JavaFX has certainly come a long way in the past 18 months or so. But, will its momentum continue to the point where it eventually displaces most other platforms that are used for developing Java client/desktop applications? Our recently completed Java.net poll asked the community for its views on the future of JavaFX. A total of 660 people cast votes...
We needed to display modal dialogs in full-screen mode. On Mac this proved to be in impossible using normal JDialogs, so we had to come up with an alternative solution.
I recently installed Java 7 on my Mac OS X system. Although the installation went smoothly, I did run into one problem
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Do you know that feeling? Something annoys you and you have to tell somebody? This is the bare reason for this blog entry. Don't read it. It is just for me to make me feel better.
When I joined my new company in January, they let my choose my weapons freely. For I've heard so much about these Apple machines and how cool they are and so far ahead of the Windows world, I was curious and ordered one...
This blog entry describes how WebSphere eXtreme Scale uses memory. This allows customers to better size how much memory they need when storing a large number of key value pairs in a grid.
As many of you may know, user interface design is a passion of mine. I want software that both looks pretty and acts well. I've had lots of ideas on the topic, often bleeding over into art and traditional design, in addition to usability. After thinking about it for a couple of years I've finally decided to create a blog dedicated to the topic: www.joshondesign.com
At Josh On Design I'll be...
After a long time of waiting for Java 6 on Mac OS X Leopard, you can get since today a developer preview over the Apple Developer Connection.
Don't forget to read the release notes, nice things in there.
First of all, this is the second and last time I will blog here about a Mac OS X only application. The first time was here, about OMiC a Apple Mail Plugin I created to co-work with people who use Microsoft Outlook and send such winmail.dat files to me.
In future, I want to blog such topics on my new blog, so if you interested in Mac OS X development, feel free to read it.
Now to the new...
Slowly, slowly, step by step...we have to be getting closer to the actual release date of Java SE 6. You know it's just right around the corner...sometime soon. So, when I got a new Mac OS X laptop a couple months ago, I didn't want to be without my favorite development platform. I immediately went up to the Apple developer site, created an account, and downloaded the latest Java SE 6.
This time for all the Mac Developer with coworkers who use Microsoft Outlook and send you mails with winmail.dat attachments...
In the meantime to my last blog about Mustang on Mac OS X Apple release three more developer previews. Today I want write about the news in DP5 which you can get here.
( 4110491 ) apple.awt.brushMetalRounded is broken for JFrames is fixed
When I remember right, brushMetalRounded come with Mac OS X 10.4, but was broken all the time. So now Java developer also can use the iTunes 5, iCal or...
Finally it is available over CVS
Weblog about the state of the nation
After struggling for a desnecessary while (and they said Mac OS X is the better platform for Java developers...) I've figured out how to install NetBeans 5.5 Enterprise Preview on Mac OS X...
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Entry posted to my new blog.
Entry posted to my new blog.
JavaFX Mobile development now also available for Mac OS!
Caveat when using NetBeans 6.7.1: After installing NetBeans 6.7.1 with JavaFX you should be able to build and run JavaFX applications on the Windows Mobile EA just fine. However, NetBeans 6.7.1 prompts you update JavaFX though the update center. Do not perform this update as there is an incompatibility between this update and the...