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Polishing the MonologFX API

Earlier this week, I released "into the wild" a new JavaFX 2.x dialog library, MonologFX, that incorporated some elements of DialogFX and new features I'd been working on over time. While I did try to get the API to a point of reasonable completion (nothing is ever truly "finished", of course!), there was one bit of functionality that I'd included without providing any real "polish": that of the button icons.

Good friend and fellow JFXtras teammate José Pereda Llamas suggested I fix that oversight and provide an update (thanks much, José!), thus this post. If you'd like to take a peek at the new streamlined syntax, I've updated the earlier post; please click here if you'd like to review it. If you want to give MonologFX a try, just point your browser to GitHub to download the updated code and/or .jar.

All the best,
Mark

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  • guest Tuesday, November 19, 2013

    I have been using the JFXtras library since 2.2Snapshot something early. Been using it for about a year, and I'd like to get the new MonologFX functionality. What refactoring is necessary to replace the DialogFX functionality with MonologFX?


  • Mark Heckler Tuesday, November 19, 2013

    Hi Kevin,

    Very little, actually. I'm guessing that taking a quick look at the examples I posted in previous articles here for MonologFX would give you everything you need to swap out the two in a few minutes. I improved (or would like to think I did!) the functionality and i18n, plus added a few extras along the way...but my primary goal was a dead-simple dialog capability. Who wants to spend a lot of time doing dialogs in the middle of their "real" app? :-D

    The big change externally from DialogFX was probably the return values...but again, I think those are actually simpler in the end.

    Please let me know what you think, and if you do hit any walls, ping me!

    All the best,

    Mark


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