In this last part, we will define styles for our frame. These styles will be shared by our border and our title pane to give to our frame decoration a look similar to the nimbus internal frame.
What if Swing deprecated tomorrow? How much butt hurt would there be and would everyone would immediately begin porting their applications to the JavaFX?
In the twilight of 2013 does JavaFX really replace Swing or are there use cases that dictate supporting Swing?
Does it even matter when more and more younger developers are forsaking Java altogether in favor of the 'Hipster Browser Flavor of the Week Framework.js'?
When At-a-Glance" (AoG) displays associated with complex data visualization aren't enough and you need something more interactive a combination of the NetBeans Platform and JavaFX again comes to the rescue. This post is Part 2 in the ongoing mini-series discussing this pattern from the perspective of a NASA MMS Ground System software operationally deployed at the Goddard Space Flight Center.
How to build a JavaFX visualization of data that must loaded dynamically while mitigating the hit to user experience. This tutorial will show you how to visually acknowledge the user with some sort of animation to let him know... "Hey I'm still here don't worry!" The following pattern is how you can easily accomplish this either from a straight Swing interop or embedded from a NetBeans Platform application.
Combining JavaFX 2.x and the NetBeans Platform has proven complementary in making some very useful "At-a-Glance" displays associated with NASA Ground System daily data product generation. The combination has proved to be a very effective pattern to extend and this post along with some following posts will explore this. Explanation, Justification and some cool screenshots will be provided.
Nowadays, You can test the admin console related to the glassfish v4, The tests set is a maven project and it use the selenium webdriver plugin and junit api. It is used to assurance the stability of the Glassfish V4's GUI as the Glassfish upgraded.
Visual Library is a library in NetBeans, which you can use in standalone Java apps, for doing beautiful, complex, animated layouts. JUNG is a library for exploring graphs of connected data. What if we put those two things together? That's what I did. The result is on GitHub.
Due to a painting regression in JXPanel for Synth-based Look and Feels, we are releasing a regression fix. The new files should appear in Maven Central soon.
After years of absence, JGoodies now is available on Maven Central again!
Release announcement for SwingX 1.6.4.
Use the new Java7 (JDK7) grammar to search the source-code of Oracle's JDK 7u3 for usages of the new Java7 "project coin" language features (strings in switch, multi-catch, try with resource, diamond, binary literals, underscores in numeric literals, ...)
Lesson learned from dealing with soft-real time data.
Information on the new SwingX 1.6.3 release.
Recently I had the privilege of writing an article for Java Tech Journal about using HTML5 Server Sent Events in a JSF 2 User Interface.
In my last blog I’ve introduced JavaFX 2.0 beta, describing an initial port of JavaFX Balls, also in beta stage at that time. Now I finally finish JavaFX Balls 3.
Look ma, no design!
I don’t pretend to be a designer, and the consequence is that when I make a mashup of animation, video and web, that’s the result. Get the source code here.
I’ve added new layers of content...
Welcome java 7 part 3 -NIO 2 JSR 203
So like the coin project, in the NIO 2 there aren't unprecedented features in this e -specification, but now it's possible do some easier work I/Os in java. With the class java.io.Files are possible to perform several operations in simple mode. For that it needs and uses the java.io.file.Path, this interface represents files and...
There are a great many sessions at JavaOne 2013 that feature JavaFX. But only one of them dared people to attend the session. That session would be "No Guts, No Glory! A Deep Dive into the Internals of JavaFX [BOF5802]", presented by Steve Northover, Kevin Rushforth, and Richard Bair (all of Oracle). At first, I was wondering if the challenge would mean I'd arrive at the session, only to find...
A preview of the pure Java version of VisualLangLab is now available. The GUI, and other characteristics, are virtually identical to the previous version, but the JAR file is very much smaller as it does not bundle the Scala API jars.