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Jan Haderka

Jan Haderka is one of architects of Magnolia CMS and CEO of Czech branch of Magnolia. He has been writing software for number of years and since 1995 he has been doing so for living, working for various companies from small startups to big corporations. Jan has been also involved in number of other open source projects, most notably with Swinglabs.

 

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Get Busy now

Posted by rah003 on December 29, 2007 at 12:26 PM PST
JXBusyLabel have been in SwingX for quite while. Introduced by Josh while ago component and associated painter have provided developers with ability to enrich their applications with nice infinite progress bar component. The initial version have been bit limited - it was not possible to scale the indicator, speed have been fixed, shape and trajectory have been fixed as well.

SwingX in central maven repository

Posted by rah003 on November 28, 2007 at 12:30 AM PST

Finally, SwingX is in central maven repository.

Use following dependency definition to add it to your build:

SwingX 0.9.1 released

Posted by rah003 on November 20, 2007 at 3:59 AM PST

It is barely a month ago I have announced SwingX 0.9 release. Since then SwingX have seen renewed interest from users and some major work done on the backlog by its commiters. Due to this and due to the fact that we have managed to fix about 75 issues within last month, I'm happy to announce next release:

Log me in, log me out!

Posted by rah003 on November 2, 2007 at 8:41 AM PDT

There have been for long time open enhancement request in SwingX for notification about caps lock being switched on in JXLoginPanel. Over a time it acquired quite few votes (in comparison to your average swingx issue, not that 10 votes is much in absolute numbers) so I thought lets do this, it can't be that difficult.

Quo Vadis SwingX

Posted by rah003 on October 21, 2007 at 9:58 AM PDT

It have been quite some time since the last release of Swinglabs/SwingX. However it was not due to lack of development. SwingX have been last time released as part of much larger Swinglabs project. That was nearly two years ago.