Nashorn also has its own blog, run on an Oracle domain, but as of this writing it isn't very active. The last post, from Laskey himself, reported the results of the vote. But the two posts before that one gave copious examples of how Nashorn might work. Specifically, Laskey wanted to see how the name “Nashorn” was trending on the Internet, so he decided to write a program to count tweets. Using Nashorn with Java, he took advantage of the Twitter4J Java library and wrote a single line of code to start off his app. He then tied it to JavaFX to graph the result, and had to jump through some hoops to create the application. You can check out the specific blog entry for the full details.
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