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JavaFX 2.0 Layout Panes – BorderPane

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A BorderPane is very well suited to develop more complex layouts. In general the BorderPane provides five different regions: Top, Right, Bottom, Left and Center. You can set a Node to each of these areas by calling the setTop/setBottom/set… methods. This approach makes it very easy to develop “website-like” application windows where you have a menubar or toolbar at the ...

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JavaFX 2.0 Layout Panes – FlowPane and TilePane

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FlowPanes and TilePanes are nice layout panes, if you want to layout your children consecutively one after another, either horizontally or vertically. They are quite similiar to each other as both will layout their children either in columns (in case of a horizontal Flow/TilePane) and wrap at their width or in rows (in case of a vertical Flow/TilePane) and wrap ...

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JavaFX 2.0 Layout Panes – HBox and VBox

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If you want an overview on all different layout panes in JavaFX 2.0 or if you want to know yome basic facts about them, please see my previous post Layout Panes in JavaFX 2.0. The layout panes HBox and VBox are definitely the most basic layout containers in JavaFX 2.0. As you can already tell by their name, their purpose ...

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JavaFX 2.0 Hello World

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Before talking about the example itself, I want to show you how to create a JavaFX application in NetBeans. (If you haven´t installed JavaFX and NetBeans yet, please see my previous post Installing JavaFX 2.0 and NetBeans 7.7.1) Click on “New Project” in the “File” menu to open the project wizard. Then choose “JavaFX->JavaFX Application” and press “Next”. In the ...

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JavaFX 2: Create Login Form

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In this tutorial I will design a nice looking Login Form with JavaFX 2 and CSS. It’s clasic login form with username and password, and login button. In order to follow this tutorial I strongly recommend you to check these tutorials below: Getting started with JavaFX 2 in Eclipse IDE JavaFX 2: HBox JavaFX 2: GridPane JavaFX 2: Styling Buttons ...

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Using the JavaFX AnimationTimer

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In retrospect it was probably not a good idea to give the AnimationTimer its name, because it can be used for much more than just animation: measuring the fps-rate, collision detection, calculating the steps of a simulation, the main loop of a game etc. In fact, most of the time I saw AnimationTimer in action was not related to animation ...

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JavaFX 2 GameTutorial Part 4

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Introduction This is part four of a six part series related to a JavaFX 2 Game Tutorial. If you’ve missed Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3, I encourage you to go through them before beginning this tutorial. To recap, in Part 3 I gave you a little history of the many classic arcade style games and the different input ...

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Profiling JavaFX Mobile applications

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NOTE: This article was originally published in 2009 and is provided for reference reasons. Please check out the rest of our JavaFX articles. Today is a great day for every developer of JavaFX Mobile applications. You wonder why? Because the JavaME SDK 3.0 was released. It was long, hard work, from what I heard during our lunch breaks, but the ...

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JBox2D and JavaFX: Events and forces

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In yesterdays samples you saw how you can create a simple world, and display it with WorldView, and how to provide custom Renderers. Now we’re going to add some user input. We’ll create a control that behaves like a flipper in a pinball machine. To do that we’ll create a Joint. In JBox2D Joints are used to constrain bodies to ...

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JavaFX 2 GameTutorial Part 3

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Introduction This is part 3 of a six part series related to a JavaFX 2 Game Tutorial. If you’ve missed Part 1 and Part 2, I encourage you to go through them before beginning this tutorial. To recap Part 2 I discussed the inner workings of a gaming loop where we used an animation (JavaFX Timeline) to update sprites, check ...

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