Now that JavaFX 11 is here and a new era has begun, it’s time to take a look back and a leap forward. If you’re wondering if the “new” JavaFX is worlds away from the “old” one, keep reading because our interviewees will answer this question and more.
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we had pretty big news for the Java world with JavaFX 11 becoming generally available. We also had a new Angular v7 beta, Kotlin 1.3 RC and more!
Now that JavaFX 11 is here and a new era has begun, it’s time to take a look back and a leap forward. We invited Johan Vos, Jonathan Giles, Dirk Lemmermann and Donald Smith to weigh in on the latest release, how the community should adjust to the latest developments and more.
JavaFX 11 has arrived with a new OpenJFX community site in tow. The GA version can be downloaded by going to the openjfx.io site or by accessing javafx modules from maven central at openjfx:javafx-COMPONENT:11.
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. JDK 11 is right on our doorstep but that’s no excuse to chill! The tech world is moving fast and we ‘re in for the ride! Last week, we had some more JDK 12 updates, a new Java project from Oracle and much more!
September is a busy month; both JDK 11 and OpenJFX 11will be released shortly so everything is falling into place. Case in point, Gluon is making JavaFX available in early access for embedded devices, e.g. the Raspberry Pi.
We’re continuing our weekly programming pub quiz with JavaFX! How well do you know this popular platform for creating and deploying Java apps?
Every Monday we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was a particularly exciting one for Android enthusiasts since Google made some big announcements at its I/O conference!
Things are indeed moving forward! It’s been just a couple of months since Oracle announced they would be decoupling JavaFX from the JDK starting with JDK 11 and now the first Early Access build of standalone JavaFX SDK is here.
How has JavaFX evolved since it was announced at JavaOne in 2007? Was decoupling JavaFX from the JDK an inspired idea? In this article, Johan Vos weighs in on the news and explains why it makes perfect sense to move the development of JavaFX to an open system.
Hear ye, hear ye! Starting with JDK 11, JavaFX will be available as a separate module, decoupled from the JDK. This should encourage new contributors to engage in the open source OpenJFX community.
What is e4 and why is it different on JavaFX? In this article, Tom Schindl explains how you can develop applications and write 100% framework-free business components with e4 on JavaFX.
You might already be familiar with TestFX so you’re probably wondering why FX-Test was created. Well, you should know there are multiple reasons why the latter was created. Keep in mind that there are no releases yet.
JavaFX is now part of the Java SE 8 SDK. In this article, Java Champion Johan Vos gives us a quick overview of this essential framework and explains why you should use JavaFX instead of Swing.