Java desktop links of the week, February 12

Apologies for being missing in action last week – I was in Shanghai and trying not to freeze 🙂

  • Brian Hudson has a post about Kubed, a visulisation DSL for JavaFX that looks very interesting.
  • Peter Rogge has released Lib-Validation 0.2.0. Lib-Validation is a library for easy validation in a JavaFX / Maven application. New in this release is the constraint ‘NewDuration’ and its corresponding validator ‘NewDurationValidator’.
  • Jens Deters has released MQTT.fx 1.6.0 with support for Google Cloud IoT, as well as a number of bug fixes.
  • Altran Group have open sourced their Robot Framework TestFX library.

Java desktop links of the week, January 29

Can you  believe that January 2018 is already almost over?!

Java Desktop links of the week, January 22

Hello everyone! Apologies for the radio silence for so long – I’ve received many emails from people worried I had disappeared into a black hole 🙂 It’s just been super hectic around here – Christmas, new years, a lot of travel – but now things are settling down and I can get back into the groove of posting these links again.

  • Gerrit Grunwald continues to do amazing things with JavaFX charts. He has posts on a “Florence Nightingale inspired Coxcomb Chart“, Nested Bar Charts, and Stream Charts.
  • Glazed Lists 1.11.0 has been released.
  • ScraM has been updated: “Kids and adults alike can make games of all kinds in ScraM.  With a drag-and-drop designer (built with JavaFX), ScraM makes coding fun and
    easy.  Get it all here, and watch videos here.”
  • Dmitry Kan has announced a new release of Luke, a “toolbox for analyzing and maintaining your Lucene / Solr / Elasticsearch index on low level.”

Java desktop links of the week, December 17

We’re definitely heading into the holiday season now – the link count is decreasing as people prepare to take some much-deserved holidays!

Java desktop links of the week, December 3

It is crazy that we are already in December. Soon it’ll be the festive season, and I hope everyone takes the time to relax and unwind. This week there are only a few links to note, so enjoy 🙂

  • Gerrit Grunwald has worked on Sankey charts for his Friday Fun Component. They look very nice 🙂
  • Chris Seikatsu has announced Dyn2d, “a 2d rendering package for JavaFX. It’s more than just a game engine. With Dyn2d you can turn your JavaFX application into an interactive experience.”
  • Thomas Nield has announced nullable binding feature for RxJavaFX.
  • To indulge me, I announced this week that following my leaving of Oracle, I am now happy to announce that my new role is at Microsoft, as a senior cloud developer advocate working to grow Java on the Azure cloud.