JavaFX links of the week, September 26
JavaOne is over for another year! I hope those of you that attended had a great time, learned a lot, and managed to attend some of the parties in the evening. There are a number of good links this week, so I’ll only very quickly cover them, especially as I have a lot of catching up to do after being away for a week!
- Gerrit Grunwald has posted yet another of his ‘fun components’ – this time an interactive world map. Very nice! 🙂
- Edvin Syse has released updates to FXLauncher and TornadoFX.
- Nic Raboy has posted an article about using Couchbase in a JavaFX desktop application.
- Francis Fredrick Valero has posted an article about the nature of code in the JavaFX Canvas. He also has a post about using Kotlin to create JavaFX Canvas code.
- Samir Hadzic has posted about changing your application theme dynamically.
- Alexander Casall has open sourced leakdetectorFX, a small memory leak detector for JavaFX.
- Adam Carroll has a blog post about how JavaFX was used to build a desktop application.
- Dinesh Bajaj has open sourced his FXBilling application.
- Hossein Rimaz is maintaining a list of ‘awesome JavaFX libraries, books, frameworks, etc…‘.
- Andy Till has put out new code for his erlyberly application, which is used for ‘erlang tracing for the masses’.