In preparation for the JavaOne 2014 Session my 7″ touch screen from Chalk-Elec finally found a new home. I bought a 1 mm sheet of aluminium and treated it with my jig saw and a rasp and folded a triangle stand for the screen. Basically there would be room enough for e.g. a Rapsberry Pi… Continue Reading “PiMac unibody” or a new home for my touch screen
The recently released NetBeans 8 holds a great gift for all Java Embedded Developers: Build-in support for Remote Java Standard Edition platform. To introduce this great and handy feature I created some screencasts: Part1: headless Part2: JavaFX on Pi Part 3 – Remote Platform Debugging José Pereda has also blogged about this feature in action:… Continue Reading NetBeans 8 – Shortcut to Remote Platforms
In a former post I wrote about my trouble getting touch support up an running with my eGalax Touch Display, JavaFX and the Raspberry Pi. Today Simon gave me a hint how he solved that touch event issues with JavaFX. Many Kudos to Simon Ritter (@speakjava)! The Clue It turns out that the screen driver… Continue Reading Solved: eGalax Touch Screen issues with JavaFX (on Raspberry Pi)
[UPDATE] Solved: eGalax Touch Screen issues with JavaFX (on Raspberry Pi) Hi all, yesterday I recevied my 7″ touch screen. I immediately started to give it a try. In the end spend the night with getting it work with my RasPi. First with X11 Installed pre-configured kernel with eGalax touch screen support: Works! startx: Works!… Continue Reading JavaFX 8 embedded currently ‘untouchable’?