Hi all – welcome to yet more JavaFX links! Hopefully there is something for all of you to learn from and enjoy. Have a great week and I’ll catch you again in a weeks time with yet more of your links! 🙂
- The Canoo blog has published part seven of their abacus tutorial, this time focusing on integrating OpenDolphin.
- Michael Heinrichs has updated his inverse kinematics library to work with JavaFX 2.x. You can find the sources of the library including the code of the two samples on GitHub.
- Björn from CaptainCasa has posted another JavaFX client update detailing some of the updates to the CaptainCasa software.
- Tom Eugelink has posted a ListView extension class (also called ListView) to JFXtras which allows for two-way binding of the selected item property. Whilst I haven’t had a chance to test this myself I know that this is an often-requested feature from some users of the ListView control (and the same concept can be applied to the other selection model based controls such as TreeView, TableView, TreeTableView, etc).
- James Sheets has started up a new project to provide enhanced TableView functionality around filtering, or, as he puts it, “a set of drop-in replacements for JavaFX’s TableColumn class, which provides a visual editor for users to create filtering.” It would be great to see these ported to JavaFX 8.0 and using the built-in filtered list functionality.
- Yennick Trevels has posted on structuring JavaFX applications.
- Narayan Maharjan has posted about pagination and style in the JavaFX TableView.