Category Archives: Eclipse
I’ve had the honor to introduce DriftFX at todays JavaFX-Days conference in Zürich. What is DriftFX DriftFX is a JavaFX extension allowing you to embed native rendering engines (eg OpenGL) into the JavaFX-Scenegraph. To embed external rendering engines DriftFX exposes … Continue reading
Last week I came a cross Googles FLogger-API and I really liked it. Back in e(fx)clipse land I started to miss it but because introducing a dependency to other log-frameworks is not possible – I implemented our own fluent log … Continue reading
In the last few days I worked on the last required feature to abandon PDE and use maven (with the bnd-maven-plugin) and m2e. Does anyone reading my blog know if IntelliJ and Netbeans also have a feature like this?
In the last few days I made a major step towards supporting all major Java-IDEs (Eclipse, Netbeans, IntelliJ IDEA) to develop “e4 on JavaFX” applications. The key to this multi-IDE support is that we don’t use the MANIFEST-First approach from … Continue reading
Let me start with the statement that TestFX is somewhat the default JUnit-Testframework for JavaFX application and is what we proposed to use to all our customers and our projects until today where we introduce our own one. There are … Continue reading
e(fx)clipse has been released on June 6th but because of the high load of JavaFX projects we are working on I did not have time to write the public release announcement. In total we have worked on ~100 tickets most … Continue reading
When developing UI-Application a very frequent task is to synchronizes yourself back from an worker-thread to the UI-Thread schedule task to run in the future Block the program flow and wait for a condition being met (in SWT called spinning … Continue reading