I am bucking the naming trend with my product FXMark which will be released in the next month or so. I named it in honour of the much-used 3D benchmarking software 3DMark and the name sounded better than MarkFX.
FXMark allows the user to select and benchmark a series of animations and effects on nodes which are configurable by node count, node type, animation type and effect type along with various caching modes. The animations are configured with either deterministic or non-deterministic random numbers and a report is produced detailing the impact of the selections on framerate(which is the only metric collected in v1.0 although other metrics will be gathered in the future via PulseLogger). See my blog http://justmy2bits.com for a post this weekend concerning its imminent release and the reasons why it has been delayed. Felix On 7 February 2014 06:05, Mike <mikeg...@gmail.com> wrote: > Not > Objectwheel > > But we own > fxrad.com > > Lol > > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Feb 6, 2014, at 9:20 AM, Christian Schudt <christian.sch...@gmx.de> > wrote: > > > > Hehe, funny how every project is called *****FX. Still waiting for the > YetAnotherProjectFX :-) > > > > Let's see, what I could find by a quick research: > > > > ControlsFX > > DataFX > > RedFX > > CodeAreaFX > > ReactFX > > UndoFX > > ExtFX > > ScreenFX > > TestFX > > DrawKidFX > > FontAwesomeFX > > AquaFX > > PlantUMLFX > > GroovyFX > > MonologFX > > TiddlyWikiFX > > DromblerFX > > ScalaFX > > OrbitFX > > SendGridFX > > > > > > -- > > Christian > > > > > >> Am 06.02.2014 um 18:02 schrieb Tomas Mikula: > >> > >> Hi all, > >> > >> I just published a general-purpose undo manager for JavaFX. > >> > >> https://github.com/TomasMikula/UndoFX > >> > >> I've been using it for a while in CodeAreaFX and thought it would be > useful > >> to release it separately. > >> > >> Best regards, > >> Tomas > > >