Low latency coding techniques are designed to keep a processor core as busy as possible, executing at its full potential and so getting work done as quickly as possible.
JavaFX Links of January 2024
This is the first JavaFX LinksOfTheMonth review for 2024, an overview of the LinksOfTheWeek that got published on jfx-central.com during January.
Controlling LED Strips with Java and JBang
One of the most “fancy” electronic components is definitely… a LED strip. It’s really cool to control a long strip of lights with only a few lines of code.
JavaFX Links of December 2023
Thanks for following these updates and looking forward to more of your JavaFX work in the new year!
Creating Executables For JavaFX Applications
Let’s take a look in this article at the current state of what can be done with jpackage and GitHub Actions for JavaFX.
Strategies for Managing State in Chronicle Services
When implementing an application using a Microservice architecture, it is crucially important to be aware of the potential pitfalls of managing mutable state in components.
JavaFX Links of November 2023
Have fun with this overview of the “JavaFX LinksOfTheWeek” that got published on jfx-central.com during November.
Java for desktop applications: Tips and Tricks (Part 1)
Improve your desktop applications with easy-to-apply tips!
JavaFX Links of October 2023
Have fun with this overview of the “JavaFX LinksOfTheWeek” that got published on jfx-central.com during October.
Navigating Behaviour with Events
The practices of Event-Driven Architecture and Behaviour-Driven Development have more in common than may at first be apparent.
Foojay Podcast #31: Report of Devoxx ’23 in Belgium
The first week of October, the 20th edition of Devoxx took place in Antwerp, Belgium. I got the opportunity to walk around with a microphone and talk to visitors and speakers!