Hi, version 5.6 of JMetro has just came out and this post will highlighted the major changes.
This release was mostly about perfecting and tweaking styles that already existed in JMetro with a couple addition of styles that didn’t exist.
Keep on reading to get the details.
Version 5.5 of JMetro has just been released. A big update with several added bug fixes, styles and features.
A new theme tester sample app has also been added to the samples subproject, which tests several things like for example alignment between controls.
I’ll try to keep this post short as I don’t have much time, right now, to blog, I also prefer wasting my time coding 🙂 .
Keep on reading to get the details of this new version.
Another version of JMetro has just been released. This time version 5.3. With this version a few new styles were added for controls that didn’t have them yet. Also some older styles were tweaked and some bugs were fixed.
I’ll also show some of the big companies that are using JMetro. Names like Google, Amazon, etc.
Here are the styles that were added:
- Tree Table View
- Menu Button
Next, I’ll go into more detail about this version.
Version 5 of Java, JavaFX theme JMetro, has just been released.
Here’s what’s new in this version:
- New Text Area light and dark style;
- A handful of changes to existing control styles;
- New CSS variable called accent_color. That as the name suggests, allows you to define the accent color used in JMetro’s controls;
- A big refactor has been made that has simplified and removed duplicate CSS code.
In this post I’ll go into the details of this new version.