Category Archives: java
I wrote this up for the NetRexx mailing list, but it’s a good basics article for anyone wanting to get a quick glance at Maven‘s operations.Â I’m not , I’m just giving a quick description.
The JavaFX Stage class, version 1.2 has some simple methods for dealing with focus, toBack() and toFront().Â What it is lacking is a way of setting the “always on top” property, to force the window to the front. A quick … Continue reading
I just wanted to capture the current set of podcasts I listen to. I commute two hours a day, and this set keeps me lightly stocked — Sometimes I run out for a day or two, and I rarely fall … Continue reading
Continuing the Java build systems discussion, today I want to focus on Maven, what it does well and what it does that frustrates.Â We’ll get a little taste of the minimum expectations for a new build system as well.Â Note:Â … Continue reading
We had to go through a number of steps to support the combination of Maven + OSGi + Spring + JavaFX-1.1 in our Swing-based application. This document describes all the steps and technology we’ve gone through to get it working.
Two recent posts on the java-weblog circuit spurred me to motion: Maven Adoption Curve (Alex Miller, coworker at MetaMatrix) Maven and Ivy (Ryan Senior, coworker at BJC) I was trying to think of the ideal build system.Â I won’t pretend … Continue reading