Tag Archives: Desktop Applications

How to Create Cross-Platform Desktop Apps with NW.js


via How to Create Cross-Platform Desktop Apps with NW.js | Codementor.

NW.js is an app runtime based on Chromium and node.js. You can write native apps in HTML and JavaScript with NW.js. It also lets you call Node.js modules directly from the DOM and enables a new way of writing native applications with all Web technologies.

NasvenJS core code


via nasven/nasven · GitHub.

Nasven allows developers to code Javascript applications that run on top of the Java Platform (using Nashorn engine) and that may have dependencies on Apache Maven artifacts. Developers can build pure server-side applications, shell scripts, or even JavaFX desktop applications, and any Maven dependency will be downloaded and configured in the classpath automatically.

Java JPanel example


via Java JPanel example | Examples Java Code Geeks.

JPanel is basically a virtual container that can be used to group certain components to create a user interface for Java Desktop Application. It is usually being attached to a layout (for example: GridLayout) and have it act as a consolidator of components that sticks together to form a union of programmable user interface objects. For this post, I’ll be showcasing how to initialise and use this component on your standard Java Desktop application.

Build a remote-controlled Raspberry Pi 2 monitor for your IBM Bluemix apps


via Build a remote-controlled Raspberry Pi 2 monitor for your IBM Bluemix apps.

Demystify the Internet of Things with a hands-on project that uses the IBM Internet of Things Foundation to interconnect your devices and apps. Set up a Raspberry Pi 2 to monitor uptime and access time for a running IBM Bluemix™ app, capturing the results in a graphing app that you can deploy to Bluemix. And code a desktop application that controls the Raspberry Pi 2 monitor remotely.

Video Part 1: Desktop Application with NodeJS and introspection


Video Part 2: Desktop Application with NodeJS and introspection


Driving the SVG Node Server from a Desktop Application


via Driving the SVG Node Server from a Desktop Application – The 3D Web Coder.

Yesterday, we implemented a pretty minimal Heroku-hosted node.js web server and used it to display some SVG graphics.

We implemented a little interactive form and used the following JavaScript snippet to invoke the server and submit the data entered to it: