Hello 👋 again
A new update to JMetro has just been released. Two new control styles were added: Titled Pane and Accordion. In addition there have also been tweaks to existing styles and bug fixes. Finally JMetro is now also available through Maven Central.
In this post I’ll go into more detail about the just release JMetro version 5.2.
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.
Hello again! Version 4.8 of JMetro Java, JavaFX theme has just been released. We’re getting close to version 5.0 which will be the next major release.
Here’s the old styles that have been completely revamped:
And the old ones that were tweaked or had changes to CSS structure:
- Table View
- List View
- Combo Box
- Rating Control
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.