Peter Pilgrim is professional software developer, designer and architect. Since 1998 he has worked in the financial services industry, investment banking mainly, developing IT for clients. He is a well known specialist in Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) technology, focused on the server-side and the implementation of electronic commerce. Peter has built professional Java EE apps for top-tier investment banks such as Lloyds Banking Group, UBS, Credit Suisse, Royal Bank of Scotland and Deutsche Bank. Peter is the 91st Oracle Java Champion. Peter is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 34 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Progressive JavaFX Custom Components

10.16.2011
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I have completed all three of my Progressive JavaFX 2.0 talks in California, at JavaOne 2011, Silicon Valley Code Camp at Foothills College and Silicon Valley JavaFX User Group at Oracle Conference Center.

You get the slides deck from here as a PDF document.

The source code is a Maven assembly distribution, a ZIP file, which I concocted on the last day of California. The code is available here.

The slide deck is below (from Slide Share):

 

 

 

As ever if you have any comments in general, modifications, and just essentially interesting things to say, then please do not hesitate to contact me here directly. You can add to the blog entry comment and also do the social networking Twitter, Google+ thing.

Let’s us keep pushing things forward.

From http://www.xenonique.co.uk/blog/?p=492

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Fuqiang Zhao replied on Mon, 2011/10/17 - 2:54am

The scense graph model bring benefits for animations, but the GUI performance is a big problem, the DEMO in new JavaFX 2.0 is too slow!

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