With the launch of exadel.org, we also made a new version of JavaFX plug-in available, version 1.2.2. Download the new version here.
In addition to bug fixing, it has the following new features:
- New JavaFX Script Wizard
- Outline View with navigation
As we have been promising, the plug-in is now open source (under GPL). You can download the sources, access project Jira and post questions and comments to new forum all from www.exadel.org.
Several members of the RichFaces and JBoss Tools teams will be presenting at the Modern Java Technologies Workshop in Minsk, Belarus. From the RichFaces team Nick Belaevski and Ilya Shaikovsky will be discussing Java Server Faces 2.0, and then two topics on RichFaces 3.3.X and 4.0.X.
More information (more information in Russian).
To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
New version of Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse is now available. There are a number of small features and bug fixes. We’re still working on a new internal platform with full easy-to-use services for open source management to host our open source projects. The JavaFX plug-in will be the first to go up on the new open source site, but in the meantime we are still developing it internally.
Great blog post by Tom Eugelink from JFXtras project on how to use Exadel’s JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse to develop JFXtras.
We kept kind of quite but Exadel has released JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.2. This version is now open source under GPL v2.0. Registration is no longer required to download. We are in the process of launching new site where this plug-in and other open source projects will be hosted.
Download the plug-in (registration is no longer required). The plug-in works with JavaFX 1.2 and 1.2.1.
- Open source release under GPL v2.0
- Issue with multi-project support
- Issue with JavaFX compiler. Some required libraries were missing in the
- Issue with setup of default JavaFX run-time for workspace
First screen shot of JavaFX visual designer in JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse. It’s too early to say when it’s going to be released, but as you can see we are working on it. You will soon be able to try nightly builds as we are making the plug-in open source.