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!

Monday Apr 21, 2008

Internal design of JavaFX sequences

This is the first part in a series of articles about JavaFX sequences. It will focus on the basic concepts of the implementation and explain some of the possibilities how to create JavaFX sequences in Java programs.[Read More]

Thursday Apr 10, 2008

The JavaFX Script compiler milestone 3 release is available

The JavaFX Script compiler milestone 3 release is available. Major features of this release include:[Read More]

Wednesday Apr 02, 2008

Refactoring a function to become a bound function

The specification for bound functions seems to be very strict at first sight. But in this article, I present a little recipe with which almost every function can be refactored to a bound function.[Read More]

Sunday Mar 30, 2008

Creating JavaFX objects in Java programs

So far, all of the examples in my previous article about how to use JavaFX objects in Java code expected the object as an input parameter. But what if you want to create a JavaFX object directly? In this article, I will describe a very simple but effective solution.[Read More]

Friday Mar 28, 2008

Using JavaFX sequences in a Java program

The last two articles were about how to pass and deal with primitive datatypes, Java objects, and JavaFX objects. This article focuses on JavaFX sequences.[Read More]

Friday Mar 21, 2008

Using JavaFX objects in Java code

As shown in the last article, passing parameters between a JavaFX script and Java code is fairly simple, if the parameters are native to the Java language. But if we want to pass a JavaFX-object, things are different. The main obstacle is the fact, that the Java compiler is not able to read JavaFX scripts directly to extract the needed information. But JavaFX objects can be shared between a JavaFX and Java code by using one of the approaches presented in this article.[Read More]

Saturday Mar 15, 2008

Writing Java code for JavaFX Script

When writing Java classes which can be used in JavaFX scripts, three factors have to be considered: how to create a Java object, how to access its members and how to pass parameters between Java and JavaFX.[Read More]
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