By ifedor on Mar 18, 2014
The JavaFX documents were updated for release 8. To symbolize JavaFX integration into Java SE, the JavaFX 8 documentation index has moved to a new URL at http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/javase-clienttechnologies.htm. The old URL at http://docs.oracle.com/javafx will send you to this new page. You can still access the JavaFX 2 documentation at http://docs.oracle.com/javafx/2/.
The JavaFX writers have always provided many sample applications to go with their tutorials. These samples contain source code, resources, and NetBeans IDE project files, and the accompanying tutorial explains the code. Now you can view a list of the samples on a single index page, see which tutorial they belong to, and download any that you like. Moreover, JavaFX applications are shown in tutorials using a new visual theme.
Get familiar with JavaFX 8 enhancements to WebView’s HTML5 support in the Adding HTML Content to JavaFX Applications tutorial, review Getting Started with JavaFX 3D Graphics, and learn how to embed Swing content in JavaFX applications.
The JavaFX UI Components tutorial comes with the following new chapters:
- Tree Table View - introduces the TreeTableView user interface component, a control designed to visualize an unlimited number of rows of data broken out into columns.
- Date Picker - discusses how the DatePicker control can be used in JavaFX applications to enable selection of a day from the given calendar.
- JavaFX UI Controls on the Embedded Platforms - describes the specifics of using JavaFX UI controls in the embedded environments.
See the JDK 8 Release Notes for detailed information about this release.