Category Archives: javafx

Multiplatform JavaFX for real – Hessian

I’ve already blogged about running JavaFX on Android and discovered that my first generation Nexus 7 is quite able to run such an application, including an animated gauge. So it is time to step up the ante and go for … Continue reading

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JFXtras: lessons learned developing in JavaFX

JFXtras is my pet open source project. I like visual things, and HTML and CSS are way to frustrating, so I’m running with JavaFX. Since 2012 I’ve been submitting controls to it, simple ones at first; the ListSpinner, then the CalendarPicker … Continue reading

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JFXMobile – first attempt follow up

The previous post contains a detailed log of my adventure in getting a JavaFX application running on Android. It highlights the initial hurdles, the amazement how easy it was once those hurdles were taken, and comes with the conclusion that I … Continue reading

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JFXMobile – first attempt

Who would not like to be able to write a single code base for desktop and mobile? I know I want to, and the applet I’m using for time registration is getting into a pinch with all the browsers dropping … Continue reading

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circle popup menu

And once you are able to layout things in a circle… Besides the CornerMenu described in the previous post, another incarnation of CircularPane is the CirclePopupMenu. It, as the name suggests, pops up a circle shaped menu on a mouse … Continue reading

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corner menu

A few months back I had the pleasure of attending the multidevice presentation by Gerrit Grunwald (@hansolo_). In this presentation he demonstrated how easy it was to port a single JavaFX code base to several devices, including Android, iOS, RasberryPi, … Continue reading

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Java 8 method references

Java 8 is finally out officially and it brings probably the biggest change to the Java platform ever; lambda’s. Lambda’s are a very powerful technology which will have major influence on the way API’s in Java will be written, but … Continue reading

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