JavaFX links of the week, May 21

Hi all. Sorry for the radio silence – I’ve been travelling for the last two weeks and it is hard to find the time to put into blogging. Here’s a recap of the links I found over the past few weeks – and apologies in advance to those of you whose posts I have missed. Please email me and I will be sure to include it next week.

JavaFX links of the week, April 9

A heap of links – enjoy! 🙂

 

JavaFX links of the week, March 12

Howdy folks! Big news this week, so let’s just get into it.

  • The big news this week was the announcement by Oracle that JavaFX is to be removed from the JDK from 11 onwards. This was covered in InfoWorld, and in a blog post and white paper by Oracle. In addition to JavaFX being moved to a module that is not shipped with the JDK, there were other Java client announcements made at the same time: Java Web Start and Applet technologies will also be removed from JDK 11 and future releases, and Swing / AWT, being a part of the Java SE spec, will continue to be supported through to 2026. For those of you forgetting the new release plan, JDK 11 is scheduled for release in September of this year. I have received a huge number of emails from people wondering what this means for JavaFX. The answer is – it is now in the hands of the community, with companies like Gluon stepping up to take on the load. You can choose to look at this optimistically (faster releases, easier contributions from community, etc) or cynically (another area that Oracle has abandoned and left the community in charge) – for me, I will write a blog post adding more detail about this as soon as possible.
  • Eric Canull has posted code to GitHub for a JavaFX-based sorting animation app.
  • Pedro Duque Vieira has updated his FXRibbon project to clean up API, etc.
  • Christoph Nahr has posted about Windows GUI DPI scaling in 2018.

JavaFX links of the week, March 5

Some good links this week – enjoy! 🙂

JavaFX links of the week, February 19

An extremely quiet week this week – only a few links which will make for very quick reading 🙂 Enjoy!

JavaFX links of the week, February 12

Apologies for being missing in action last week – I was in Shanghai and trying not to freeze 🙂

  • Brian Hudson has a post about Kubed, a visulisation DSL for JavaFX that looks very interesting.
  • Peter Rogge has released Lib-Validation 0.2.0. Lib-Validation is a library for easy validation in a JavaFX / Maven application. New in this release is the constraint ‘NewDuration’ and its corresponding validator ‘NewDurationValidator’.
  • Jens Deters has released MQTT.fx 1.6.0 with support for Google Cloud IoT, as well as a number of bug fixes.
  • Altran Group have open sourced their Robot Framework TestFX library.