It’s time for another weeks worth of links from the JavaFX world. This week we have a range of different articles, so hopefully there is something for everyone. Enjoy.
Just a FYI: for the next two weeks I’m in Silicon Valley so whilst I’ll try to post new links I can’t guarantee anything. Be prepared for some silence, and perhaps follow me on twitter – perhaps I’ll post interesting links straight to there for a few weeks as well.
- Robert Eckstein has just put out an article on the Sun Developer Network website covering JavaFX 1.2 UI controls, particularly Buttons.
- Sten Anderson has blogged about flipping nodes with the JavaFX PerspectiveTransform. This is a good read (aside from the Nickelback images), as it gives a few pointers you may not realise otherwise.
- Rakesh Menon has posted about creating a generic OAuth implementation in JavaFX. This might be a very useful starting point for people who intend to connect to OAuth-based web services in JavaFX.
- The Exadel JavaFX Plug-In for Eclipse has been featured on Javalobby.com. If you want to develop JavaFX in Eclipse, you should consider this plugin.
- Cedarsoft have posted some tips and tricks about building controls in JavaFX. It extends from a post I did last year, and I know it has proven useful to some people who have come to me with problems building controls recently.
- itssmee has created a JavaFX-based dashboard that shows how the UK economy has progressed over the last 10 or so years. It’s quite an interesting, if a little limited (and slow).
- Mark Anro Silva has posted two code snippets. The first one is a simple effect example, and the second what he refers to as a ‘preloader‘, but from the looks of it is a loading screen.
That’s all folks. Catch you in a weeks time…..hopefully.