Another week, another round of links. Enjoy!
- I was very, very pleased to announce this week, on behalf of the entire ControlsFX development team, the release of ControlsFX 8.0.6. This release was a big release, with support for translation into 17 languages, new controls, a new validation / decoration framework, and a bunch of bug fixes. If you’re unfamiliar with ControlsFX, be sure to check out the features page to see what we offer in 8.0.6!
- David Grieve, one of my colleagues in the JavaFX team at Oracle (and the resident CSS expert), has posted about styling cells (i.e. cells in ListView, etc) in JavaFX.
- Hendrik Ebbers continues with his tutorial series on DataFX, this week post tutorial 2 (on navigation in a DataFX flow) and tutorial 3 (on how a wizard dialog can be created with DataFX).
- Sébastien Bordes has posted another JRebirth tip: how to runAndWait with the JRebirth thread engine.
- Nathan Howard has a post on how to code a JavaFX frontend for a web service.
- Steven Schwenke has posted about a ‘table-to-table transition’ animation he has created, which animates the movement of items from one table to the other.
- The ReportMill blog has a post about creating a SplitPane animation using a DoubleTransition.
- David Gilbert emailed me to say that “following on from last week’s announcement about FXGraphics2D, this week we released Orson Charts 1.4, the main feature in the release being the addition of JavaFX support.”
That’s all folks. Now I can get outside and enjoy the public holiday here in New Zealand!