Since JavaFX maps closely to Java, it includes many of the UI components that were commonly used in developing Java Swing applications. Oracle’s website has a great resource for better understanding how to work with JavaFX UI components. Here is a list of the available components, see how many you recognize or have used in the past. There are a few new components that were added with JavaFX, including TreeListView and DatePicker.
- [Instructor] Since JavaFX maps closely to Java,…it includes many of the user interface components…that were commonly used in developing…JavaSwing applications.…Oracle's website shown here at this url…is a great resource for better understanding…how to work with the various JavaFX UI components.…Take a look at the list and see how many you recognize…or have used in the past.…I'm gonna scroll down a little bit.…I've use Label and Button and Radio Button,…so several of these are very familiar.…
If I scroll down a little bit more,…you'll see there's actually a few new components…that were added with JavaFX, including the Tree Table View…which is a control designed to visualize…an unlimited number of rows of data,…broken up into columns.…If I scroll down a little more, there's also a Date Picker.…The Date Picker control enables a selection…of a given day from a given calendar.…Since you're probably familiar…with many of these components,…I wanna create at least a simple example…to demonstrate how we can add the component…
- Creating FXML files
- Adding UI components and event handlers
- Defining controllers
- Creating objects with the no-args constructor
- Using factory methods to create UI objects