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Drombler Commons: Date and Time Controls use Java SE 8 APIs

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Drombler Commons: Date and Time Controls use Java SE 8 APIs

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I recently released Drombler Commons v0.2. In this release I've upgraded the Date and Time Controls and DataRenderers, which I've released earlier this year, to use the latest version of  the new Date and Time API (JSR-310) provided by the Java SE 8 Early Access Release rather than the outdated version from the initial ThreeTen project.

In this process I've renamed some packages and classes to match the packages and classes of the new Date & Time API, which have been renamed since the last Drombler Commons release.

The aggregated Javadoc of all components can be found here: http://www.drombler.org/DromblerCommons/docs/site/0.2/apidocs/

The source code can be found here.

The components are available from Maven Central (along with the sources and javadoc artifacts). You can use the following dependencies:

For Drombler Commons - FX - Core:


For Drombler Commons - FX - Date and Time (requires Java SE 8):


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