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JavaFX Library for Inverse Kinematics 2.0

This is the first tutorial explaining the basics of javafx-ik, a library for inverse kinematics with JavaFX. The sources of the library can be downloaded from GitHub. What is a Bone ...
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JavaFX 2 with Spring

I’m going to start this one with a bold statement: I always liked Java Swing, or applets for that matter. There, I said it. If I perform some self analysis, this admiration probably ...
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JavaFX: Space Invaders in less than 175 LOC

With the current version of the API I’m at less than 175 LOC for Space Invaders. I’ve got lot’s of “Functional Interfaces” in my APIs that can be converted to Lambda Expressions ...
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Styling JavaFX Pie Chart with CSS

JavaFX provides certain colors by default when rendering charts. There are situations, however, when one wants to customize these colors. In this blog post I look at changing the colors ...
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A minimal JavaFX Presentation (in JavaFX)

If you want to do a presentation about JavaFX, it’s very handy to do the presentation itself in JavaFX. This way you can easily show your examples without leaving the presentation. ...
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JavaFX Coming Soon to an Android or iOS Device Near You?

There has been big news recently in the world of JavaFX regarding many more components of JavaFX being open sourced as advertised at JavaOne 2012. In February Open Source Update, Richard ...
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Hello GroovyFX

GroovyFX brings together two of my favorite things: Groovy and JavaFX. The main GroovyFX Project page describes GroovyFX as ‘[providing] a Groovy binding for JavaFX 2.0.’ ...
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JavaFX 2 XYCharts and Java 7 Features

One of my favorite features of JavaFX 2 is the standard charts it provides in its javafx.scene.chart package. This package provides several different types of charts out-of-the-box. ...
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Writing a Tile Engine in JavaFX

With the advent of embedded versions of JavaFX, our framework has become more interesting for game development, since we now can target small consumer devices like tablets & smartphones. ...
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XAML or JavaFx?

This a quick, subjective, unauthorative and very non-scientific comparison of building applications with XAML and with JavaFx. The comparison is based on my personal experience working ...
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