I wrote in the past about importing a Codename One demo from github but I left the whole working with git as an open subject. Mostly because I considered it a bit out of scope for the discussion. I have a section in the free online course about the anatomy of a Codename One application which I completely forgot to upload until I wrote this!Read More
With version 3.7, we have revamped the GUI builder with a designer that allows you to position your elements precisely where you want them. The experience should be closer to what you find in graphical design applications like Photoshop rather than the more rigid "drop in the slot" approach in previous versions of the GUI builder. There are caveats to be aware of with this approach, but overall, it should empower you to build beautiful UIs with greater ease than before.Read More
Codename One 3.7, the "Write Once Run Anywhere" mobile solution for Java developers is now live!
This exciting new release brings with it a surprising new overhaul of the Codename One GUI builder which now includes support to "auto-layout" allowing developers to place components with the ease of Photoshop or Illustrator..
You know that feeling before going on stage to talk or perform. It's a knot in your stomach but also an exhilarating sense of excitement about what's to come... I've got that fidgety feeling of "can't wait to get it out" and yet I feel there is so much more to do.Read More
Thanks for all the great feedback on my last post, I got some wonderful app suggestions from some of you and some interesting questions. Overall, there were more than 100 comments and emails so I apologize if I took too long to answer some of you. I already mentioned the focus of these coming courses is to let you create apps in a more practical form: "cook book" style.
But while I talked a bit about the narrative and the course I didn't explain exactly how or why this will work effectively.