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LibGDX – Demos Updated for LibGDX 1.2.0

After some prompting I have finally got around to updating my LibGDX extenstion library and associated demos. The core library has been modified to pull the LibGDX library from the default maven repository at version 1.2.0. The demos have been updated accordingly to match the adjusted API. You can find all it in the usual […]

Web: Spring 4 & Thymeleaf Hot Cache

You might have run into a problem with using Thymeleaf and Spring 4 configuration where your changes to a┬áThymeleaf template are not immediately reflected on the page after refreshing it. Quite annoying especially as it worked ok with JSP’s right? To fix it adopt the following See the bits concerned with DEFAULT_CACHE. Copy these and […]

Java – Ticket Checker Bot

Recently I was out-gunned in my ability to mash the keyboard fast enough and get past the capchas quick enough to nab myself some sought after tickets to Kate Bush in concert. There are rumours that there might be a second round of tickets released at some point. I’m not sure that’s going to turn […]

LibGDX: Noiz2-gdx Vector Shoot Em Up

I have been noticing that there are quite a few instances of my original port of Kento Chos esoteric shooter – Noiz2 available. It has made it’s way across the internet on various app stores mostly unchanged which is fine by me. A few people have added adverts. Good luck to them. Anyway, just to […]

Java: Standard RSS and UK Highways Agency RSS Pull parsers on github

I have been looking at GWT again recently and was considering trying to write a traffic application again. I wanted to generate some traffic incident data so I dug around into some old code which I had knocking around which parsed UK Highways Agency incident RSS. The parser is a pull-parser. Pull parsers are fast […]

LibGDX: Demos on Github

I have made a start on fully Mavenizing my LibGDX demos and placed them up on Github. The good news is that the core netthreads-libgdx library and the demos have been converted to use the latest version of LibGDX (0.9.9 at the time of writing). Taking the latest build from the LibGDX repo should mean […]

JavaFX: Java OSC library and JavaFX-based OSC Router

As part of my Tonome LibGDX project I decided to convert the LibGDX application to use OSC messages instead of triggering samples internally to the application. The application could broadcast OSC note on and off messages to a Puredata instance and map that down to MIDI with a Puredata script. The first part of that […]

JavaFX: Mavenize-FX – GitHub

The mavenize-fx project is now up on GitHub. This will be the new home for the project. I have left the google code site up to host executables only. You can download an executable JAR file from here. I have used the 32 bit JDK so I think it should run on any x86 based […]

JavaFX: Mavenize-FX

As part of learning JavaFX I decided to put a nice UI onto my existing ‘mavenize’ tool. This is currently a command line tool and does what it says in tin, so to speak. To find out more about this you can read the original post here. I modified the original component to allow a […]

JavaFX: Pivot and JavaFX

I have been trying out both Pivot and JavaFX as means to write a user interface for my proposed tool to route OSC messages to Midi (see previous post). Rather than jump straight in with something which needs lots of features I decided to try something simple. My mavenize tool needs a front end so […]