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JavaOne 2012: Building Mobile Apps with HTML5 and Java

I returned to Parc 55 (Mission conference room) to see Max Katz‘s (Exadel Developer Relations) ‘Building Mobile Apps with HTML5 and Java’ Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) ...
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Pure Java JavaFX 2.0 Menus

In recent posts on JavaFX, I have focused on using JavaFX 2.0’s new Java APIs without use of the JavaFX 1.x’s JavaFXScript and without use of JavaFX 2.0’s new FXML. ...
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JavaFX Game (Connect Four)

This is my first JavaFX game tutorial and my first blog post about JavaFX panel. I made this connect four game with just 200+ lines of code just enough for a simple game. I used the ...
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Transparent JFrame using JNA

In Make JFrame transparent I had shown a way to making frame’s transparent using AWTUtilities class. But using that class results in access restriction compile time error, resolution ...
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Make JFrame transparent

First create a frame that has a slider in it which will be used to set transparency amount. import javax.swing.JFrame; import javax.swing.JSlider;public class TransparentFrame ...
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Expression Based PathTransitions in JavaFX

In JavaFX you are able to animate nodes along a path using PathTransition objects. PathTransitions use Shape objects to describe the path they need to animate along. JavaFX provides ...
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JavaFX Tutorial – Basics

JavaFX seem to be gaining ground on the RIA space. With the right tools and development support, it wil definitely have its toll on the next best technology “thing!”. I’m not ...
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JavaFX 2 GameTutorial Part 5

Introduction This is part five of a six part series related to a JavaFX 2 Game Tutorial. I know it’s been a long time since I blogged about gaming, but hopefully you’re still with ...
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Integrating JavaFX and Swing

I’ve just finished rewriting a component of my app that was using Swing and now is using JavaFX, I’ve ended up with a JavaFX component that integrates with the larger swing app. ...
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Hello JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Command Line

I looked at a simple JavaFX version of the ubiquitous Hello World example from a NetBeans 7.1 beta perspective in the blog post Hello JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by NetBeans 7.1 beta. ...
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