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Category Archives: JavaFX

Sprite animations using WPF/Silverlight and JavaFX

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Usually when you begin to write any sort of application that requires visual flare, animations are always on the

Switch worlds from JavaFX to WPF and the designer workflow

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As some of you may be aware, for a long time I have been eagerly following JavaFX. Playing with it, getting involved in the

JavaFX and RSS cont…

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Just a quick note to say that my RSS Feed Example as fully documented here, is now posted as a full loaded sample on the

JavaFX and RSS

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JavaFX is known to be a rich media platform, for use in creating a rich interface for the end user, but when you think of

Updated SpaceMissionFX to JavaFX 1.2

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"Some" of you may know of the SpaceMissionFX game that I wrote a while back to get familiar with JavaFX.Well that was

JavaFX Graphing and Charting with Hudson pt 2

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In my last post on building some bar charts with the data gathered from the Hudson REST api,

JavaFX Graphing and Charting with Hudson

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With the release of JavaFX 1.2, came a whole heap of API changes and new features.Some of these new features include the

Make a rectangle grow backwards in JavaFX

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I came across a small issue when I was developing some home projects that I've got going (namely JFXtras) and I wanted to

JFXtras

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I have joined a great open source project focused on creating great UI based widgets for JavaFX, its called "JFXtras" and

JFXGraph code sample

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G'Day.In this post, I will demonstrate with code samples, just how a developer would use the JFXGraph application.Note:I