This time, something different. An update to FXRibbon, Microsoft like ribbon control for Java (JavaFX).
After a issue request to make FXRibbon better prepared to be updated to Java 9, and beyond, I took the opportunity to also add some features, make some aesthetic adjustments, fix some withstanding bugs, further clean up the project, and overall polish it.
The end result is version 1.2 which I’ll go into detail in this blog post.
As promised, the just released Java, JavaFX theme JMetro version 4.6 brings a new style for the Progress Bar.
The Progress Bar has two possible states: determinate and indeterminate and the new JMetro version has different styles for these two. In this post I’ll also go into a few details about some API design principles I abide by in JMetro.
I’ve just released version 4.5 of Java, JavaFX theme JMetro. This version adds new styles for the Text Field and Password Field. Inspired, as usual, by Fluent Design.
In this post I’m going to go over the details about this new release.
This weekend, during my spare time, I’ve continued work on JMetro. The end result is a new Button and ToggleButton dark and light style. These new styles include a new animation when the button is pressed. Which can be turned on and off through CSS.
Finally I’ve quickly tweaked the Tooltip style.
This bumps up JMetro version number to 4.4. In this post I’m going to go into the details of this new version.