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Exadel has released Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse version 1.3.4. The biggest feature in this release is Organize Imports (just like in Java editor). The class for Text node is missing, pressing Ctrl+Shift+O, will display the dialog where the correct class can be selected: You can also invoke Organize Imports from the editor context menu (right-click anywhere in the editor and select Organize Imports). ... (more)

Mobile Web Apps vs. Native Apps

Web Apps vs. Native Apps is a topic that still excites readers to this day, as if it were anticipated that one side will win and the other will lose. Contrary to popular belief, the discussion doesn't need to produce a winner and a loser. Instead of classifying apps as web apps or as native apps, why not just call them mobile apps? I believe "mobile app" is a great name. Under this name there are simply two variations of mobile app that can be created: web app and native app. A web app is an HTML5, JavaScript, CSS app running in a mobile browser. Now, you might wonder, why not jus... (more)

Exadel JavaFX Studio Plug-in for Eclipse 1.0.2 Released

We have released Exadel JavaFX Studio plug-in for Eclipse version 1.0.2 . The biggest feature in this version is error markers in the editor. Previously the compiler would run and report the errors in standard Eclipse console but wouldn’t put error markers in editor. How to get started? Three easy steps (I’m assuming you already have JavaFX SDK installed. If not, download and install it from http://www.javafx.com): Download Exadel JavaFX Studio (click on Download link on the right-hand side menu Install Exadel JavaFX Studio Try this quick getting started or this. The new error mark... (more)

Enterprise JavaFX

This article is also posted on JavaLobby.com This is a guest post by Anton Polyakov. Anton is Senior Developer at Exadel, he describes our experience building a JavaFX front end for a Seam booking application. JavaFX is new tool set for developing and delivering Rich Internet Applications or RIAs. JavaFX 1.0 was released in December 2008, and JavaFX 1.2 was released in June 2009. As these new releases have rolled out, the JavaFX community has been growing fast. This growth has produced a large selection of resources, articles, blog posts, books, and extension projects. Over this... (more)

Learning JSF2: AJAX in JSF

As you probably know JSF 2 is a major upgrade over JSF 1.2. One of the major additions to this version of JSF is standard Ajax support. This article covers Ajax features in JSF 2. If you are familiar with RichFaces and specifically the a4j:support tag then learning how to use Ajax features in JSF 2 is going to be very easy. Many concepts and features are being carried over from RichFaces.  Let’s start.  JSF 2 comes with one tag that provides Ajax functionality. The tag is called f:ajax (sounds familiar to a4j:support – right?) When I do RichFaces trainings, I like to divide the c... (more)