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The Exploding Pixels blog has an entry on clean FX code formatting.
The past couple months have been incredibly busy for the Java client group. After JavaOne we started essentially from scratch writing and rewriting the JavaFX APIs and implementations to get them ready for general use.
Luan O'Carroll was gracious enough to invite me to speak at the Irish Java Technology Conference this week in Dublin. For those who will be attending, I've got quite a bit of news from the desktop team which I think you'll be quite interested in hearing. I'm speaking Thursday morning ("Swinging RIAs" talk) and also Friday morning.
So you want to file a bug against Nimbus? First, thank you very much! Jasper and I want Nimbus to be rock solid, and welcome all the bug reports we can get.
Short blog, but be sure to check out Hans Muller's talk from this past JavaPolis on the Swing Application Framework JSR (JSR 296).
It is hosted over at Parleys.com.
This is going to be a short one. To begin, be sure to read Remi Forax's blog about his refined property proposal. Read it? Good.
Properties in Java? Awesome! As with any new language feature, there has been a lot of debate over whether this is an improvement to the language, or a detriment. And of course, every language-designer-wannabe (myself included!) is pounding the pulpit, declaring the One True Way to Property bliss. Well, sit back and enjoy as I pound the pulpit.
I was just catching up with my emails, and all those blogs, and noticed that my friend Romain Guy tagged me. Now I gotta share 5 little know facts about myself. With no attempt at cleverness:
Connecting to web servers over https that have self signed certificates has always been a hassle in Swing applications. Hopefully, with some recently added code and API in the SwingX-WS project this is no longer the case.