PlotFaces Design Discussion

PlotFaces takes a different, more code based, approach to charting than other JSF libraries and as such you won’t see hundreds of attributes on the JSF chart tags. For simple charts an attribute base approach to configuration works well. For example a page author could specify the x-axis label with an attribute like this xaxislabel=”foo” and …

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PlotFaces Task List

PlotFaces is evolving quickly at the moment so rather than clutter the bug tracker with every little thing that I come across that needs fixing or improving I’m currently maintaining a list here. Once I’m happy PlotFaces is broadly feature complete and bug free I’ll switch over to using the bug tracker. Rest assured the …

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PlotFaces Introduction

PlotFaces is a suite of JSF components built on top of the excellent jqPlot JavaScript charting library. The aim of PlotFaces is to make it simple for programmers to create great looking JavaScript based charts whilst also exposing the rich set of configuration options jqPlot offers. 

JavaFX 2 with JPA 2 and Drag and Drop – Part 3

This article will cover a method that can be used to include more than one entity type in a tree (the same system will work for other widgets such as lists and tables) by using a proxy holder. The previous articles in this series covered setting up the demo application and getting started with JPA.

SampleFX Mini-Demos

I’ve taken a short break from the JavaFX and JPA series of articles because I wanted to start a new project that demonstrates common day to day tasks in JavaFX. I’ve called this project SampleFX5 and you can download it here.