JavaFX links of the week, August 6

I’m back from my travels last week and have a few links to share – enjoy! 🙂

JavaFX links of the week, July 23

Heaps of good links this week – enjoy!

  • Johan Vos announced that JavaFX 11 early access builds are now available in Maven Central, and the final release is on track for release in September (with JDK 11). This is really cool as we are getting to the point where JavaFX is decoupled from and able to progress at its own pace, separate from the JDK. There is a short how-to document up on the Gluon website.
  • Pedro DV continues to improve JMetro, adding support for TreeView, Tabs / TabPane, and context menu.
  • Gerrit Grunwald has two posts this week. Firstly an anchor selector control, and secondly, on rolling gradients.
  • Jordan Martinez has announced he is looking for someone to take over maintaining the RichTextFX (and related) projects, as he is moving onto other technologies and won’t have the time going forward. I hope someone steps up, as there is some really cool technology here and it would be a shame to see it abandoned.
  • Andres Almiray has two blog posts this week. Firstly about creating aggregate JavaFX bindings, and secondly about using Sass in JavaFX (something that I know Gluon does also with Gluon Mobile).
  • Dirk Lemmermann has another JavaFX tip, this time on masking / clipping / alpha channels.
  • Tristan Deloche has open sourced Lyrebird, a free, open-source, cross-platform twitter client.

JavaFX links of the week, July 16

Here are the latest links. Enjoy 🙂

JavaFX links of the week, July 8

It’s been a stupendously long time since the last ‘weekly’ roundup, and for that I apologise profusely! I’ve been caught up doing a heap of travelling, getting sick, more travelling, and then trying to fit some work around the edges. Not to mention, I’m also trying to contribute a chapter on JavaFX UI controls to an upcoming JavaFX book. The end result of all of this is excuses and inability to do everything I try to obligate myself to do. On the upside, I’m a Java Champion now – that’s pretty cool, right? 🙂

Whilst I’ve been away I have been doing my best to track the Java desktop landscape, and so I have a lot of links to share today. I will be brief as I am writing this on a Sunday morning 🙂

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.