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Tower Defense in JavaFX (6)

So we’re at part 6 of this tutorial already, and the game has come a long way in the meantime. In this part we’ll finally add a Layer that shows the score, the number of Enemies ...
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Tower Defense in JavaFX (5)

This is part 5 of this ongoing tutorial on creating a Tower Defense Game in JavaFX using the FXGameEngine. The enemies now fly on their attack path to the target, and the Turrets aim ...
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Java 8 Released! — Lambdas Tutorial

To celebrate the release of Java 8 which was released just minutes ago, I am publishing a draft version of my Java 8 Lambdas Tutorial.  It is a nice visual way to learn the Streams ...
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Tower Defense in JavaFX (4)

Ok, so far we’ve created a TileMap, displayed it on screen and made it editable in the first part. In the second part we implemented calculation of the attack path using the A* algorithm ...
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Something to hide? You need HiddenSidesPane

One of my Gantt chart users wanted to use as much real estate on the screen as possible and asked if the scrollbars could be removed. But how do you navigate without scrollbars? Ok, ...
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JavaFX Custom Control – Nest Thermostat Part 3

Hi, after some discussions with my colleagues, I decided today to show that the css approach is not the only one that can be used to create a custom control. Of course it allows to ...
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JavaFX Custom Control – Nest Thermostat Part 2

I’ts been a while since I started to create the Nest thermostat FX custom control ! So last time, as suggested by Gerrit Grunwald I took some time to reproduce the Nest thermostat ...
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More Units with MoreUnit

Just over a year ago I wrote a post about working with JUnit in Eclipse. One of the commenters recommended MoreUnit in order to increase testing efficiency even more. Giving it a try ...
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JavaFX Custom Control – Nest Thermostat Part 1

Tow weeks ago, I decided to spend some time watching some of the JavaOne talks about JavaFX, thanks to this excellent post from Hendrik Ebbers. I have to say I’ve learned so much ...
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Java, the Steam controller and me

Do you ever wondered if you could use existing stuff for something new? I saw some footage of the so-called ‘Steam controller’ (SC from now on) and looked at my game pad. ...
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