Get it here:
Small silent movie by me highlighting a subset of its features:
Be aware that I am using BizLaf, hence my IDE looks pretty different to the standard NetBeans IDE.
And note that Monet is far from done:
Thank you Sven you are the man!!
Getting nicer with each iteration.Now that JavaFX is a part of JDK, the next step would be to remove the requirement for a special project in order to use specific features (we don't need one for Swing).Oh and was that an Ant reference I saw in the build output?
So does this plugin add the project classpath to the emedded scenbuilder view and palette? Or in other words, if the fxml uses custom components present in the project's class path, are they recognised by the embedded viewer?
Only have one question, where can I get that netbeans laf ?
Class path integration is on my to do list... any special library or project suggestion for testing?
Try using any components from jfxtras or controlsfx in fxml in a maven project.
You are a good man
Monday, October 22
9:00 - 9:45: Moscone West - Room 2014
Delivering Mobile Apps to the Field with Oracle JET (DEV6242)
Over the last
few days, I introduced and held an Oracle JET workshop in Oslo,
earlier in the same week in Amsterdam, the week before that...
Together with my colleague JB Brock I've spent the past week in
South Africa. Last year, with Andrejus Baranovskis from Oracle