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Programming

I was doing some JavaFX hacking, and I had to create a sequence initially full of zeros. How can you do that? There's apparently only one way: <p>var bits = for (i in [1..64]) (0 as Long);</p> Problems: First, I need a loop - OK, a comprehension - to initialize the sequence. There is no syntax, no API helper or type constructor, that directly expresses "Long[] with N elements...
on Jun 18, 2010
In my last attempt to stress the JavaFX platform, I ported the Strange Attractor demo/benchmark. Different from JavaFX Balls, this is not scenegraph-driven animation, but old-school "pixel by pixel" drawing… still, makes for another batch of interesting findings, including a few issues in the JavaFX Script language and its compiler, and other topics like fractal maths, BigDecimal...
on Oct 29, 2009

GUI

Performance: JavaFX Balls As soon as I've got JavaFX 1.3 and NetBeans 6.9-beta, first thing I did was obviously running benchmarks, and the new update delivers on its promise. Let's first check JavaFX Balls (port of Bubblemark). I've last reported results for 1.2 here; but scores for 1.2 are updated again to account for changes in my test system, remarkably the JDK (now 6u21-ea-b03). Test...
on May 3, 2010