- The big news from the last week is the release of JavaFX 11. Kevin Rushforth announced this on the openjfx-dev mailing list, and linked to the brand new OpenJFX.io site produced by Gluon. Speaking of Gluon, they also did a JavaFX 11 release announcement and mentioned the availability of the JavaFX long term support offering for companies seeking backports of fixes, etc.
- Jaxenter did an interview with four people from the Java / JavaFX community (myself included) about the release of JavaFX 11. The first part of the interview series is now online.
- Oshan Mendis has announced the release of CustomStage v1.3.2, with huge CPU usage optimizations and bug fixes.
- GoXr3plus Studio has published a tutorial and library for drawing audio amplitudes like in SoundCloud with JavaFX. They have also published an updated release of the open source XR3Player.
Apologies for the radio silence recently – travel makes keeping on top of my blogging duties a little bit more difficult. Here’s the latest links – enjoy! 🙂
- Dirk Lemmermann has open sourced the WorkbenchFX library, which was carried out by Marco Sanfratello and François Martin, students from the FHNW University in Switzerland.
- Dirk is also encouraging people interested in JavaFX to attend the JavaFX Days conference in Zurich in December. More details on the JavaFX days website.
- Pedro DV has two posts related to his fluent design work. Firstly, a post on button / toggle button / tooltip styling, and secondly, a post on text field and password field styling.
- Gerrit Grunwald has created a morphing clock skin for the Medusa – very nice 🙂
- Almas Baimagambetov has updated FXGL, the JavaFX Game Library project. It is becoming very nicely polished now 🙂
- Brian Young has an article on how to do drag and drop using the JavaFX TreeView control.
- Pedro DV has posted a new fluent design style for the JavaFX Slider control.
- The Conservation Coding website has an article about using JavaFX from a science perspective.
- sirolf2009 has created a JavaFX graph visualisation library.
- Adrian D. Finlay has blogged about how to make cross-platform mobile apps using JavaFX.
A quiet week in the land of Java desktop, with only a few links to share. Nonetheless, I hope you all enjoy 🙂
I’m back from my travels last week and have a few links to share – enjoy! 🙂
- Tom Schindl has posted about supporting OpenJFX 11 from JDK11 onwards in e(fx)clipse.
- Pedro DV has posted about fluent designs for ComboBox and ScrollBar.
- Carl Walker has posted about aligning labels with type-safe CSS using TornadoFX.
- GOXR3PLUS STUDIO has a bunch of activity this week, including a new version of XR3Player with “new DJ Features and ability to connect to dropbox through JavaFX”, a video tutorial on how to use Iconli font icons, and an updated release of FX-Borderless-Scene.