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Dolphin Platform 0.8 has beed released

2016/02/04 - 10:44 in Dolphin Platform, JavaFX, Polymer

Yesterday we released version 0.8 of Dolphin Platform. The version contains several bugfixes and some new features that I want to show here. Validation I think the biggest new feature is the support of Java Bean Validation (JSR-303). For this feature we introduceĀ a…

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Dolphin Platform and Polymer

Starting with version 0.7 the Dolphin Platform JavaScript and Polymer API has been released. Now you can easily create desktop, mobile and web clients…

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Building modern web UIs with Web Components University @ Devoxx

2015/11/11 - 11:41 in Polymer, Web Frontends

On Monday Michael and did a 3 hour university about Web Components and Polymer at Devoxx. Today the Devoxx team announced that all Devoxx talks will be…

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Dolphin Platform has been released

2015/11/09 - 10:15 in Dolphin Platform, JavaFX, Polymer, Web Frontends

We planed to release the Dolphin Platform before JavaOne but the preparation of the JavaOne Voting Machines took more time then expected and we can't finish all the todos that we had to fully open source the Dolphin Platform. Since JavaOne is over for more…

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Dolphin Platform Web Frontends with Polymer

For the Dolphin Platform release we plan to offer several demos and tutorials as a starting point. Currently I'm working on a simple chat app that contains a JavaFX and a web frontend. The web frontend is done by using Google Polymer and web components. In…

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Creating an interactive application with Polymer (Part 1)

2015/09/11 - 09:49 in Polymer, Web Frontends, WebComponents

Some time ago I created my first post about web components and today I want to continue this series. In the last month I played a lot with this new technology since at Canoo we think that this will be very important for web development in the future. Therefore…

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First steps with WebComponents

2014/11/12 - 21:19 in Polymer, Web Frontends, WebComponents

I think one of the big new HTML features in the next years will be WebComponents. By using WebComponents developers can create fully-featured DOM elements as defined in the web component spec. In short this means that you can create your own HTML tags. If…