I’m a bit late with the links this week – apologies. It was a quiet week this past week, but in any case, I hope you enjoy the following links.
- Tom Eugelink continues to explore building mobile JavaFX applications using Gluon technologies.
- The bitsquare project released a new version of their client. Bitsquare is a “cross-platform desktop application that allows users to trade national currency (dollars, euros, etc) for bitcoin without relying on centralized exchanges such as Coinbase, Bitstamp or (the former) Mt. Gox.”
- Michael Hoffer has a presentation from a recent Devoxx conference about ‘algorithmic 3-D modeling, language modeling and visual programming’, where a lot of the technology he uses is JavaFX-based.
A heap of great links this week – enjoy 🙂
- Gerrit Grunwald has released an updated version of his Medusa gauge library.
- Jens Deters has a blog post on ordering via SortedList (and Properties Extractor).
- Peter Rogge has released an update to his NetBeansIDE-AfterburnerFX-Plugin.
- Thomas Nield has released RxKotlinFX. Thomas explains thusly: “RxKotlinFX contains Kotlin extensions to RxJavaFX. It also is in exploratory stages to add helpful Node extension functions that return Observables.”
- Rob Terpilowski has released GMapsFX 2.0.3, with support for directions, elevation, and geocoding APIs.
- Carl has a blog post on ‘a case statement for JavaFX Binding‘.
- Joel Becker has a blog post on ‘running Scala + JavaFX on Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X‘.
- Gian Costa has pushed his ‘EighthBridge‘ library to GitHub, which is an ‘interactive graph modelling and rendering [API] for ScalaFX’.
- Dirk Lemmermann has announced an updated release of his CalendarFX library. As he puts it, “Version 1.3 contains several small bug fixes, important memory leak fixes, and most importantly a big fix for correctly displaying different “first day of week” (e.g. Mondays in Germany, Sundays in the US).”
- Gluon has announced the release of updated versions of Gluon Mobile (for Java on Mobile), Gluon Desktop (for Java on the Desktop), and the IDE plugins that enable apps to be built using this software.
A number of good links this week. Enjoy!
Some nice links this week – enjoy! 🙂
Welcome to the leap-day edition of JavaFX links of the week! 🙂
A day late this week – I was out of action yesterday (and over the weekend) with a head cold. Now that I’m getting back on my feet, here are the links from the past week – enjoy!