I need to share the following video on “Javapocalypse” from JavaZone. Pushing the “Undo Java” button will have huge impact. Have a look at these consequences. The following trailer highlights the importance of Java.
JavaZone 2013 takes places in Oslo at the 10th and 11th of September 2013.
JavaZone is an important meeting place for software developers in Scandinavia, and is the biggest community driven conference of its kind. JavaZone has been described as a high quality, independent conference – a leading forum for knowledge exchange for IT- professionals. All speakers are selected by the independent Program Committee. (via jz13)
What do you think about the future of the Java stack?
Dieser Beitrag beschreibt die Installation des Sun Java SDK 1.6.x on Ubuntu (Maverick). The English explanation on how to install Sun Java SDK 1.6.x can be found here.
Canonical-Partner Repositories aktivieren:
Dies geschieht unter “System” -> “Systemverwaltung” -> “Synaptic Paketverwalung”. In der Paketverwaltung finden sich die Paketquellen unter dem Menüpunkt “Einstellungen”. In den Einstellungen wechselt man auf den Reiter “Andere Software” und aktiviert dort “Canonical-Partner” bzw. “Canonical-Partner (Quelltext)”. Nach dem Klick auf “Schließen” werden die Paketlisten neu geladen.
Terminal öffnen und Java 6 JDK installieren:
$ sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk
Java Version zur Standardversion auf dem System machen:
$ sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun
Für das aktuelle Java Development Kit wird der Symlink /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun erstellt. Dieser zeigt auf die aktuell installierte Version des JDK.
user@ubuntu:~# java -version
java version "1.6.0_22"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_22-b04)
Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 17.1-b03, mixed mode)
Today I decided to post regularly interesting JavaFX links of the past week. Thanks to Jonathan Giles for his great posts on “Java Desktop Links of the Week”. The JavaFX links are just taken from Jonathan’s posts in order to build a little JavaFX news archieve on my own blog and to inform my subscribers on interesting JavaFX news.
Here are the JavaFX Links of the Week 1, February 2010:
The JavaFX tutorial has been updated to include a gentler introduction to data binding and triggers, with a new chapter devoted exclusively to “the basics”. Also, apparently there are plans to include a more advanced article discussing this topic also.
Want tabs in your JavaFX application? Well, today’s your lucky day as toumaille has posted exactly this. His tabbed pane control appears to be well thought out, and may be of use to people out there, certainly until there is an official tab control in JavaFX.
Krishna Kishore has created a JavaFX application that grows/animates flowers onto the screen. It’s a rather nice effect, and shows the power of the language given Krishna admits creating this program just to learn the language.