Rather than put our "application logic" in a "messy" view class, we create a separate "controller" class, with event handlers. We wish this controller class to be as neat and tidy as possible e.g. with minimal boilerplate or much else besides our application logic.
Who knows why i have a dislike for symbols like ->, => and even := ?! It's pathological, i know that, and i have an obsessive-compulsive (dis)order when it comes to code, and so be it.
Since i've hardly being doing anything very useful of late, i decided it's time to return to my potentially generally useful efforts of a year ago vis-a-vis "countries of the world" and publish something for a start, to prod myself into "completing" the task, which i was enjoying immensely before it was interrupted by some months of travel.
So i started preparing Java code which listed the
So last week i started rambling about "First Class Java." Lemme continue while i wait for my clothes to dry on the line outside, whilst i prepare myself for a wedding this afternoon, which i love, especially the eating and drinking and chatting and laughing and dancing part of it.
So i had this vague idea some weeks ago for some blog articles to keep myself amused if no one else. The idea is... to dream of a Java Refined. Not something totally different like JavaFX Script, or Scala et al, but some kind of evolution of the Java language that would be dreamy with a dollop of double-thick cream on top...
Recently i was travelling through Europe for three months without my laptop and/or its 3G wireless internet connection, sometimes cycling in the French Pyrenees, not knowing for sure if i would find a bed at the next town, after many hours in the saddle, running out of sunlight, not to mention energy.
So the "personal computer" platform with its graphics, internet et al, is converging with telephony handsets, and visa versa. It's nice. I'm trying to understand how Android changes the pace of this convergence, and how it's different to JavaFX Mobile.