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What I Learnt about JavaFX Today

In case you haven’t heard, JavaFX 2 is the new Desktop / web / client framework for Java. It’s had a considerable overhaul since JavaFX 1 (which was frankly not that impressive). Out has gone the custom scripting language, and instead you can write it using standard Java and an XML-based language for the actual UI presentation. So today, a ...

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Migrating from JavaFX 1.3 to JavaFX 2.0

Some days ago I finished migrating the source code of Modellus from JavaFX 1.3 script to JavaFX 2.0 java language. So I thought it would be nice to write about what I’ve learned in the process. I’d like to point out that if you want to keep using JavaFX script in JavaFX 2.0 you can use Visage: http://code.google.com/p/visage/ CustomNode class ...

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JavaOne is Rebuilding Momentum

Just finished up an extremely busy week at JavaOne and there was a lot to like about this year’s event. There were plenty of surprise announcements, lots of good content/sessions, and a lot of improvements on the venue and organization. For folks who have been patiently waiting for me to publish all my talks, I apologize for the delay… giving ...

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Sometimes in Java, One Layout Manager Is Not Enough

Most often when developing Java Swing applications, we need to use several layout managers in several nested panels. This is usually not a problem and is considered the normal practice for all UI development in almost all languages known to man. However, most often for each panel in the UI only one layout manager is needed to achieve the desired ...

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JavaFX 2.0 beta sample application and after thoughts

I had quite sometime back played around with JavaFX and had good and bad experiences using the language. With the JavaFX 2.0 beta being released I thought of giving it a try. Here, I developed a simple Geocoding application which will take the address and provides the latitude-longitude values for that location – using Google Geocoding API. I used Groovy ...

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Xuggler Tutorial: Frames Capture and Video Creation

Note: This is part of our “Xuggler Development Tutorials” series. So far in our Xuggler tutorials series we have performed an Introduction to Xuggler for Video Manipulation and we have discussed Transcoding and Media Modification. In this tutorial, we shall see how to decode video and capture frames, as well as how to create video from scratch. Let’s begin with ...

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Xuggler Tutorial: Transcoding and Media Modification

Note: This is part of our “Xuggler Development Tutorials” series. In my previous tutorial, I performed a short Introduction to Xuggler for Video Manipulation. In this part, we are going to see some more exciting capabilities provided by Xuggler and FFmpeg, like video transcoding and media modification. Don’t forget that Xuggler is a Java library that can be used to ...

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Introduction to Xuggler for Video Manipulation

Note: This is part of our “Xuggler Development Tutorials” series. With the explosion of video in the internet, developers frequently need to manipulate video content in their applications. Xuggler is a free open-source library for Java developers which can be used to uncompress, manipulate, and compress recorded or live video in real time. Xuggler uses the very powerful FFmpeg media ...

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Xuggler Development Tutorials

Hey guys, With this post I would like to introduce some new cool tutorials that are coming up at JavaCodeGeeks. They will be about media (audio/video) manipulation with Xuggler, FFmpeg and Wowza. I am going to keep track of all the related tutorials in this post. You can have a first crash on these technologies by checking Pat’s older post ...

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