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.

Java desktop links of the week, November 27

A relatively quiet week in desktop Java land, but definitely no less interesting! 🙂

Java desktop links of the week, November 20

A small list of links this week, but I hope you enjoy nonetheless 🙂

Java desktop links of the week, November 13

Firstly, a thank you to everyone who pinged me after my announcement that I was leaving Oracle – I received a huge number of emails of appreciation. My ego is now sufficiently inflated – thanks everyone 🙂 Anyway – it’s the start of another week, so here is another batch of links for you to enjoy! 🙂

  • David Gilbert has released a new project called JFreeChart-FX that contains the JavaFX extensions for JFreeChart, and alongside this a new version of JFreeChart (v1.5.0) that aligns with this new project as a dependency. This improves the JavaFX support in JFreeChart. Simultaneously, David has made a new release of FXGraphics2D (a small API that allows Java2D code to be reused with the JavaFX Canvas) that removes some private API calls so that it can be used with JDK9.
  • Gerrit Grunwald has posted about smoothed charts in JavaFX. Very nice.
  • Renato Athaydes has updated LogFX, a simple Log reader supporting color highlighting and able to handle giant files.
  • yWorks has a new release of yFiles for JavaFX. This is a commercial diagramming framework.

Java desktop links of the week, November 6

A little bit of an interesting week this week!