JavaFX - FPS Meter


One of my previous post mentioned about way to specify Z-Order for JavaFX Nodes. Just thought of putting this approach to use in a carousel. There are lots of interesting samples available at shinedraw.com - Flash vs Silverlight Repository. Below is JavaFX port of FPS-Meter..



To launch click on above image or Click to add more images.

Note: The icons used in this sample are from MouseRunner.com licensed under the Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported.

I did some monitoring with JConsole. It was giving consistent 60 fps for 50 nodes with average 13% CPU usage. JConsole details available here. I'll leave it to experts to come up with proper conclusion...

Launch JavaFX FPS Meter. Start JConsole and select the process
- com.sun.javafx.runtime.Main javafxfpsmeter.Main -
from "Local Process" list.

System Information:

  • JavaFX: 1.2.1 (public)
  • JavaSE: 1.6.0_16
  • OS: Windows Vista
  • Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7300 @ 2.00GHz
  • Memory (RAM): 1.00 GB
  • Display: NVIDIA Quadro NVS

There is significant performance improvement done in different components of JavaFX for next release.. Stay tuned.. I will share the statistics with exactly same test and same system so as to compare the improvement..

Please try it out and share your information and thoughts..


<script type="text/javascript">var dzone_style = '2';</script> <script language="javascript" src="/rakeshmenonp/resource/JavaFXFPSMeter/zoneit.js"></script>

Comments:

so when will the new javafx version released?
we are still waiting for native combobox for a year

Posted by daniel on November 09, 2009 at 06:54 AM IST #

@daniel I'm not authorized to specify any dates, so for time being I can only redirect you to http://blogs.sun.com/rakeshmenonp/entry/javafx_combobox and http://jfxtras.org/portal/core/-/wiki/JFXtras/XPicker. Hope it helps..

Posted by Rakesh Menon on November 09, 2009 at 07:06 AM IST #

@rakesh
it would be very nice to have an official blog about javafx roadmap-what we will have, and when.. etc
btw, thank you very much for your javafx posts & links, they are very helpful

Posted by daniel on November 09, 2009 at 07:40 AM IST #

@daniel Information related to Bugs/RFE is available in JIRA, I think you can get access to it. If not, can you try partner program, entry level is free

http://javafx.com/partners/learn.jsp
http://javafx-jira.kenai.com/secure/Dashboard.jspa

Posted by Rakesh Menon on November 10, 2009 at 01:08 AM IST #

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