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Author Archives: Felix Kugel
Zonski (the Zen Java guy) continues hacking the JavaFX Maven plugin, and is requesting feedback for the 2.0 Alpha version! Links: Alpha feedback request JavaFX Maven plugin documentation
JavaFX does not run on iOS out of the box. One of the approaches to run JavaFX on iOS is based on an AOT compiler like RoboVM. Niklas Therning managed to port a JavaFX (OpenJFX) application to iOS using RoboVM: http://blog.robovm.org/2013/05/javafx-openjfx-on-ios-using-robovm.html
Zonski (Zen Java) just released version 1.5 of his really nice JavaFX Maven plugin. You can use it to go from Zero To JavaFX In 5 Minutes (beware of the older version number in the post!). You further could re-use Zonski’s archetypes … Continue reading
In a recent post, Richard Bair told that a lot more JavaFX code has just been handed over to the OpenJFX Community. He announced more (“glass, image I/O, and much of prism”) to come “within the next two weeks”, followed by the remainder of prism, … Continue reading
Arquillian is a container-oriented testing platform from the JBoss Community. It helps to separate test logic from deployment and container lifecycle concerns in order to achieve easy and fast integration tests. It works with JUnit and TestNG, Maven, Ant (+Ivy) and Gradle.
Embedding data / metadata in HTML opens traditional Web 2.0 development to Web 3.0 (aka semantic) technologies. Well-defined terminologies in form of vocabularies (such as Dublin Core) or full-featured Ontologies (which can be constructed using meta languages such as RDF … Continue reading
Atlassian released the web testing tool Bonfire 1.0 for “rapid agile testing”. Atlassian Bonfire is a browser extension for JIRA designed to rapidly capture comprehensive bug reports when testing web applications. (Atlassian) Key features: In-application bug reports: submitting comprehensive bug reports via … Continue reading