- There are a bunch of updated libraries / apps this week, including:
- William Antonio has blogged about k-means and decision tree using Weka and JavaFX.
- Oliver Milke has written about getting started with Gluon Mobile – running JavaFX apps on iOS and Android.
- Andres Almiray has written about writing JavaFX applications with Kotlin.
- Christoph Nahr has posted about Myriarch for Java – which “attempts a precise real-time simulation of pre-gunpowder tactical warfare.”
A good number of links this week! Everyone is clearly working hard 🙂
- Gerrit Grunwald continues to add skins to TilesFX, his dashboard library for JavaFX.
- Tom Eugelink has written about ‘the art of waiting‘, where he looks into asynchronous communication with APIs such as CompleteableFuture, RxJava, and JDeferred.
- William Antonio has written a cool post displaying an app that recognises handwritten digits using Deeplearning4j and JavaFX.
- Johan Vos has written about taking a closer look at JavaFX.
- Alexej Sailer has open source a simple graphs library for JavaFX.
- Andres Almiray has posted about how to ‘boost your JavaFX applications with Griffon‘.
- The Musicott music manager / player continues to be developed. As an open source project using a number of other open source libraries, it is a good project for others to consider learning from.
A quiet week this week. I’ll be travelling for the next two weeks, so don’t expect any posts from me during this time.
April already!?! Where does time go. Anyway, I hope everyone survived April Fools Day for another year.
- I missed a post by Gerrit Grunwald last week, so this week there are two links you should check out – both of them are ‘Friday Fun’ components. Firstly, he has a dot matrix display, and secondly, he has used this dot matrix display to create a stock ticker component.
- Jeff Martin has two posts this week – ‘Custom JavaFX controls and Scene Builder‘, and ‘Better GUIs for Java games‘.
- Roger Lacroix is looking for beta testers of his Swing-based MQTT Message Viewer app.
- Carl Walker has posted about Kotlin elements in TornadoFX type-safe builders.
A number of links this week, including:
- Ron Smits has blogged that ‘keepassFX release coming closer‘.
- Mirko Sertic has been working on his FXDesktopSearch app. As he puts it: “FXDesktopSearch is a Java and JavaFX based Desktop Search Application. It crawls a configured set of directories and allows you to do fulltext search with different languages support on the content.” Reminds me of the good old days of Google Desktop! 🙂
- Tom Schindl has a post about working with the JavaFX UI thread as part of the e(fx)clipse runtime library.
- Edvin Syse has posted a youtube video about writing an application using TornadoFX.
- Dirk Lemmermann has posted about a JavaFX animation tool that he is working on.