Only a few interesting links this week, all included below. Perhaps most interesting is the NetBeans team work on integrating JavaFX code within a NetBeans RCP application.
- Geertjan Wielenga has posted about work the NetBeans platform developers are undertaking to make it possible to embed JavaFX inside NetBeans applications (i.e. built above the RCP).
- Sten Anderson has released the source code for a JavaFX family tree visualiser and a tag visualiser.
- Jim Weaver has updated the JavaFX RIA challenge by changing the deadline to be 30 days after the release of JavaFX 1.3.
- Patrick Champion has continued his series of posts on JPA 2.0 and JavaFX. I’m very, very pleased to see more focus is going on JavaFX breaking into the enterprise. The number of JavaOne proposals I reviewed in this area was staggering, which is, again, very, very pleasing.
- Antoine Mischler has a post talking about how to unit test your JavaFX application using JFrog and Maven. Within Oracle we just directly use JUnit for testing purposes, and that tends to work very well.
Hope you learnt something new this week 🙂 As always, email me any links you may have, and I’ll be back again next week.