Tagged "LinksOfTheMonth"

JavaFX Links of May 2024

Here is the overview of the JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth of May 2024, published on jfx-central.com during this month. Core When Johan Vos shares his notes, you may want to keep on eye on them…: “While working on Java on Mobile, I keep my notes here (best viewed with lynx). This is not user/developer documentation, but people interested/familiar with OpenJDK building might keep an eye to see how far we are.

JavaFX Links of April 2024

Here is the overview of the JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth of April 2024, published on jfx-central.com during this month. Core Gluon published new releases of JavaFX: 22.0.1 and the LTS releases 17.0.11 and 21.0.3. You can get them from Maven Central and the Gluon website. The new builds of Java and JavaFX, that were released this week, contain several fixes related to Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE), see for example the release notes of Azul Zulu.

JavaFX Links of March 2024

Here is the overview of the JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth of March 2024, published on jfx-central.com during this month. Components, Libraries, Tools Pedro Duque Vieira integrated this pull request in FXThemes: “True Dark Mode is now also available on Mac. All thanks to Carl Dea. Not new, but siedlerchr pointed us on EasyBind: “Leverages lambdas to reduce boilerplate when creating custom bindings, providing a type-safe alternative to Bindings.

JavaFX Links of February 2024

Here is the overview of the JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth of February 2024 that got published on jfx-central.com during this month. Core Christopher Schnick shared a video: “The JavaFX 22 platform preferences API in action. You can now query and observe the system color schemes.. Gluon announced that new EA releases for the upcoming JavaFX 22 (22-ea+28) and JavaFX 23 (23-ea+3) platforms are available for download from gluonhq.

JavaFX Links of January 2024

This is the first JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth review for 2024, an overview of the LinksOfTheWeek that got published on jfx-central.com during January. Core JavaFX 21.0.2 (January 2024) is available on the Gluon website. Applications Robert Ladstätter added ZIP file support to LogoRRR: “No more unzipping before analysing your latest bugs from ops!

JavaFX Links of December 2023

This is the final JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth review for 2023. It was an amazing year with many evolutions in Java and JavaFX and a complete “fresh” version of JFX Central. Thanks for following these updates and looking forward to more of your JavaFX work in the new year… This is the overview of the LinksOfTheWeek that got published on jfx-central.

JavaFX Links of November 2023

Have fun with this overview of the “JavaFX LinksOfTheWeek” that got published on jfx-central.com during November. Core Carl Dea shared: “JavaFX 22 will be supporting platform specific settings! E.g. dark and light mode etc.”. See JDK-8319138: Platform preferences API. Also worth following: JDK-8305116: “Frosty / Milky / diffuse transparency areas showing desktop background” Dirk Lemmermann is looking forward to the next release of JavaFX: “We can hope to see CSS transitions, themes, and Platform API (dark mode, accent colors).

JavaFX Links of October 2023

Thanks to the Devoxx conference, there are many hours you can spend on JavaFX-related videos! But as every month, there is a lot more to read and learn about JavaFX… Have fun with this overview of the “JavaFX LinksOfTheWeek” that got published on jfx-central.com during October. Core Last month Java and JavaFX 21 were released.

JavaFX Links of September 2023

This month OpenJDK and OpenJDK 21 got officially released, so links to the new downloads but also to the early access builds of the next one! Here is the overview of the JavaFX LinksOfTheWeek that got published on jfx-central.com during September. Core Announcement by GluonHQ: “We’re proud to announce JavaFX 21 GA.

JavaFX Links of August 2023

I’ve taken a holiday this month, so probably missed a lot of the amazing JavaFX news, but still some things caught my attention and you can find them in this LinksOfTheMonth overview. But the most essential and thrilling news is the release of the new version of jfx-central.com! A complete new home for “all things JavaFX” thanks to the amazing work of a whole team of JavaFX enthousiast.

