Welcome to the second week of our JavaFX links of the week posts. This week perhaps the biggest news was the release of more details about what is (potentially – things may of course change) coming up in JavaFX 1.3. From the feedback I’ve personally received from people, it seems that you’re all quite excited about the new features and controls, which is of course great to hear.
Please, as always, you can email me your links that you want covered. We want to make sure we draw attention to the best things happening in the JavaFX world each week, and sometimes we need your help to find them.
- Jasper Potts bloged to ensure people know that Inkscape can now save your drawings as JavaFX assets.
- Jim Weaver covered the talks given by Richard Bair and Jasper Potts at Devoxx, who presented (for the first time) what we’ve got coming up in JavaFX 1.3.
- Chris Wright and Jim Weaver continue their series of posts covering what is new in JavaFX 1.2, this week focusing on the new JavaFX charts API.
- Whilst NetBeans 6.7 doesn’t support automatically formatting JavaFX script, NetBeans 6.8 apparently will. Whilst we wait for the final release of that, there is a workaround available for NetBeans 6.7 if you’re really desperate for automatic code formatting.
- Mitch Pronschinske asks Max Katz (of Exadel JavaFX plugin for Eclipse fame) if there is a lack of advertising for JavaFX.
- Jeff Frieson has written a comprehensive article covering the JavaFX API’s for reading RSS and Atom feeds.
- Stephen Chin has blogged about his Devoxx 2009 talks. He provides links to the videos on parleys.com, which is a paid site, although over time the videos will become available for free.
That’s it for another week. Have a great week everyone and we’ll see you again next week. Of course, keep your eyes peeled for JavaFX posts coming up on this website, and follow us on twitter for notification, as we bring you the latest news and developments related to JavaFX.