FX Experience Has Gone Read-Only

I've been maintaining FX Experience for a really long time now, and I love hearing from people who enjoy my weekly links roundup. One thing I've noticed recently is that maintaining two sites (FX Experience and JonathanGiles.net) takes more time than ideal, and splits the audience up. Therefore, FX Experience will become read-only for new blog posts, but weekly posts will continue to be published on JonathanGiles.net. If you follow @FXExperience on Twitter, I suggest you also follow @JonathanGiles. This is not the end - just a consolidation of my online presence to make my life a little easier!

tl;dr: Follow me on Twitter and check for the latest news on JonathanGiles.net.

JavaFX links of the week, March 21

Here we go again, with another batch of JavaFX 2.0 related links of the week. I hope you enjoy them 🙂

Thanks to everyone who takes the time to blog about their thoughts, experiences, and progress with JavaFX 2.0. I love reading it and love sharing it with the community – keep up the great work!

JavaFX links of the week, March 7

It’s March already?! It seems time is flying past these days, yet there is never enough time in the day to get everything done. For those of you too busy to scour the web for Java desktop links then, I hope I can be of some help! 🙂 This week we have some blog posts on what people are finding out about JavaFX 2.0. As always, feel free to email me any links you may have!

  • Alan O’Leary blogged about the WebView component in JavaFX 2.0 EA, and integrating it within a Swing application. This has long been a request of developers in the Swing world – and so this may be a viable option for many projects.
  • Following up on this, Aljoscha Rittner blogged about integrating JavaFX 2.0 EA with the NetBeans Platform to get the best of both worlds. His example embeds the WebView inside a NetBeans-based application. I wish I’d see someone take the time to create a fully JavaFX-based application framework 🙂
  • Steven Herod, author of the TwitterFX application, has blogged about his first impressions of JavaFX 2.0 EA. He has spent the last few weeks working on a new JavaFX 2.0-based TwitterFX client, and seems impressed by what is coming in JavaFX 2.0.
  • I picked up on an example Adam Bien gave of TableView, slightly tweaking it to show an alternative means of populating the cells of the TableView.

That’s us for another week!