Source code for JavaFX UI controls now available on openjfx
Dr. Michael Paus
mp at jugs.org
Sat Dec 3 05:44:30 PST 2011
I am not the right person to answer this question but Richard said that
Jasper has been working
on this for a week or so and from what I have read it sounds to me as if
this could be a very
Am 03.12.2011 14:34, schrieb Roman Kennke:
>> I meant the work of Jasper Potts which Richard Bair mentioned in his post.
>> "To be honest, it wasn't until just a couple weeks back at Devoxx that
>> Jasper and I looked at each other and realized how stupid we were that
>> we didn't think of providing a custom node in the javafx.embed.swing
>> package that was capable of doing 2D graphics"
>> Could this not be the basis of your SwingView?
> Right. Is there any work done in this regard? If not, I guess that's
> more or less exactly what we did.
>> Am 03.12.2011 14:17, schrieb Roman Kennke:
>>> Hi Michael,
>>>> Before any decisions are made on this issue you might look at the following
>>>> forum post.
>>>> It is a long post. Just go to the end of it for the discussion which
>>>> started on Dec. 2nd.
>>>> I think there is an overlap of activities.
>>> Cool, didn't know it. However, I don't see any discussion or activity
>>> (in terms of code, or something) there.
>>> It looks a bit like what our BufferedImageView does: it takes a
>>> BufferedImage and renders it in a (subclass of) JavaFX ImageView. It's a
>>> very small class that's basically a frontend to some JavaFX internal API
>>> to do the conversion.
>>> The SwingView then builds on this for it's rendering.
>>> Regards, Roman
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