Finally! After one and a half years of on and off development work on CalendarFX I finally managed to wrap it up today and to make it available for download and licensing. If you want to take it for a spin simply visit http://www.calendarfx.com and download the distribution. The download is feature complete and only requires [...]
The second real-world JavaFX application that I was involved with was developed by MINT Software Systems, a company located in Kiel, Germany. The focus of their application is on training and resource management for companies in the aviation industry (airlines). MINT is actually the reason why I got involved in JavaFX development. In early 2013 they asked [...]
I have the privilege to present several JavaFX Real-World Apps at JavaOne this year together with Alexander Casall, who works for Saxonia Systems in Dresden. In preparation of this talk we sent out a questionnaire to our customers and partners and asked them a few questions related to their project, their application, and their use [...]
FlexGanttFX now has its own website at flexganttfx.com. It includes a download for the latest early access release, javadocs, videos, support, etc...
My JavaFX developer life currently has a strong focus on the popover control I wrote and contributed to the ControlsFX project. I now find use cases for it all over the place. The latest addition is a task monitor control for the JavaFX version of FlexGantt. The monitor lists the background tasks that are running [...]
I finally managed to release a first version of Collapp, a solution for collaborative project planning, and now I am looking for testers / early adopters. I have been working on it on and off for the last couple of years. In part to learn more about JEE and in part to continue work on [...]
How Java Webstart fails once again ... after all these years.