We covered quite a few topics and introduced many new items to use in your next programming challenge. It is interesting to see how Oracle has developed JavaFX to separate the UI from the underlying business logic. This approach is very beneficial for rapid prototyping and even allowing multiple programmers to contribute to the same project. Be sure to keep a close eye on future releases of Java and JavaFX to see where Oracle takes this fun programming language in the future.
- [Instructor] I really you enjoy this series…on FXML and JavaFX.…We covered quite a few topics and introduced many new items…to use in your next programming challenge.…It was interesting to see how Oracle has developed JavaFX…to separate the UI from the underlying business logic.…This approach is very beneficial for rapid prototyping,…and even allowing multiple programmers to contribute…to the same project, each working on a separate piece…of the puzzle.…I suggest keeping a close eye on future releases…of Java and JavaFX to see where Oracle is taking…this fun programming language in the future.…
If you enjoyed learning about FXML and you haven't watched…my previous series on JavaFX,…check out JavaFX for GUI Development.…My name is Peggy Fisher, and I really enjoyed creating…this series for you.…If you have other topics you would like to know more about,…let us know.…
- 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