Some really cool links this week. Enjoy!
- The big news this week was the announcement that Trillian Mobile and LodgON have formed a partnership to bring JavaFX to iOS (on top of the RoboVM software). It already runs on Android, so that means the two major mobile operating systems can now both run JavaFX. Very cool!
- In a separate post, Johan Vos from LodgON cryptically alludes to more work being done in this area to create “visually attractive and business-friendly mobile applications“.
- Jens Deters has announced that MQTT.fx 0.0.14 has been released.
- Speaking of JavaFX and MQTT, Pete Scargill has a post about how he uses mqtt-spy (another MQTT app written in JavaFX). Very interesting!
- Hendrik Ebbers has posted a video on his blog of Sven Ruppert and himself presenting on the topic ‘how to test your JavaFX application‘.
- Dirk Lemmermann has posted JavaFX Tip 17: ‘animated workbench layout with AnchorPane‘.
- Tomas Mikula has a post on measuring FPS with ReactFX.
- Pedro Duque Vieira has posted that he has added contextual ribbon tabs to his JavaFX Ribbon control. Very nice.
- Mark Stephens has posted about converting a Swing application to JavaFX, in particular with listeners and fast scrolling.
That’s all for this week. Catch you all next week!