With this release Drombler FX as well as Drombler ACP and Drombler Commons support and require JavaFX 8/ Java SE 8.
You can find the complete list of fixed issues here: http://issues.drombler.org/milestone/0.4
There's a Getting Started page which explains how to create, build and run a Drombler FX sample application with a few simple steps.
Drombler FX uses Apache Felix as its OSGi container by default.
As an application framework it makes sure JavaFX and OSGi will get started properly and it provides the main window.
The following table provides you an overview of the different Drombler components, links to the modules, which are available from Maven Central, and links to the Javadocs.
|Drombler FX||Modules||Javadoc||Drombler FX is a modular Rich Client Platform for JavaFX based on:
|Drombler ACP||Modules||Javadoc||Drombler Abstract Client Platform (ACP) is an abstract, GUI-toolkit agnostic, modular Rich Client Platform based on:
|Drombler Commons||Modules||Javadoc||Drombler Commons is a collection of reusable libraries and frameworks. They ship with OSGi meta data but don't require an OSGi environment.|
You can use the Drombler Forum for questions and discussions.
If you find issues or have enhancement requests, you can file a ticket here: http://issues.drombler.org.