- Medusa: Gauges for JavaFX
- Plugin-Free Java Web Start
- New Java Champion Hendrik Ebbers
- New Java Champion Simone Bordet
- Java 8 Streams API
- A Look Back on Java Champions of 2015
- New Release JDK 8u71 and JDK 8u72
- Optionals: Patterns and Good Practices
- New Java Champion Rajmahendra Hegde
- New Java Champion Daniel De Luca
Wednesday Mar 18, 2015
Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Feb 13, 2013
Oracle has started to open source JavaFX, the rich client platform for Java applications. The list of open sourced projects will be growing in the next couple of weeks with an additional 7 projects. "We are also going to open source our iOS and Android implementations over the next couple of months" announced Richard Bair, architect of the JavaFX platform, in his blog.
Thursday Mar 01, 2012
By Janice J. Heiss on Mar 01, 2012
He provides an overview of the LayoutSansTearsSolution application, shows how to make use of the SceneBuilder and BorderPaneBuilder classes, and helps readers understand the behavior of resizable nodes. Weaver explains the distinction between clamped and unbounded nodes and, finally, shows how to use CSS style sheet properties to modify the layout.
From the article:
“JavaFX has very powerful features for laying out a user interface... These features enable your applications to appear the way you want them to appear, regardless of the size of the scene or the type of platform. Understanding the behavior of each type of layout class, as well as concepts such as clamped versus unbounded nodes, will go a long way toward helping you make the UI appear exactly the way you want it.”
Read the complete article here.