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Splines project now has its first incarnation within swash and the example chosen is the perfect one. In a previous blog, Tim Bourdreau asked for the difference between splines project and java.awt.GeneralPath. Here i show some of the main reasons why generalPath could not be used: Path can be changed anytime and displayers update themselves upon modification. No hassle. Modifications on paths...
on Mar 2, 2008
A bug corrected in latest netbeans 6.1 enables swash to display its animations realtime while you edit withing matisse. Great effect and good step ahead in productivity. Thanks goes to Tomas Pavek for that. Even if the bug report was a bit old, he fixed it as soon as he got his eyes on it and i admit i really waited for it. So, here is a little swik capture that shows how animated components are...
on Feb 13, 2008