- Peter Rogge has updated Lib-I18N to version 0.6.0, which includes more unit tests and improved documentation.
- Peter has also released Yin-Yang 0.8.0. This application is a sample app that uses JavaFX features like borderless windows, multilingualism, animations, etc.
- RichTextFX 0.9.2 has been released. A few bug fixes and a memory leak issue have been addressed with this release.
- Adam Carroll has released an update for Santulator, which adds ability to import a spreadsheet containing the names of participants.
I’m back and well-rested after a week in Honolulu (although as it was noted to me on Twitter, taking kids on vacation is pretty much turning the vacation into ‘looking after kids in a different location’).
- Peter Rogge has released Lib-I18N version 0.5.0. This library “allows developers to easily bind `.properties` key (values) to a [StringBinding]. So changing the language during runtime in a JavaFX application won’t be a problem anymore.”
- Adam Carroll has released Santulator, an open source secret santa present draw app written with JavaFX 11.
- Pedro DV has released JMetro 4.8, with a number of Metro / Fluent Design styles revamped or tweaked.
- GOXR3PLUS STUDIO has released an update to the media player / web browser called XR3Player (along with a video of it in action), as well as an update to FX-BorderlessScene, an “undecorated JavaFX Scene with implemented move, resize, minimise, maximise, close and Windows Aero Snap controls”.
A quiet week this time, with just two links of note that I could find:
- GestureFX, a lightweight gesture-enabled pane for JavaFX, has had a new release.
- I came across the open-source Paintera, which “is a general visualization tool for 3D volumetric data and proof-reading in segmentation/reconstruction with a primary focus on neuron reconstruction from electron micrographs in connectomics.” It is built using JavaFX 2D and 3D interfaces. There is a cool video linked on Twitter (I wish I could find a better one)