FontAwesomeFX 8.0.13 comes with 40 new icons (FontAwesome 4.3.0) Many thanks to Steffen Rachner for his pull request! Download Binaries: Download Sources available at Bitbucket Maven: <dependency> <groupId>de.jensd</groupId> <artifactId>fontawesomefx</artifactId> <version>8.0.13</version> </dependency>
The JFXPanel is a component to embed JavaFX content into (legacy ;-)) Swing applications. Basically it makes it very easy to combine both tookits, but there are some pitfalls to master: Both UI Toolkits are single threaded (Swing: EDT + JavaFX: FX Platform Thread). When used together you have to deal with these two threads,Continue reading
Idea Take advantage of the declarative design pattern of JavafX/FXML and allow users to customize a certain view without any coding just by opening it with e.g. SceneBuilder to re-arrange the layout or add new controls or even change the style according to the users needs. The FXML file + CSS can be basically beContinue reading
Download latest binaries at mqttfx.org. Bugs and feature requests can be reported via the issue tracker. New in this version: Extended Scripting Features fixed issues with starting external editor to edit scripts support for subscribe/unsubscribe to Mqtt-Scripting interface Redesinged and extended Settings Dialog option to choose whether the default system editor should be use orContinue reading
I have released ShichimiFX 1.0.5. Get more info and the code from my ShichimiFX Bitbucket Repo Maven <dependency> <groupId>de.jensd</groupId> <artifactId>shichimifx</artifactId> <version>1.0.5</version> </dependency> UI for Refuel This release contains a Frontend for Refuel an application update API written by Dino Tsoumakis which is used with MQTT.fx 0.0.13.
I have released ShichimiFX 1.0.4. Get the code from my ShichimiFX Bitbucket Repo Maven <dependency> <groupId>de.jensd</groupId> <artifactId>shichimifx</artifactId> <version>1.0.4</version> </dependency> This release contains 2 new utility classes I needed for MQTT.fx‘s script editing function Desktop and Shell. By now I used to open a script for editing with the system default editor via java.awt.Desktop. So farContinue reading