Author Archives: Tom Schindl

Improving Min/Max performance in “e4-on-JavaFX” applications

When it comes to performance in JavaFX one of the biggest problems is that if you detach and reattach a big SceneGraph-Part you run: CSS-Pass Layout-Pass So in general one should avoid those operations as much as possible but there … Continue reading

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New SashLayout container has landed in e(fx)clipse

I just pushed a new layout-container who has a similar feature set than the JavaFX built-in SplitPane but ensures that proportions are not corrupted if you shrink the container (just watch the video below to get an idea what I … Continue reading

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Building e4 JavaFX applications with gitlab-ci and docker

We’ve decided internally sometime ago to use a self-hosted gitlab instance for our projects. To get started quickly we first only used the ticket-system and keep our jenkins-instance to do our builds which works fine but it somehow bothered me … Continue reading

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e(fx)clipse 2.4.0 & Eclipse Neon Builds available

For those who want to get an easy head start into JavaFX development with Eclipse as an IDE BestSolution provides a service many developers make use of (eg in June the IDE got downloaded 4000 times). We provide All-in-One builds … Continue reading

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Slides and Source from Munich DemoCamp on Java9

I’ve pushed the slides and source-code I used for my short introduction at the Munich Eclipse Democamp Democamp – Munich – Java9 from Tom Schindl

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e(fx)clipse 2.4.0 released

we are happy to announce that e(fx)clipse 2.4.0 has been released last week. The main working area in this release has once more been the code editor framework. Code editor framework Starting with this release we are have replacement for … Continue reading

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e(fx)clipse 2.3.0 released

Right for EclipseConNA 2016 next week we released e(fx)clipse 2.3.0. This release mainly provides features in the runtime layer. Where to get it from If you are interested in the Tooling you can: Install it into a 4.5.2 install using … Continue reading

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