Category Archives: JavaFX

JavaFX from the Trenches – JFXtras Spinner Controls

Up until now I have been happy to use the standard set of JavaFX controls in Evidentia, my commercial product written in JavaFX. However I have an enhancement in the works for which I wanted a little something extra, and … Continue reading

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JavaFX from the Trenches – Singleton Controllers

My genealogy application, Evidentia, uses a LOT of stages. Those stages are REUSED a LOT of times. In order to reuse the stages in the most efficient way possible (memory and CPU wise), I implemented the good ole Singleton design … Continue reading

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JavaFX from the Trenches – Part 2 – It’s Not Always About the Sex

Editorial Note: I wanted to be fair in writing this article, and it is not my goal to attack anyone personally. I contacted Jonathan Giles, tech lead for UI Components and let him know about the article ahead of time. … Continue reading

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JavaFX from the Trenches – Part 1 – Native Packaging

I recently released a commercial app (Evidentia) for the PC and MAC. That’s right, PC and MAC AT THE SAME TIME! In my analysis of languages I code in, Java, and by extension JavaFX2, comes the closest to a true … Continue reading

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