The JavaFX Weekly Dazzle – 2019-09-02
This is the weekly roundup of all the news, articles, links and activities in JavaFX world.
- Pedro Duque Vieira has blogged about an update to his excellent JMetro library, now with JavaFX 11 compatibility: https://pixelduke.com/2019/08/25/new-jmetro-javafx11-compatible-version/
- The ever-present Dirk Lemmermann (@dlemmermann) posted several tweets about his “vertical timeline TableView thingy” including https://t.co/ewMAd5hvah which looks great.
- Tom Schindl (@tomsontom) tweeted about the exciting project DriftFX which adds native rendering to JavaFX https://twitter.com/tomsontom/status/1166628204263723008
- Gluon posted about supporting Java/JavaFX on iOS and Android and highlights all the amazing work they have done to make this a reality: https://www.infoq.com/news/2019/08/java-ios-beta/
- Frank Delporte (@FrankDelporte) has posted part 4 on his helpful series of posts on JavaFX running on Raspberry Pi: http://webtechie.be/2019/04/01/pijava-part-4-building-a-minimal-javafx-11-application-with-maven
- Amanda Hinchman (@mvndy) has tweeted about ReactiveFX: https://github.com/ReactiveX/RxJavaFX
- jaxenter has posted its Weekly Roundup with articles on Microsoft investing in AdoptOpenJDK and the move of OpenJFX to GitHub among others: https://jaxenter.com/weekly-roundup-microsoft-java-openjfx-github-jep-161285.html
- jaxenter also posted an article focusing specifically on the migration of OpenJFX to GitHub: https://jaxenter.com/openjfx-migrate-github-follow-java-161181.html
As will always be the case, if I overlooked anyone’s tweets or posts then please use the Contact page to let me know and I’ll be sure to include them in next week’s blog.
John-Val Rose (@Rosethornian)