the new WireFusion API.
The integrated Java development environment is
easy to learn and will get you started in no time.
Non-programmers can also benefit from the Java
object, and the power of the Java language, by
obtaining free and ready-made source code from
either the Demicron web site or from third parties.
Java objects can be saved and reused in other
projects, or shared with other WireFusion users.
After your Java object is coded, compiled and
working, simply save it using the Java object’s
local menu or add it to the Library as a Favorite.
If you want to share your Java object with other
WireFusion users, but not reveal the source code,
then you can password protect the object when
distributing as a Favorite.
For those interested in creating fully integrated
WireFusion objects and add-ons, with dialogs and
property panels, then there is a Software Development
Kit (SDK). Read more about how to use the Java
object, the API and the SDK in the "Java
in WireFusion" documentation.
5 API specification >
in WireFusion 5" documentation >
4 API specification >