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JavaFX and Swing, Freelancer and Consultant specialized in creating User Interfaces. Has been working as a front end consultant and has been developing web, native and cross platform since 2006. Holder of a master degree in Computer Science, he's permanently studying and taking courses in User Interface Design and User Experience. Owner of the software company Pixel Duke.

JMetro “Metro” Tab, TreeView And ContextMenu For Java (JavaFX)

I’ve just released a new update for JMetro, bumping the version up to 3.3.0.

In this update you’ll find:

  • New TreeView Fluent Design System (‘Metro’) inspired style;
  • New Tabs and TabPane FDS inspired style;
  • New Context Menu dark FDS inspired style and retouch of light style.

JMetro version 3.3.0 details

TreeView JMetro style

The following animations show the new TreeView JMetro style:

TreeView JMetro light style

TreeView JMetro light style

TreeView JMetro dark style

TreeView JMetro dark style

Tabs and TabPane JMetro style

A new JMetro style has been added for Tabs (and TabPane):

Tab JMetro light style

Tab JMetro light style

Tab JMetro dark style

Tab JMetro dark style

ContextMenu dark style and light style update

Before this JMetro version the dark and light style of the Context Menu looked the same:

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Context Menu – JMetro theme before version 3.3.0

With version 3.3.0, a dark theme has been added, and the light theme has been retouched, and made slightly more compact:

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ContextMenu JMetro light theme

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ContextMenu JMetro dark theme

Conclusion

That’s it for this post. 3 new styles have been added/retouched: TreeView, Tabs and ContextMenu. Follow me on twitter and subscribe to this blog if you want to stay up-to-date on the latest news. I’ll update the documentation in the next coming days.

Here’s what I have planned next for JMetro:

  • Retouch Radio Button style;
  • Add JMetro style for Menus;
  • Retouch Toggle Switch style;
  • Add capability to easily change colors of JMetro style;
  • Etc..
Published on Java Code Geeks with permission by Pedro Duque Vieira, partner at our JCG program. See the original article here: JMetro “Metro” Tab, TreeView And ContextMenu For Java (JavaFX)

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