JavaFX Links of July 2023

Although I skipped a few weeks because of busy schedules, holiday interruptions, and too few hours in a day, there was still a lot to report in the two #LinksOfTheWeek that were published on jfx-central.com in July. Have fun reading and clicking, and see you end of August for one long #LinksOfTheMonth…

JavaFX Links of June 2023

Again a lot has been shared this month in the jfx-central.com #LinksOfTheWeek! And that website itself is “under heavy construction” as version 2 is getting a completely new design and several improvements. Your help is wanted! See the last section of this summary… Core Rampdown Phase 1 (RDP1) for JavaFX 21 starts on July 13, 2023 at 16:00 UTC (09:00 Pacific time), about four weeks from now.

JavaFX Links of May 2023

Again a busy month in JavaFX-world! Here is a nice list with links for your reading and clicking pleasure! This is the summary of the #LinksOfTheWeek as published on jfx-central.com in May 2023. JavaFX Core JavaFX 21-ea+17 is available for download from GluonHQ or from Maven central. Johan Vos believes it’s time to deprecate Java Swing: “It doesn’t make sense to maintain Swing and move JavaFX forward.

JavaFX Links of April 2023

This is the summary of the #LinksOfTheWeek as published on jfx-central.com. JavaFX Core Gluon announced JavaFX update releases: 20.0.1 (latest release), 17.0.7 (latest LTS), and for Gluon LTS customers 11.0.19. In this video with Kevin Rushforth he talks about JavaFX 20 and beyond. Dirk Lemmermann tweeted some of the highlights like RichTextArea, ideas for future releases,… The Notebook demo is looking really nice to learn JavaFX in an easy way.

JavaFX Links of March 2023

This is the summary of the #LinksOfTheWeek as published on jfx-central.com. JavaFX Core Johan Vos is working on backports for JavaFX 17.0.7 to guarantee quality and long-term support. And he announced JavaFX 20 could be released in the week of March 20th. As planned. Together with the release of OpenJDK 20, we also got the release of OpenJFX 20.

JavaFX Links of February 2023

February is a short month, but this list seems to be longer than ever… A lot of game development, releases, interesting ongoing development, and so much more to read. Enjoy reading and clicking! This is the summary of the #LinksOfTheWeek as published on jfx-central.com during February. JavaFX/OpenJFX Core Kevin Rushforth of Oracle announced on the mailinglist “As a reminder, JavaFX 20 is now in Rampdown Phase Two (RDP2).

JavaFX Links of January 2023

2023 has taken off with a flying start in JavaFX-world! Here is a summary of the Links Of The Week that were published in January on jfx-central.com. JavaFX Versions Gluon announced the first set of JavaFX releases in 2023: JavaFX 19.0.2: public release containing some updates and security patches to JavaFX 19.

JavaFX Links of December 2022

If anyone needs a reminder Java and JavaFX are “alive and kicking”, you can not only check out jfx-central.com, but also the list below. Although I’m trying to get of Twitter - for my own mental health 🙂 - I’m still being flooded with amazing content. Here is the result of the #LinksOfTheWeek that were published on jfx-central.

JavaFX Links of November 2022

Time flies when having fun… So here we are again, another month has passed and this is a summary of the Links Of The Week that were published on jfx-central.com during November. JavaFX Core We already shared here that Oracle will also be distributing JavaFX builds, and you can see the announcement they did at JavaOne here.

JavaFX Links of October 2022

When I (re)started the JavaFX Links Of The Week on jfx-central.com in September, I was wondering if there would be enough material to share every week. But that was a stupid mistake as you can see below in the summary of what happened in October… 🙂 JavaFX 19 and 20 JavaFX 19 just got released a few weeks ago, but Johan Vos is already looking forward to the next one: a really-worth-mentioning improvement that will be in JavaFX 20 is the update to MarlinFX 0.

JavaFX Links of September 2022

The JavaFX links of the week are back on jfx-central.com, and here we collect the complete month for you in an excellent overview. JavaFX 19 is released On the JavaFX mailinglist this thrilling message appeared: “Create release notes for JavaFX 19.” And yes, they are available now on GitHub! If you want to keep following what’s happening inside the JavaFX community, you can suscribe to the mailinglist via mail.