Thursday Sep 24, 2009

New version of library for inverse kinematics with JavaFX Script released

Yesterday I uploaded the new version 1.2 of the library FXUtil for inverse kinematics with JavaFX Script.[Read More]

Wednesday Apr 15, 2009

Profiling JavaFX Mobile applications

Today is a great day for every developer of JavaFX Mobile applications. You wonder why? Because the JavaME SDK 3.0 was released. Congratulations to the whole team! :-)

Some people might be wondering now, JavaME SDK – JavaFX Mobile, where is the connection?

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Wednesday Mar 18, 2009

Tutorial for Inverse Kinematics Part 1 is published

Today I published the first part of the tutorial for doing inverse kinematics with the library FXUtil. It focuses on the static structure - or skeleton - of an animated object.

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Monday Mar 09, 2009

Best Practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications (Part 5)

Today's post focuses on optimizations for the core JavaFX runtime.

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Tuesday Mar 03, 2009

Best Practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications (Part 4)

The fourth part of my series about best practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications focuses on image loading.[Read More]

Sunday Mar 01, 2009

JavaOne I'm coming

Last Friday I received the official notification, that our proposal for JavaOne 2009 was accepted. Yahooooooo! There were more than 1300 submissions, anybody still believing Java is dead? :-)

I am really looking forward to meet the many, many people from the JavaFX team, with whom I have worked for such a long time. Most of them I have never met in real life. Hopefully I am also able to meet some of the readers of my blog. This will be a great chance for discussions and to learn how users see JavaFX and where we should put more focus on.

Certainly I am also looking forward to do the BOF "Spice Up Your JavaFX Mobile Applications with Rich Multimedia" with my colleague. This is a must-see for anybody who wants to do fancy stuff with audio and video on mobile phones! :-)

I'll see you at JavaOne!

Friday Feb 27, 2009

Thank you and a Tutorial-Teaser

Yesterday was probably the best day of my (admittedly short) life as a blogger. Mike's Weblog made it into the Popular Blogs section at blogs.sun.com. Today I share a little tutorial-teaser to play with.

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Thursday Feb 26, 2009

Library for Inverse Kinematics with JavaFX Script updated

I just uploaded a new version of my library for inverse kinematics with JavaFX Script. It is now compatible with the JavaFX 1.1 SDK. You can download it from www.fxutil.com.

Tuesday Feb 24, 2009

Best Practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications (Part 3)

Part 3 of my series with tips how to improve performance and reduce footprint of JavaFX Mobile applications.[Read More]

Monday Feb 23, 2009

Best Practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications (Part 2)

Part 2 of my series with tips how to improve performance and reduce footprint of JavaFX Mobile applications.
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Sunday Feb 22, 2009

Best Practices for JavaFX Mobile Applications

This is the first part of a little series about lessons we have learned while preparing the release of JavaFX Mobile and give some hints how to improve the performance of JavaFX Mobile applications.

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Tuesday Jan 20, 2009

Library for Inverse Kinematics with JavaFX Script is published

My library for inverse kinematics with JavaFX Script can be downloaded now. I created a small webpage www.fxutil.com to access the jar, the API documentation and soon one or two tutorials.[Read More]

Wednesday Jan 07, 2009

Inverse Kinematics with JavaFX Script

During our vacation we had some snow, which was nice, but not enough for skiing. That gave me enough time to work on this little library I was thinking about. It allows to use inverse kinematics to animate objects in JavaFX Script.[Read More]

Thursday Dec 25, 2008

Merry Xmas and a happy new year

Merry Xmas and a happy new year to everybody.

 I hope to be able to work on a new library for JavaFX during my vacation, which I was thinking about in the last couple of days. It's going to be a nice little thing, I think, so stayed tuned!

Friday Dec 19, 2008

Binding Java Objects in JavaFX Script

Bindings are one of the key features of the JavaFX language, because they simplify one´s life tremendously. By reducing the amount of boilerplate code, which is usually needed to keep the objects in an application in-sync, the developer can concentrate on the really important things. (You know, like a cool looking UI.) ;-)

Unfortunately Java objects do not provide this capabilities for their fields. That means the boilerplate code has to be written manually. This article will show a solution to bind properties of Java objects.

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