Not long to go now until JavaOne! I’m really looking forward to heading over there again – it’s always nice to meet old and new friends. If you’re going to JavaOne be sure to come up and say hi! There is a heap of interesting links this week – there is not the usual quiet period before JavaOne like in most years! Enjoy.
- There were a number of Gluon open source related posts this week. Firstly, there was the announcement of Gluon Ignite, an open source JavaFX dependency injection framework. Secondly, they announced the release schedules for Scene Builder and JavaFXPorts projects. Thirdly, they released Gluon JavaFX Mobile SDK 8.60.6 for Android and iOS. Fourthly, they also released Gluon JavaFX Embedded (ARM) SDK 8.60.6. Finally, there was an interesting blog post about writing native activities for Android / iOS using the open source Gluon Charm Down library.
- Jens Deters has released MQTT.fx 0.0.18. As always this comes with a number of new features and bug fixes.
- Rob Terp has a small post about some useful tools that people who develop JavaFX software should be familiar with.
- Hendrik Ebbers continues to post about the Dolphin Platform project. This week he has posts on the model API and the view API.
- Andres Almiray has blogged about how the Griffon project has been forked to create the Basilisk project, which “aims to bring the Griffon experience to mobile/desktop application development”.
- A. Sundararajan has posted about building a standalone JavaFX FXML app with nashorn scripts for event handling – and no java code!
- Dirk Lemmermann has opened the online store for the CalendarFX project (it is also available on ComponentSource).
Catch you all next week!