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JavaFX Scene Builder Tutorial

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

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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Java Swing Timer Example

In this example we are going to demonstrate Java Swing Timer, A swing timer fires one or more ActionEvent at specified intervals. Swing timers are recommended than the general-purpose timers for GUI-related tasks for the following advantages: All swing timers share the same the preexisting timer thread which created by the first Timer object that executes. The GUI-related task automatically executes on the ...

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Java Swing Tutorial for Beginners

This is a tutorial for beginners, about Java Swing. 1. Introduction Java, provides a rich set of libraries to create Graphical User Interface (GUI), to make it work independently on different platforms. Swing is definitely the one which is most popular used because of its properties of light-weight, rich-control, easy-customizable. Before Java Swing, Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) is the one ...

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JavaFX Image Example

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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Top 10 IntelliJ Idea Plugins

IntelliJ IDEA has inspired many Java developers to write plug-ins, from J2EE to code editing tools to games. Now it has a robust plugin ecosystem with more than 1500 available plugins and new ones appearing nearly every week. In this article we are going to present the 10 most useful to our point of view plugins for any developer using ...

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JavaFX Table Example

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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Java Swing Slider example

1. Introduction In this article, we’ll discuss Java swing slider. In Java Swing, slider is normally constructed by a JSlider component. JSlider is a component that lets the users select a value by sliding a knob within a specified interval. For the knob, it always points to the point which matches the integer values within the interval. For JSlider, six ...

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IntelliJ Increase Memory Settings

In this article we are going to provide some guidelines on how to increase memory heap on IntelliJ IDEA and on how to configure the VM options. For our example we are using IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition version 14.1.2. 1. Configuring IntelliJ IDEA VM options The default VM options for IntelliJ IDEA may be not optimal when your project contains ...

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Eclipse Gradle Plugin Example

Gradle! … Yes, it is is a flexible yet model-driven JVM-based build tool. Gradle is one of the advanced build automation tools available in the market. In this example, we will see how to use Gradle as a plugin through our favorite Eclipse IDE. To know more about Gradle please visit here. 1. Introduction As a developer, you could have ...

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