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JavaFX Tip 14: StackPane Children - Hidden But Not Gone

Another short tip: Swing provides a layout manager called CardLayout, which manages a set of components (cards) inside a container but always only shows one of them. 126 more words

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JavaFX Tip 13: Study Modena CSS File

This is the easiest and shortest tip so far. If you want to do any of the following things:

  • learn how to use CSS
  • make your custom controls look like the standard controls…
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e(fx)clipse 1.0 released

The release

I’m happy to announce the 1.0 release of e(fx)clipse tooling and runtime. I’ve already introduced the most interesting new features in the last 2 weeks… 369 more words

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dlemmermann reblogged this on Pixel Perfect and commented:

Essential tools for any JavaFX developer.

Monitoring Real-Time Commodity Prices using JavaFX, NetBeans RCP, and Camel

Zoi Capital is a commodity investment firm which trades in the commodity futures markets on behalf of clients, with offices in New York and Seattle. We needed an application which could display the commodities we were currently holding as well as show any open profit/loss of our trades in real-time. 660 more words

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ThreeDOM: SceneBuilder in liberty and in 3D!

My summer Experiment!

As a first project to learn JavaFX 3D APIs, I’ve chosen to implement this fancy feature, inspired from FireFox.

So, please welcome,  182 more words

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Adding a Custom JavaFX Component to Scene Builder 2.0 (Part 2)

In a previous post I demonstrated how to add a custom component to Scene Builder 2.0 which was basically a short cut for copying & pasting FXML from the custom component into the FXML of the UI control which contained the component. 1,282 more words

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