Java desktop links of the week, September 4

It’s JavaOne season, and as always the link count drops down as people divert attention to their JavaOne slides. I can’t wait to hear how it goes for everyone – sadly I won’t be attending this year so I’ll be following through the twittersphere ūüôā

Java desktop links of the week, August 28

Java desktop links of the week, August 21

Java desktop links of the week, August 14

  • Tom Schindl has published a new JavaFX UI testing tool.
  • The¬†Oracle Technology Network has published an article by¬†Johan Vos about building JavaFX-based mobile applications for deployment on iOS and Android.
  • Jamie Macaulay¬†is blogging about a cool-looking JavaFX app called¬†PAMGuard, which is a program which detects whales and dolphins acoustically. Another cool example of JavaFX being used in the wild.
  • Peter Rogge has released Lib-Tile 0.2.0. The main feature of this release is the rework of the api so that it is now possible to create reduced, mixed or your own TileSet.

Java desktop links of the week, August 7

  • Edvin Syse announced the release of TornadoFX 1.7.9.¬†TornadoFX is a lightweight JavaFX Framework for Kotlin.
  • Tom Schindl¬†announced the release of e(fx)clipse 3.0.0, which supports Java 9 and brings with it a host of other improvements.
  • Arnaud Hamon has put online some code to draw tree maps in JavaFX, using both the scenegraph APIs, as well as the Canvas node.
  • Almas Baimagambetov continues to improve FXGL – the JavaFX Game Library.
  • Peter Rogge continues to improve¬†Lib-Preferences, a library for easily storing simple data to a Preferences.properties file in a JavaFx & Maven desktop applications.
  • Roger Lacroix has announced the release of¬†MQ Visual Edit V2.2.0, a commercial app for “allowing users to view, manipulate and manage messages in a queue and/or topic of a IBM MQ queue manager and presents the data in a simplified format similar to a database utility or spreadsheet program.”