The Application Architectures document is now available.
I've been testing (A Smarter FXML Alternative, http://fxjs.java.net/) with the latest JDK (SE 7 Update 6), and have updated the
How many lines of Java do you need to create the following JavaFX application? (Answer: About 30, as seen in Hello World, JavaFX Style)
How many lines of Java do you need to create the following JavaFX application?
(Answer: About 30, as seen in Hello World, JavaFX Style)
The VisualLangLab API documentation now includes a Clojure companion for the existing Java client example.
Earlier versions of VisualLangLab required the user to specify an alphanumeric name for all tokens. This made it difficult to understand rules using tokens without intuitive names. A good example is the rule infixOp from a Java grammar in Figure-1 below.
VisualLangLab now has a Java7 (JDK7) grammar! Read on to find out how you can use the grammar to locate usages of the new Java7 (project coin) language features in the source-code of the Oracle JDK 7u3 itself.
A preview of the pure Java version of VisualLangLab is available here. The GUI, and other characteristics, remain virtually unchanged (see documentation), but the download is very much smaller as it does not bundle the entire Scala API.
With the release of version 6.01, VisualLangLab can support all -- present & future -- JVM languages.