Wednesday Sep 01, 2010

TechCast Live: NetBeans IDE 6.9 - JavaFX Composer and OSGi

A little bit late but here is it - TechCast Live: NetBeans IDE 6.9 - JavaFX Composer and OSGi. I did the demo of JavaFX Composer - it shows how to use Ai to adjust existing image, JavaFX Production Suite to export the image as fxd (vector graphics format which can be consumed by JavaFX) and NetBeans JavaFX Composer to make an animated application. Skip to about 6:10 for the demo.

TechCast Live

NetBeans 6.10 M1 available

NetBeans 6.10 M1 is available for download.  JavaFX Composer Data Sources have been significantly improved in NetBeans 6.10 M1
  • The API has been re-written (old API is still available for compatibility reason)
  • Improved Query Language
  • New Data-sources aware components based on original JavaFX 1.3.1 components. Use of new components makes the whole developer workflow more intuitive and faster
  • Write support - it is possible to generate read-write forms and save the data back to the date provider
  • Data validation support
  • Updated samples
Form Design

Read the full story here:
http://wiki.netbeans.org/JavaFXComposerNewInM8

8 Milestones!

8 Milestones of JavaFX Composer so far! Since M3 all public, M5 was the first milestone included in the official NetBeans distribution (6.9 Beta). Thank to all members of the team.

Friday Apr 23, 2010

Thursday Apr 22, 2010

NetBeans 6.9 Beta has been released!

Since NetBeans 6.9 Beta, JavaFX Composer is a part of official NetBeans distribution. There have been significant improvements in JavaFX Composer since Preview 2.

  • Support for JavaFX 1.3 
  • More components
  • DataSources Query Language
  • Support for JavaFX Production Suite (FXD/FXZ formats)
  • Many usability improvements

Read more in What's new in JavaFX Composer in NetBeans 6.9 Beta.

Read more about NetBeans 6.9 Beta and download from netbeans.org.


Tuesday Feb 23, 2010

Designing even "small" components

A while ago I blogged about small problem in JavaFX Composer Preview1. That was solved in the Preview2 (of course). If you want to edit the "scaled" components you can dive into it. The JavaFX Composer will then show the particular container. Zoomed.

A picture is worth thousand words...

So we have to zoom in...

and we can zoom in even more

Double click the container to zoom in. For zoom out, use the hyperlinks in title bar of the Design area.

Tuesday Feb 16, 2010

JavaFX Composer Preview

NetBeans JavaFX Composer Preview 2 has just been released. It is a plug-in for NetBeans IDE 6.8, available through NetBeans Update Center:

  • Visual editor for a form-like UI using components in JavaFX 1.2.1 SDK
  • Dynamic design editing based on states
  • Data access to Web Services, databases and local storages
  • Support for JavaFX binding
  • Simple animation editor
  • Multi-screen-size editing

 It is our second public milestone, there are few improvements comparing to the first preview - better animation support, graphics shapes, improved data sources, experimental charts support, etc.

Visit JavaFX Composer home page for more information - http://wiki.netbeans.org/JavaFXComposer.



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