Look at this – a post that is on time! Don’t expect this to happen too often 🙂
- As another week rolls around, we have another JavaFX 2.1 developer preview release available, taking the build number up to b14.
- Nicolas Lorain, a member of the JavaFX team at Oracle, and also known as @javafx4you on Twitter, has posted about his research into the JavaFX 2 developer community.
- Michael Heinrichs, yet another member of the JavaFX team at Oracle, has posted a blog post about his ‘most often asked questions about JavaFX‘.
- Speaking of questions people have about JavaFX 2, Dustin Marx has a post covering some of the questions he was recently asked at a conference he presented at.
- Geertjan Wielenga has posted about using the JavaFX WebView as a ready-to-roll NetBeans module for people wanting web browsing functionality.
- Dan Zwolenski has ported the ‘first contact’ application to Spring. First Contact is a simple JavaFX-based contact management system that has been used in earlier blog posts.
- In a separate post, Dan talks about ‘going remote – JavaFX and Spring‘.
- Roberto Marquez has created an animated TIX clock using JavaFX 2.
- Mark Anro Silva has a post about creating a ‘Tron-like’ effect in JavaFX 2 forms by modifying the CSS.
- Johan Vos and I put out a new release of DataFX this week. The main feature of this release is the availability of a JDBC data source. We also announced the availability of the source code for people to explore and provide feedback / features on. We even got a friendly write-up on jaxenter.
- Alexander Potochkin continues his series of posts on ‘Swing in a better world’ by this time talking about static fields vs the AppContext.
That’s all – catch you all next week. 🙂