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Observable Values

Posted in JavaFX by Nikhil

Imagine a view in JavaFx which displays some user data. This data is, at any time, likely going to change. Ever wondered how the view stays updated with respect to the data it is displaying? One way is to manually set the values in the corresponding node elements every time a change occurs. But this would dramatically add to a lot of extra work , not to mention unneeded headache for the developer. The other way is to make use of whats called an ‘Observable value’.

 

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Form Elements

Posted in JavaFX by Nikhil

In the last tutorial, we learned about Layout containers and how they help us organise our view. In this tutorial, I will be covering the various UI elements and controls that JavaFx offers.

 

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Layout Containers

Posted in JavaFX by Nikhil

In the last tutorial, we learn’t about some of JavaFx’s basic terminologies and concepts. In this tutorial, we will be covering JavaFx’s Layout containers. We will start with a simple example that discuses the structure of a scene graph and then we will list down some common layout containers in JavaFx.

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Intro to JavaFX

Posted in JavaFX by Nikhil

JavaFx is a GUI framework that comes prepackaged with JDK>1.7 update 6. In this tutorial I will walk you through the basics of JavaFX .This is my first blog and I will be creating a list of tutorials on JavaFx . Here though, we will start with a basic “Hello world” example and gradually build on top of it.

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