Java desktop links of the week, November 28

  • Thierry Wasylczenko has been working on JStackFX, which provides a user interface to analyse thread dumps generated by the Java jstack tool. It looks very nice!
  • Edvin Syse has released TornadoFX 1.5.8, which includes a heap of improvements and some new controls such as a slideshow component.
  • Alessio Vinerbi has released an updated version of his open source AnchorFX docking framework for JavaFX. This looks very nice.
  • Jens Deters has released MQTT.fx 1.3.0, which includes the results of hard work on stability and performance improvements, along with some UI additions.
  • Tom Schindl has two posts this week. Firstly, he has created a ‘SashPane‘ for JavaFX that has slightly different characteristics compared to the JavaFX SplitPane, and secondly he has a short post on some performance improvements he has introduced into e(fx)clipse to deal with reparenting nodes in the scenegraph.

Java desktop links of the week, November 21

A few nice links this week – enjoy!

Java desktop links of the week, November 14

  • Christoph Nahr has blogged about JavaFX pane clipping, which is a very useful read for anyone wanting to put content inside a pane and clip it properly – with or without borders. This content was also added to my FXDocs project (for slowly building up a JavaFX ‘book’).
  • Samir Hadzic has blogged about the new zoom feature he has added to the SpreadsheetView control, as part of ControlsFX.
  • Gerrit Grunwald has created a cool clock skin for his Medusa project.
  • A Markdown Writer FX project has been created to write markdown using JavaFX. This is a nice project, and it is nice to see editors exist for both markdown and asciidoc, both written in JavaFX.
  • I interviewed two teams of students from Massey University on their use of Gluon Mobile in their team projects. The first team interview has now been published.
  • Thomas Nield has released RxJavaFX 0.3.0, with a number of improvements.
  • Manuel Mauky is working on the advanced bindings project for JavaFX.
  • Markus Falkhausen is working on creating class diagrams for JavaFX.

Java desktop links of the week, November 7

Lots of good links – enjoy!

  • Jens Deters has released FontAwesomeFX 8.13, with updated icon fonts and other bug fixes.
  • Jens has also released MQTT.fx 1.2.0 recently, which includes bug fixes and some new usability improvements.
  • Davild Gilbert has released an updated Orson Charts library. Orson Charts is “an open source 3D chart library for JavaFX and Swing. This release adds a change notification mechanism for the XYZSeriesCollection dataset, generics for classes throughout the API plus upgrades to the FXGraphics2D and JFreeSVG dependencies (bringing in bug fixes and other improvements).”
  • Adam Carroll has released VocabHunter 1.0.18.
  • Christoph Nahr has written a class diagrammer in JavaFX.
  • Nicholas Jensen has written Drop Bay, an encrypted notes application built with JavaFX.

Java desktop links of the week, October 31

A number of great links this week – great work everyone! 🙂

  • Andreas Billmann has a post about Kotlin and TornadoFX. The guys working on TornadoFX are doing huge amounts of work!
  • Adrian Romero has been working on a pretty cool programmable calculator for mobile devices, making use of JavaFXPorts.
  • Speaking of JavaFX on mobile devices and JavaFXPorts, Gluon has released Gluon Mobile 4.0.0, which includes a frankly insane number of improvements.
  • Florian Brunner has released Drombler FX 0.8. Drombler FX is a modular JavaFX application framework. This release comes with support for ‘single instance’ applications, and an initial version of a data framework.
  • Christoph Nahr has a post about the JavaFX Spinner control, and using it to spin through numbers.

About

Jonathan Giles is a 31 year old software engineer living in Palmerston North, New Zealand. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering Honours in Software Engineering, a Masters of Science in Computer Science, and is a Sun certified Java programmer. Jonathan specialises in Java, Swing, JavaFX and Client-Server development.

He is currently the tech lead at Oracle in the JavaFX UI controls team, and a Java evangelist. Additionally, Jonathan is an advisor at Gluon. Finally, he blogs over at the FX Experience blog. Obviously, the opinions expressed here are his own.

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