Wow – we’re already at the end of October – time flies huh? 🙂 Here are your links of the last week – enjoy! 🙂
- Gerrit Grunwald has blogged about his experiences setting up a beagleboard (and touchscreen) to run JavaFX applications.
- Danno Ferrin has blogged about the ‘ideal build system’ for JavaFX, using Gradle.
- I announced the availability of the JavaFX 8 UI control sandbox repository, which is already full of new controls and features, including TreeTableView, RangeSlider, cell spanning support in TableView and Dialogs.
- NetBeans 7.2.1 is now available for download, and it comes with improved support for JavaFX 2.2.
- Pedro Duque Vieira has started working on a ‘Metro’ look for JavaFX called JMetro. It would be great to see this added to the JFXtras-Styles project.
- René Jahn has blogged about the various ways he has improved the JavaFX TableView control. I would love to see as much of this contributed back into OpenJFX!
- Andres Almiray continues to churn out JavaFX-related plugins for GroovyFX.
- JacpFX 1.1 has been released. JacpFX is a RCP framework on top of JavaFX and Spring.
- Geertjan Wielenga has blogged about how the JavaFX WebView component is being used by developers as a web browser inside their Swing applications.
- Wichit Sombat has put up a YouTube video showing how to build a JavaFX application with NetBeans.
- Sharon Zakhour has blogged about Apple’s Java Mac OS X 2012-006 update.
- Excelsior have announced the Excelsior JET charity bundle, where you can get the standard edition of Excelsior JET for just $10 (without support obviously), and they contribute all of the money to charity.
That’s that for another week. Now I can get back to real work! 🙂 Catch you again next week.
is the JavaFX Scene Builder also open source?
sorry, forgot another question in my first posting:
How about custom components in the JavaFX Scene Builder? Are they supported now?