Shield4J is a Java class and Android APK obfuscator, encrypter, shrinker and merger based on a powerful and easy-to-use online service. It supports all types of most common Java applications: self-contained Main, Java Web Start (JWS), SWT, Swing/AWT, Applets, Web Servlets, JavaFX and Android - JAR, APK, DEX, WAR. It makes your code stronger against reverse-engineering and reduces the JVM and Dalvik VM class loading time and memory consumption.
A generic application framework based on the NetBeans Platform for JavaFX 2.0 application developers. It consists of NetBeans modules replacing NetBeans RCP Swing components with JavaFX equivalents. Constructs are included enabling other components to be replaced. The point is not to rewrite the world, but to change it. For example, instead of creating new filesystem folders, as the "eFX" project does, existing folders are used, but are loaded into JavaFX toolbars and JavaFX menubars.
General purpose geographical viewer component in swing and javafx. Data and API separated from the visualisation technology (Swing or JavaFX). Merger of JXMapViewer, JFXMapPanel and the AgroSense geoviewer
ITP_JAVA: A Java Community (Java User Group) located in Lima the capital city of Peru. The group focuses and promotes Java and related technology in and around Peru. It’s a group of professionals, businessmen, students who use Java in day to day life as a profession, hobby or as a job like to learn and spread the technology.
Community activity surrounding JavaFX has been steadily growing, with tweets, blog posts, and projects increasing in number. It would be great to provide a place to highlight the efforts of the community for sharing information, synergy, camaraderie, and increasing excitement about JavaFX.