CalendarFX

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19 10, 2017

CalendarFX goes Open Source

By |October 19th, 2017|CalendarFX, JavaFX|0 Comments

I am happy to announce that CalendarFX has found a new home on GitHub. As of today it is no longer a commercial product but an open source project. Over the last two years I have noticed that the developer community has resisted to use CalendarFX for their projects as the source code was not [...]

13 04, 2017

Interview on jaxenter.de

By |April 13th, 2017|CalendarFX, FlexganttFX, JavaFX, Speaking|0 Comments

I was interviewed by Hartmut Schlosser of jaxenter.de last week and this week the article was published (in German) on their website. You can find it here: https://jaxenter.de/javafx-java9-javascript-56083. The interview was embedded in the "JavaFX Sixpack" series that tries to evaluate the potential of JavaFX. Hartmut was kind enough to also include information on my two commercial JavaFX [...]

2 03, 2017

JavaFX Tip 25: Use FXSampler!

By |March 2nd, 2017|CalendarFX, FlexganttFX, JavaFX, Tips & Tricks|0 Comments

The Problem As a framework developer it is essential to have an easy way to individually test the appearance of and the interaction with each custom control. I really hate it when I first have to open five different screens before I finally get to my new control so that I can test it. Not only [...]

1 02, 2017

JavaFX Tip 24: Custom Layouts for Performance and Flexibility

By |February 1st, 2017|CalendarFX, Java, JavaFX, Tips & Tricks|0 Comments

I just finished a two month sprint on advancing CalendarFX and getting it ready for release 8.4.0. One focus of this sprint was on performance. There are many things that can influence performance but when it comes to JavaFX the number of nodes in your scenegraph and CSS styling are top candidates for optimisation. After reviewing the custom controls [...]

31 01, 2017

CalendarFX 8.4.0 Released

By |January 31st, 2017|CalendarFX, JavaFX|0 Comments

I would like to inform you that version 8.4.0 of CalendarFX has seen the light of day today. You can download it here. The first thing you will notice is the different version scheme. CalendarFX now uses the target Java version as its first number. In this case 8. With Java 9 lurking around the [...]

6 04, 2016

New CalendarFX View: MonthGridView!

By |April 6th, 2016|CalendarFX, JavaFX|5 Comments

Me and my team have recently begun work on a new view for CalendarFX with the initial goal to display a whole year in vertical columns. The name of the view is MonthGridView. As usual the goal has changed slightly while coding. The view is now capable of displaying any number of months with extra [...]

1 04, 2016

CalendarFX In Action: SkedPal!

By |April 1st, 2016|CalendarFX, JavaFX|0 Comments

If you are interested you can now see CalendarFX live in action. As of version 1.7 the AI scheduling software SkedPal has replaced their Swing-based calendar (MigCalendar) with CalendarFX 1.3 for JavaFX 8. The result is a much more consistent look and feel and user experience.    

20 03, 2016

CalendarFX 1.3 Released Today!

By |March 20th, 2016|CalendarFX, JavaFX|4 Comments

I have released a new version of CalendarFX today. Version 1.3 contains several small bug fixes, important memory leak fixes, and most importantly a big fix for correctly displaying different "first day of week" (e.g. Mondays in Germany, Sundays in the US). The new release can be downloaded as usual at http://www.calendarfx.com. Please take it for [...]

1 12, 2015

Cool: JavaFX in the Browser!

By |December 1st, 2015|CalendarFX, JavaFX|34 Comments

I had a nice long talk today with the guys from Sandec (sandec.de). They were showing me their product called "Centralized Java (CJ)". With this solution it is actually possible to run a JavaFX application in a browser (for now it works best with Chrome). The website javafx-samples.com shows several demos that are using this [...]

8 10, 2015

CalendarFX at ComponentSource

By |October 8th, 2015|CalendarFX, Java, JavaFX|0 Comments

I am very happy to say that CalendarFX is now also available for licensing via ComponentSource, a global vendor for software components. They have also been distributing FlexGantt for Swing and FlexGanttFX for JavaFX for some time now. CalendarFX page at ComponentSource