Lib-FXML allows the developer to load JavaFX relevant files (.fxml, .css, .properties)
and connect them to a controller (called the presenter).
Adam Bien's GitHub project afterburner.fx has not been developed for over 3 years (in 2018).
So I'm going to develop my own lightweight implementation of afterburner.fx for my own
Finally, I want to make it clear that I did not just copy the source code from Adam, but used the conventions, ideas of afterburner.fx for my own implementation.
In this chapter, the interested developer can find out about all the conventions
in the library
Lib-FXML have many nice features which simplify the developers task to
store and access simple data in a Java(FX) application:
Image: JavaDoc Lib-FXML v0.2.0-PRERELEASE TODO
0.2.0-PRERELEASE. Main points in this release are:
- Extend the api from Lib-FXML with more methods, tests and internal validations.
- Prepare the documentation for the future releases.
- Release v0.2.0-PRERELEASE (02.24.2019 / MM.dd.yyyy)
overview about all existings releases can be found here:
- Overview from all releases in Lib-FXML.
In the library following dependencies are registered:
- The library lib-logger-0.6.0.jar.
- If not installed download the JRE 8 or the JDK 8.
- Choose your preferred IDE (e.g. NetBeans, Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA) for development.
- Download or clone Lib-FXML.
- Download or clone Lib-Logger.
- Open the projects in your IDE and run them.
- If you find a
BugI will be glad if you could report an Issue.
- If you want to contribute to the project plz fork the project and do a Pull Request.