GraniteDS 3.0.0.M1 is out with major new features!Here are some highlights:Apache Flex(R) 4.8.0 compatibilityNew messaging transport based on websockets...
0 replies - 1376 views - 11/28/12 by Franck Wolff in Announcements
We have decided to move forward with JavaFX here at Lynden as we design the next version of our Freight Management System (FMS) application. The initial...
1 replies - 5022 views - 11/01/12 by Rob Terpilowski in Articles
My first trip to Hotel Nikko for JavaOne 2012 came on Tuesday afternoon when I ventured to Nikko Ballroom II/III for David Hill's
0 replies - 3276 views - 10/02/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
Project Avatar was announced at JavaOne 2011. After no further
information until JavaOne 2012, some new information was announced at
0 replies - 6531 views - 10/02/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles
At this year’s JavaOne during Oracle’s Strategy Keynote speech which kicks off JavaOne, Oracle made a fairly major announcement: JavaFX is set to go fully...
0 replies - 2126 views - 10/01/12 by Allen Coin in Articles
In JavaFX if you want the user to be able to zoom the contents
inside a scrollpane here’s a small gotcha that you have to be aware of:
0 replies - 2412 views - 09/21/12 by Pedro Duque Vieira in Articles
Most of the tutorials and demos I have seen up to this point for integrating JavaFX with NetBeans Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications have created and...
0 replies - 13678 views - 09/18/12 by Rob Terpilowski in Articles
There are various modes in which you can style a window in JavaFX.
Sometimes it may be interesting to style it in a minimalist way without
0 replies - 2327 views - 09/14/12 by Pedro Duque Vieira in Articles
Here’s a small post on how you can target text on UI controls through CSS.
Just do this:
/* CSS targeting the text in the UI...
0 replies - 3610 views - 09/11/12 by Pedro Duque Vieira in Articles
Welcome to Day 3 of the JavaFX in Spring blog series. In this post we
are going to finish off the Customer Data application by taking
advantage of the...
0 replies - 4781 views - 09/06/12 by Stephen Chin in Articles
This is part five of a six part series related to a JavaFX 2 Game Tutorial.
I know it’s been a long time since I blogged about gaming, but
0 replies - 2784 views - 09/05/12 by Carl Dea in Articles
I’ve just finished rewriting a component of my app
that was using Swing and now is using JavaFX, I’ve ended up with a
JavaFX component that integrates...
0 replies - 6883 views - 09/04/12 by Pedro Duque Vieira in Articles
JavaFX currently has a high
momentum and enjoys good adoption in the community. With its rich
set of controls, CSS styling, good and free...
0 replies - 5353 views - 08/21/12 by Thomas Bolz in Announcements
Many Java developers prefer maven to build, package and to deploy their Java applikations and would like to use maven with JavaFX. Althoug there are many...
4 replies - 11350 views - 07/12/12 by Andy Moncsek in Articles
Over the past 10 years new opportunities have opened in the
stock, futures and currency markets to allow retail traders the ability to
produce their own...
0 replies - 4017 views - 07/09/12 by Rob Terpilowski in Articles
Awake File is a secure Open Source framework which enables developers to very easily implement file uploads and downloads through HTTP. Security has been...
0 replies - 2022 views - 05/30/12 by Nicolas De Pomereu in Announcements
I wanted to explore learning to use MongoDB with Java and the best
way to do this was to develop a toy application. And to add to this, I
thought of using...
1 replies - 5472 views - 05/19/12 by Mohamed Sanaulla in Articles
Awake SQL is an Open Source framework which enables remote JDBC access through HTTP. Java Desktop App developers just need to include regular JDBC calls in...
1 replies - 1863 views - 05/10/12 by Nicolas De Pomereu in Announcements
These days, we are starting a new project for realizing a Rich Internet Application (RIA).
One of the first questions is: Which technologies and frameworks...
11 replies - 38071 views - 04/23/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles
0 replies - 3317 views - 04/19/12 by Kai Wähner in Book Reviews