Blog of Frank Delporte
The Raspberry Pi in combination with an inexpensive touch screen, makes a perfect controller for a machine or game console.
In a previous post “Getting Started with FXGL Game Development” we already have taken a look at the FXGL game development framework developed by Almas Baimagambetov.
Are you a serious Java-developer looking for a fun project? Or want to learn something completely new and use your Java-knowledge to control electronic components?
Today I could give my talk “Having fun with Java and JavaFX on the Raspberry Pi” at the JFXDays.
Building native applications for all PC and mobile platforms from a single JavaFX project with Gluon Mobile and GitHub Actions
The post “Starting a JavaFX Project with Gluon Tools” shows you how to start a Gluon Mobile Multiview project with a few clicks in IntelliJ IDEA thanks to the “Gluon plugin”.
On foojay.io you can already find two posts by Carl Dea to get you started with JavaFX:
Today I had my first Devoxx talk, after my Java virtual talk a few weeks ago at the “Oracle Groundbreakers APAC Virtual Tour 2020” conference (21/10)!
Confused about the release cycles of OpenJDK and OpenJFX and the relationship between them?
After my virtual conference talk “Java and JavaFX on the Raspberry Pi” at the “Oracle Groundbreakers APAC Virtual Tour 2020”, I got in touch with some people who were working on JavaFX 3D in the past, and were curious how that would behave on the Raspberry Pi.
Yesterday evening Ubuntu announced the release of Ubuntu 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” with desktop support for the Raspberry Pi 4 (4 and 8Gb).