Monthly Archives: October 2015

Announcement: “JavaFX Jump-Start” (University Stuttgart, February 2016)

If you are enrolled at University Stuttgart and ever liked to learn how to write clean JavaFX applications, here is your chance: On Febrary 8, 2016, I will give a guest lecture at the Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems (IPVS). In this roughly … Continue reading

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REST 101 Required Course: HATEOAS (Kai TÖDTER, JavaLand 2016)

One thing most RESTful applications and / or frameworks do really miss is HATEOAS. This most hard to understand concept of the REST architectural pattern changes the way distributed applications are built fundamentally, and is hard to find in real-life … Continue reading

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JavaFX 9 Proposal: MappedList

When working with JavaFX 8 we found SortedList and FilteredList very convenient, as it is a rather daily problem we face: Customers not only want to see a list as provided by the data backend, but want to reduce the amount … Continue reading

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My Personal JavaFX 9 Wish List

Help us making JavaFX 9 really great! For about one year we are heavily using JavaFX 8 in our daily work. In the past twelve months, we enjoyed the good things like FXML, CSS, Binding Expression Language, and the pretty cool … Continue reading

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