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JavaFX Custom Control – Nest Thermostat Part 1

Tow weeks ago, I decided to spend some time watching some of the JavaOne talks about JavaFX, thanks to this excellent post from Hendrik Ebbers. I have to say I’ve learned so much already, just watching theses video (even if I h ...
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Skinning in Java8 (JavaFX8)

There has been some changes in JavaFX8 regarding skinning, the most relevants of which are the new CSS API that allows you to create new CSS properties and pseudo-classes for your controls and the Skin class which has become publi ...
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A Popup Editor for JavaFX 8

For the last couple of months I had the pleasure of working with JavaFX 8 in order to implement a sophisticated user interface for a planning and scheduling application. One of the features needed was a way to perform “in-place ...
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Tower Defense in JavaFX (3)

In the last part you saw how you can create Sprites, animate them, and give them Behavior. But the animation isn’t very nice, because as an Insectoid you’re supposed to always look where you fly. Remember: Safety first! We can ...
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Tower Defense in JavaFX (2)

In the last part we’ve created a simple editor that let’s us place turrets. Now we’ll add a spawnpoint where the enemies originate, and define an attack target for them. First I’ll add some more information to the map via ...
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JavaFX 2: How to Load Image

This is JavaFX tutorial about how to load a image in your JavaFX 2 application. This can be done easily with ImageView. The ImageView is a Node used for painting images loaded with Image class. So as you can se we will first load ...
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Tower Defense in JavaFX

I wanted to use my Game Engine to write a Tower Defense game for a long time, but since there was an effort to create a JavaFX Tower Defense Game by another group, I thought I should rather create a different game instead. From th ...
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Responsive Design with JavaFX

With CSS technologies it’s relatively easy to create a responsive design for your website. Depending on the sizeof the screen you can use a different CSS File and Layout. In JavaFX this might seem a bit harder at first sight, si ...
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Introduction by Example: JavaFX 8 Printing

I‘ve not blogged in awhile, and I miss sharing with others about all things JavaFX (My day job and family are likely excuses). For those who are new to this blog, I am the author of JavaFX 2 Introduction by Example (JIBE), co- ...
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Integrating JavaFX and Swing (Revised)

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. It is a large app and the rewrite took me a wh ...
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