Welcome all to another weeks worth of links. Enjoy
- JavaFX Scene Builder 2.0 Early Access is now available for download! Refer to the release notes to learn what has changed.
- This week the first batch of JavaOne session recordings have been put online. There are a number of JavaFX-related talks available already, so be sure to check them out!
- Danno Ferrin has released version 0.4.0 of the JavaFX Gradle Plugin. New in this release is the ability to specify a particular source set from which to package your runtime classes from. There were also a large number of bug fixes.
- Pedro Duque Vieira continues to revise his JMetro JavaFX stylesheet. This week he has improved the styling of the JavaFX ContextMenu control to make it look more appropriate in JMetro, and also improved the styling of JavaFX push button controls.
- Arnaud Nouard has updated his Undecorator project. In the latest release, there is improved support for showing title text, a cool docking indicator and a bunch of bug fixes.
- Robert Ladstätter has posted a video recording of his presentation at DevFest Vienna 2013. His summary of the talk is that he talks about how to “build a JavaFX application, show how easy it is to create user interfaces with Scene Builder, how to connect a native library (OpenCV) with the Java ecosystem, and above all how to use Scala to glue it all together.”
- Jan Köhnlein has posted a video of his Star Trek LCARS terminal, written in JavaFX.
Catch you all in a weeks time!