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I mentioned during my BOF at JavaOne a new component that is close to ready for moving into SwingX: JXScrollMap. Part of the way that SwingX works is that members first join the incubator project. Members contribute ideas to the incubator, flesh them out, and eventually bring them into SwingX. The incubator contains lots of stuff from really mature ideas to things that aren't. Some of the ideas...
on Sep 22, 2010
The SwingLabs BOF had a good number of attendees (more than last year I believe).  Jan and I focused the update on SwingX, but did speak about JXLayer some. We also announced the release of version 1.6.2.  As promised, I have uploaded the presentation. All in all, I think it has been a very positive convention for SwingX (so far).  I spoke about SwingLabs/SwingX at the end of...
on Sep 21, 2010
I attended "Swing Tips and Tricks: A Best Practices Approach to Swing Applications" talk today.  While the talk covered well-known ground (or what I hope should be well-known ground) for Swing developers, what struck me most was that we (developers) are too often ostriches.  Putting our heads in the sand, we move forward tackling problems as they come, forgetting that...
on Sep 20, 2010
My first session this moring at JavaOne was Deploying Java Applications on the Web.  It was quite good as it covered some of the newer techniques that have been added to the latest 1.6_x updates.  As with any good session, I walked away with some knowledge that I hadn't entered with, but what struck me the most was the legacy of JavaFX.  While JavaFX was mentioned (in passing once...
on Sep 20, 2010