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    July 8th, 2015

    Dierk König discovered 7 GUIs: A Notational Usability Benchmark for GUI Programming and we thought it would be great to have an OpenDolphin implementation of it.

    For me not necessarily the notational usability aspect is important but to find a good OpenDolphin implementation.

    So far I have implemented 3 of the GUIs. In the descriptions of the examples I will explain
    how I implemented them and what I have learned while doing it.

    Some of the 7 GUIs are only concerned with UI toolkit functionality.
    Since I want to focus on the ones which are more insteresting from an OpenDolphin point of view I skipped those for now.

    For the client technology I decided to use JavaFX in a simple programmatic way but will try to find the time to do a HTML GUI in the future.

    Since github supports Asciidoctor I decided to use that format for the descriptions of the individual examples, which brings back the fun in writing and the documentation close to the code.

    When you go through the descriptions I recommend that you look at the original description of 7 GUIs: A Notational Usability Benchmark for GUI Programming.

    Here is the list of the currently implemented GUIs with their descriptions:

    Sven Ehrke, @syendar


    JavaLand 2015 | March 24-25, 2015 | Phantasialand Brühl

    March 25th, 2015

    logo_javaland Java conference with a huge fun factor: visitors of the JavaLand 2015 conference will listen to more than 100 Java talks and – as the whim takes them – step on the roller coaster. Of course, Canoo will also settle the Phantasialand. Our speakers will give talks about the issues “Frontend” and “JVM languages”:

    Further information about all conference talks can be found on the official JavaLand Website. We look forward to see you!


    W-JAX 2014 | November 3-7, 2014 | Munich

    November 7th, 2014

     

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    Our speakers Dierk König and Hendrik Ebbers will present three sessions at W-JAX 2014. Their key issues are interactivity in relation to enterprise applications and user interfaces as well as best practices for developing business applications with JavaFX.

    A two day conference pass will be enough to fully appreciate Canoo at the three day conference. Be sure to stop by.

    And incidentally, if you book your ticket by August 7, 2014, you will qualify for an early booking discount.

     

     

     

     

     


    Enterprise JavaFX | October 20, 2014 | Basel

    October 20th, 2014

    Enterprise JavaFX

    Which issues have to be considered when it comes to the development of business applications with JavaFX? This question is answered by Hendrik Ebbers during the Canoo Tech Talk “Enterprise JavaFX”.


    Date:
    Monday, October 20, 2014 (free entry)

    Program:
    17:15 arrival
    17:30 Canoo Tech Talk “Enterprise JavaFX”
    18:30 snacks & networking

    Location: Canoo Engineering AG, Kirschgartenstrasse 5, 4051 Basel

    Registration: is not required


    JavaOne 2014 | Sep 28 – Oct 2, 2014 | San Francisco

    October 2nd, 2014

     

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    Welcome on board: Andres Almiray, Dierk König, Hendrik Ebbers, Ixchel Ruiz and Michael Heinrichs. Our featured speakers will soon be seated in the plane on their way to San Francisco. Their luggage includes 16 talks for JavaOne 2014 – three more than last year. Right now all five are busy with their final preparations.

    What can you look forward to? Check out our talk overview below or take a look at our speakers’ promotional videos.

    And by the way: Andres Almiray will again be leading the JavaOne Hackergarten (last year Codegarten). The name is the only thing that has changed – as before it is a community event with open-source philosophy.

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    watch M. Heinrichs´ video

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    watch D. König´s video

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    watch H. Ebbers´ video

    Overview of our talks

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    Dierk König

    Hendrik Ebbers

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