Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse Features

My article on Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse Features was reposted on Exadel blog. Since then we added JavaFX 1.3 support to our plug-in.

What features you want in Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse?

Tell us what features you want in Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse. It’s very easy to do, you can either enter them into Jira or the forum.

Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse with JavaFX 1.3 support

I’m happy to announce that we released Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse version 1.3 with support for newest JavaFX 1.3.

Download the plug-in and Eclipse update site: http://exadel.org/javafxplugin.

What’s new in this version: http://exadel.org/javafxplugin-releasenotes

We would love to hear you feedback. Let us know how we can improve the plug-in.

Known issues:
– Version 1.3.0 supports both JavaFX 1.3 and 1.2.x. To switch from one JavaFX version to another go to Window/Preferences/JavaFX/Installed JavaFX Runtimes and check the version you want to use. Restart Eclipse. In the next release, we will make it so you don’t have to restart Eclipse.

– When you create a new JavaFX project for the first time and click to add JavaFX SDK, the Configure button doesn’t do anything. It’s a bug. Before creating a project, go to Window/Preferences/JavaFX/Installed JavaFX Runtime and add JavaFX SDK there.

Exadel JavaFX Plug-In for Eclipse article on Javalobby.com

Exadel JavaFX Plug-In for Eclipse features article on javalobby.com.

New feature in Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse: script formatting

JavaFX script is a powerful UI language and has JSON-like format. One thing that you might need getting used to is formatting or where and how to indent and place various brackets once you go beyond just a few lines of code. If you are working with Eclipse, the good news is that Exadel JavaFX plug-in now has a code formatting feature. For example, if you typed something like this:

you can then highlight the code in editor (or just the Stage part), right-click and select Format. You will not get this:

It’s a little bit better. We understand it’s a small feature but we are going to add more in next releases. If you have an idea for a feature, please add it here or here.

Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.2.4

Today we released Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.2.4. You can see what’s new and what has been fixed in the release notes. We fixed a number of issues that were submitted by a user as well as started to add JavaFX script formatting features. As always, you can follow and provide feedback for next, 1.2.5 release here. Eclipse update site can be found here.

Exadel JavaFX plug-in on Eclipse Marketplace

Exadel JavaFX plug-in in now listed on Eclipse Market place.

Eclipse update site for Exadel JavaFX plug-in

We recently made Eclipse update site available for Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse. It’s now easier than ever to install the plug-in. Here is what you need to do.

Any questions or feature requests, please post them to the forum or Jira.

JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.2.3

We just released JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.2.3. This release comes with bug fixing and few minor features. That’s basically our plan for the near future, release often (2 weeks release cycle) with bug fixing and minor features. If there is anything you want us to add, please put it on the forum or project Jira.

JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse: suggest features, try nightly builds

With the launch of exadel.org, it’s now very easy to try nightly builds of JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse, and view and submit new bugs. Using Jira (or the forum), you can tell us what features you would like to see in JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse. Our plan is to have a very short release cycle, around 2 weeks. We will fix bugs and add a few minor features each release. Let us know what features you would like to see!