A heap of links this week (partly because I’m a day and a half late with this post!). Hopefully something for everyone 🙂
- JavaFX 2.1 developer preview build 09 has been released. For the first time, this release includes support for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. You can read a bit more about this here.
- Amy Fowler’s “Interface Layout with JavaFX 2.0” JavaOne talk is now available on Parleys.
- Tom Schindl has created a SVG to FXML converter, which he plans to include in a future release of his e(fx)clipse project.
- Yet another JavaFX calendar control has been developed, this time by Christian Schudt. The control looks very nice and should be very useful to people needing this kind of functionality in their applications.
- Chika Okereke has put up three blogs posts about the JavaFX PDF support. The first two posts are about the NetBeans support, and then news about the latest release containing a few improvements.
- Dustin Marx has two blog posts this week. Firstly, he demonstrates FXML by porting one of his previous applications to use it, and secondly he reviews the “JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Example” 2.0 book by Carl Dea.
- Thierry Janaudy has put up a blog post showing how to use the JavaFX TableView control in a GUI using Scala.
- Toni Epple has reviewed the JavaFX support in the latest 7.1 release of NetBeans.
- Sai Predeep Dandem has blogged about creating sliding effects (like those seen in the TitledPane control).
- Jim Weaver has put out a sample app that will be getting discussed in the upcoming Pro JavaFX 2.0 book.
- William Antônio Siqueira has blogged about the DataFX project, demonstrating how easy it is to get data into a JavaFX TableView control.
Catch you all in a weeks time.