It’s not just the fact that the “error” message apologized three times that gets me; I wonder why the user interface offered me the choice in the first place?
This posting provides a potted history of the development of a ‘Hello Web World’ web application. It focuses on the ability to automatically build, unit and integration test the application’s […]
Should we take advantage of this once in a lifetime offer?
Mildly warm for this time of year – otherwise known as “Time to go and burn my hands on the steering wheel”.
“I would be happy if I just stayed in my office and programmed all day, to tell you the truth. That is my one real love in life is programming. […]
I have a message in my LinkedIn inbox. Yippee… [Click] Oooops… Oh well. Wonder what’s new… [Click] Double oooops…
I have a requirement to bind the size of a list to a label on the UI. When an item gets added to the list, the label showing a count […]
Take a JavafX TreeItem: TreeItem<Foo> fooTreeItem = new TreeItem<>(aFoo); Why does the API for getChildren() insist on returning a list of TreeItem<Foo>? From the API for TreeItem<T>: ObservableList<T> getChildren() // […]