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Best JavaFX Libraries for Beautiful Apps

In this article, I shall note down the best JavaFX libraries for developing beautiful apps for your clients. JavaFX is mainly used for creating desktop applications, and it's intended to replace Java Swing. JavaFX comes with a decent default theme called Modena and many in-built UI controls like Form Controls, TableView, TreeTableView, ListView, Datepicker, WebView, etc. FXML is used to create the

JavaFX January 13, 2020
Building JavaFX User Interface Using FXML

In the previous article, we learnt about writing your first JavaFX application, the internals of a simple JavaFX application, and the lifecycle of a JavaFX application.  If you want to understand the basics of all JavaFX applications, I encourage you to read the article.In this article, we will build a JavaFX user interface using FXML. FXML is an XML based language provided by JavaFX. We will

JavaFX December 02, 2019
Writing your First JavaFX Application

JavaFX is a software platform for creating desktop applications. It is intended to replace Swing as the standard GUI library for Java SE. In JavaFX vs. HTML5 article, we can see JavaFX is mainly for Desktop use. In this article, we'll dive deeper into the JavaFX framework and show you how to write a simple JavaFX application in NetBeans.The following are some key features of JavaFX, which make it

JavaFX November 09, 2019
JavaFX vs HTML5

Choosing a rich client technology is very challenging! Particularly when these technologies are competing to be a leader in their area. In this case we have JavaFX and HTML5. I have done some projects and in both JavaFX and HTML5 for some companies. In this article I would like to share some of my insights on this topic.This article does not intend be a battle between JavaFX and HTML5 by making on

JavaFX October 03, 2019