To get the most from this training, it is important to have a solid understanding of programming fundamentais. In addition, an understanding of how to use an Integrated Development Environment is also necessary. An important new addition to JavaFX is the inclusion of some Web components such as CSS and FXML.
- [Voicover] To get the most out of this course,…there are a few things you need to know…before getting started.…If you are new to Java programming,…it would be helpful to first get comfortable…with the syntax of the core Java programming language.…This course relies heavily on the understanding…of classes and objects in Java.…If you are not comfortable with creating…new objects from classes, and invoking object methods,…I suggest starting with Foundations of Programming…Object Oriented Design with Simon Allardice.…
This course uses the…NetBeans integrated development environment.…In Up and Running with Java, I walk you through…downloading installing NetBeans,…which is a free, open source tool.…If you do not already have an IDE ready to go,…make sure to install one before continuing.…It is also important to know that this course…is designed to demonstrate coding skills…necessary to learn JavaFX,…so most of the content is going to be…active coding using the NetBeans IDE.…
- What is JavaFX?
- Creating a simple JavaFX program
- Drawing lines, shapes, and text
- Applying effects
- Adding and animating images and charts
- Customizing interfaces with CSS
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Get Started with JavaFX
2. Sample Applications
4. User Interface Components
6. Custom UIs
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