Hi all – here is another weeks worth of links. I’m run off my feet working on the latest JavaFX release, so please pardon the brevity! 🙂
- Igor Nekrestyanov has published an article on packaging Swing apps with integrated JavaFX content.
- Adam Bien has published part two of his series on the enterprise side of JavaFX.
- Gunnar Morling has blogged about using JavaFX 2 with Maven.
- The first chapter of Carl Dea’s book “JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Example” has been made available online for free.
- Gerrit Grunwald has done yet another of his ‘Friday Fun Component’ posts, this time recreating a ‘domino-piece clock‘.
- In another post (and on another blog), Gerrit has also posted about JavaFX dynamic shadows, to create more life-like effects.
- If you want to run the developer preview versions of JavaFX 2.2 on Ubuntu Linux, you can now follow these online instructions.
- Andres Almiray has written about using Groovy and Griffon to build JavaFX applications without all the Java boilerplate.
- Patrick Martin has started a blog at javafx2.org. It covers topics such as reflective event handling, JavaFX and Scala, and JavaFX and Groovy.
- John Yeary has blogged about how he created a JavaFX 2.2 pie chart using JPA.
- Stephen Chin and Jim Weaver were interviewed (note: direct MP3 file link) by Donald Smith recently.