New Leonardo Sketch Release: Ruby Red Remixed
Josh Marinacci has announced that a new version of Leonardo Sketch is now available: Ruby Red Remixed. Leonardo is:
an open source vector drawing program named after the 15th century painter, but aimed for the 21st century user. It focuses on common tasks like mockups, prototyping, quick vector sketches, and presentations with a clean and consistent user interface. Leo is designed to be augmented by internet webservices and plugins created in several scripting languages.
Ruby Red Remixed is an interim release along the path to the next major Leonardo release, Glowing Green. The release was pushed out to make the recent progress on the Leonardo platform available to the community, within the context of a formal, stable version. Ruby Red Revisited includes "tons of bug fixes," as well as many significant new features.
Key new features include:
- Infinite Canvas: The canvas will automatically grow as you add new objects to your drawing, even if they are beyond the edges of the document. Never run out of space again.
- Draggable guidelines: create guidelines by dragging them out from the ruler. Objects will snap to them automatically.
- Flickr upload support: Now you can upload your creations directly to Flickr as well as Twitter.
- Improved SVG Import: Lots of Illustrator symbols can be imported now by exporting them as SVG from Illustrator.
- New Rectangle UI: set rectangle corner radius and gradients directly with handles instead of with a palette. Much easier to use.
- Improved translations, including Japanese. Edit or create new translations easily using the debug menu in the preferences.
JUG Chennai (India) celebrated the New Year with Java User Group - Chennai JUGChennai Unconference meet, 1st January 2011 at Adams Studio India:
Agenda: JVM Langauges – Rajmahendra. * 10:10AM Program started with Devraj talk on Flex and Java; * 10:30AM Talk on JVM Langauges. Why JVM Languages, Idea behind, Pros and Cons,Different types of Languages and introduction Gorrvy, Scala, JRuby, Fantom. JavaFX Script; * 11:30AM Product of JVM Languages Grails,Gradle, Lift, Tales; * 12:30PM Grails and Grails Demo...
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Jean-François Bonbhel announces JCertif 2011 the biggest Java Community Event in Central Africa ! Save the dates : 27-28 August 2011 -
Hi All, I'll like to let you know the dates of JCertif 2011 the biggest Java Community Event in Africa. About 800+ attendees from many countries.
We will be happy to have you as Speaker on Developer Tools, Java, Open Source, Mobile Apps...or Business solutions. tools. Still hesitating to join JCertif 2011 ? See The past event : JCertif 2010 and this blog post...
Our latest java.net href="http://www.java.net/archive/spotlight">Spotlight is Micha Kops' latest article, Enterprise Java Bean / EJB 3.1 Testing using Maven and embedded Glassfish:
Are you playing around with the shiny new 3.1 EJBs? Using Maven for your Java projects? Need an easy way to write and execute tests for your EJBs that depends on an Java Application Server? No problem using Maven Archetypes, the Maven EJB Plugin and the GlassFish embedded Application Container...
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