JavaFX links of the week, April 19

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.

That’s all folks. Catch you in a weeks time…..hopefully.

JavaFX links of the week, April 11

Wow – this weeks post has a number of really good links for people who are interested in JavaFX. Let’s get right into them!

  • Just a reminder: Stuart Marks is presenting at the Silicon Valley JavaFX Users Group on April 14 at the Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores. Remember, you can also watch the presentation live online, time zones permitting 🙂 For those that don’t know Stuart, he is a member of the JavaFX Controls team, and he’s been at Sun nearly as long as I (Jonathan) have been alive (give or take one year) 🙂
  • Rakesh Menon has created a modal dialog in JavaFX, and it actually works very nicely (with the constraints present in JavaFX 1.2). Check it out if you need a modal dialog for your application.
  • Stephen Chin has announced the release of JFXtras 0.6, which is a long time in the making and as such has a heap of new stuff. Check out Stephen’s post to find out more details. Somewhat embarrassingly my menu control turns up in there. Apologies in advance to anyone using that set of controls 🙂 As noted elsewhere, improved menu controls turn up as previews in JavaFX 1.3.
  • Speaking of new JavaFX controls, I stumbled upon the MindFusion UI Pack for JavaFX this week which is a commercial controls pack for JavaFX. My only comment: be weary as to whether this’ll work in JavaFX 1.3 before splashing out some cold hard cash for it.
  • Eric J Bruno has published an article on Dr Dobbs titled ‘JavaFX Database Programming with Java DB‘.
  • A new release of the JavaFX Plugin for Eclipse has been released, taking it up to version 1.2.4.

That’s things for another week – I hope you enjoyed these links. As always, keep up the hard work folks and I’ll catch you all in a weeks time.

JavaFX links of the week, April 5

Another week, another bunch of interesting links. This weeks standout links are probably the blog post by Stuart Marks, and Simon Morris‘ new XML library for JavaFX. What do you think – was there better or bigger JavaFX news in the last week? If so, leave a comment and let us know!

Keep up the good work folks – we enjoy reading what you’re all up to, and it’s our pleasure to help present your hard work to the public. As always, feel free to contact me if you feel like you want something covered in next weeks post.