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The JavaFX Concurrent Framework

This is an article about the JavaFX Concurrent Framework API. Java 5 added a comprehensive concurrency framework to the Java programming language through the libraries in the java.util.concurrent package. The JavaFX Concurrency Framework is very small. It is built on top of the Java language Concurrency Framework keeping in mind that it will be used in a GUI environment.   ...

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JavaFX Concurrency Example

This is a JavaFX Concurrency Example. Java GUI applications are inherently multithreaded. Multiple threads perform different tasks to keep the UI in sync with the user actions. JavaFX, like Swing and AWT, uses a single thread, called JavaFX Application Thread, to process all UI events.                   The following table shows an overview ...

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The JavaFX Print API

This is a JavaFX Print Example. JavaFX added support for printing nodes through the Print API in the javafx.print package. The API consists of the following classes: Printer PrinterAttributes PrintResolution PrinterJob JobSettings Paper PaperSource PageLayout PageRange Instances of the above-listed classes represent different parts of the printing process. For example, a Printer represents a printer that can be used for ...

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JavaFX Borderpane Example

This is a JavaFX BorderPane Example. A BorderPane divides its layout area into five regions: top, right, bottom, left, and center.                     The following table shows an overview of the whole article: Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Creating BorderPane Objects 2.1 The Code 2.2 The GUI 3. BorderPane Properties 3.1 ...

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JavaFX HTML Editor Example

This is a JavaFX HTMLEditor Example. The HTMLEditor control provides a rich text editing capability to JavaFX application. It uses HTML as its data model. That is, the formatted text in HTMLEditor is stored in HTML format.                    The following table shows an overview of the whole article: Table Of Contents 1. ...

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JavaFX Transformation Example

This is a JavaFX Transformation Example. A transformation is a mapping of points in a coordinate space to themselves preserving distances and directions between them. Several types of transformations can be applied to points in a coordinate space. JavaFX supports the following types of transformation: Translation Rotation Shear Scale An instance of the abstract Transform class represents a transformation in ...

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JavaFX Charts Example

This is a JavaFX Charts Example. A chart is a graphical representation of data. Charts provide an easier way to analyze large volume of data visually. Typically, they are used for reporting purposes. Different types of charts exist. They differ in the way they represent the data. Not all types of charts are suitable for analyzing all types of data. ...

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JavaFX Transition Example

This is a JavaFX Transition Example. JavaFX contains a number of transitions that let you animate nodes using predefined properties. All transition classes inherit from the Transition class, which, in turn, inherits from the Animation class. All methods and properties in the Animation class are also available for use in creating transitions. The Transition classes take care of creating the ...

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JavaFX Animation Example

This is a JavaFX Animation Example. In real world, animation implies some kind of motion, which is generated by displaying images in quick succession. For example, when you watch a movie, you are watching images, which change so quickly that you get an illusion of motion. In JavaFX, animation is defined as changing the property of a node over time. ...

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JavaFX Canvas Example

This is a JavaFX Canvas Example. Through the javafx.scene.canvas package, JavaFX provides the Canvas API that offers a drawing surface to draw shapes, images, and text using drawing commands. The API also gives pixel-level access to the drawing surface where you can write any pixels on the surface. The API consists of only two classes: Canvas GraphicsContext A canvas is ...

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