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Andreas has graduated from Computer Science and Bioinformatics at the University of Linz. During his studies he has been involved with a large number of research projects ranging from software engineering to data engineering and at least web engineering. His scientific focus includes the areas of software engineering, data engineering, web engineering and project management. He currently works as a software engineer in the IT sector where he is mainly involved with projects based on Java, Databases and Web Technologies.

JavaFX Combobox Example

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This is a JavaFX Combobox example. ComboBox is used to let a user select an item from a list of items. It is highly customizable. If you want to create a custom control that will allow users to select an item from a pop-up list, you need to inherit your control from the ComboBoxBase class.           ...

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JavaFX Datepicker Example

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This is a JavaFX DatePicker Example. A DatePicker is a combo-box style control. The user can enter a date as text or select a date from a calendar. The calendar is displayed as a pop-up for the control.                     The following table shows an overview of the whole article: Table Of ...

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JavaFX Text Example

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This is a JavaFX Text Example. We will discuss, how to create and manipulate a Text Node (e.g. Font, Size, etc.). A text node is an instance of the Text class that is used to render text. The Text class contains several properties to customize the appearance of text. The Text class and all its related classes are in the ...

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JavaFX Scene Builder Tutorial

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This is an article about the JavaFX Scene Builder. You will get a short introduction about the installation and usage of the software. The article contains also a short introduction to FXML.                       The following table shows an overview of the whole article: Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Installation ...

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JavaFX Tutorial for Beginners

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JavaFX is an open source Java-based framework for developing rich client applications. It is comparable to other frameworks on the market such as Adobe Flex and Microsoft Silverlight. JavaFX is also seen as the successor of Swing in the arena of graphical user interface (GUI) development technology in Java platform. The JavaFX library is available as a public Java application ...

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JavaFX Image Example

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This is a JavaFX Image example. JavaFX provides the Image API that lets you load and display images, and read/write raw image pixels. All classes are in the javafx.scene.image package. The API lets you: Load an image in memory Display an image as a node in a scene graph Read pixels from an image Write pixels to an image Convert ...

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JavaFX Table Example

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This is a JavaFX TableView example. The TableView is a powerful control to display and edit data in a tabular form from a data model. It consists of rows and columns. A cell is an intersection of a row and a column. Cells contain the data values. Columns have headers that describe the type of data they contain. Columns can ...

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JavaFX Layout Example

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This is a JavaFX Layout example. JavaFX contains several layout-related classes, which are the topic of discussion in this example. It is divided into the following sections: Layout Pane Group Region Pane HBox VBox LowPane BorderPane Stackpane TilePane GridPane AnchorPane Each topic contains a description of the according layout class and a simple example. The layout classes are very powerfull ...

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JavaFX TreeView Example

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This is a JavaFX TreeView example. A TreeView is a control that displays hierarchical data in a tree-like structure. Each item in a TreeView is an instance of the TreeItem class. The following example creates and displays a TreeView with different kinds of vehicles. The TreeView class is defined in the javafx.scene.control package of the JavaFX API. The following examples ...

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