Howdy folks to another week of links. It certainly seems like the number of links this week has picked up, which is great to see. Let’s get right into things.
- Adam Bien continues posting about JavaFX 2.0, this time doing a quick post about how a TableView control can be created and populated. On my behalf, your feedback on this is very much appreciated (even though the API shown by Adam is a little out of date now).
- Peter Pilgrim has recorded three screencasts as he plays with and explores the new JavaFX 2.0 SDK. Just note that what he is showing is pre-beta code samples using APIs that may change, and of course no best practices have been developed yet, so continue to explore with alternate approaches! 🙂
- Stephen Chin is currently in India on business, and he gave the ‘JavaFX 2.0 and Alternate Languages‘ talk he and I first gave at JavaOne. Each time he gives it it’s a little bit different though, so it pays to check it out if you’re interested.
- The JavaFX 2.0 roadmap has been updated to reflect the current state of progress. In general it appears as if the JavaFX team are doing a great job, keeping up with the schedule (which has always been a very tight schedule!).
- Danno Ferrin blogged about how he started a forking of the Substance project originally founded by Kirill Grouchnikov.
- René Jahn let me know that JVx, an open source enterprise application framework, has had a new release, taking it to version 0.9 beta-4.
- Andres Almiray has asked, and answered, the question of “who uses Griffon after all?“
- In another post, Andres also covers Griffon threading management, take 2.
Catch you all in a weeks time!