Friday Dec 28, 2012

Notes - Part III - Respond to user interaction

In this episode we'll learn how to respond to user interaction.

How to check when a user has click on a button or how to get the text from a TextField for example.

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Saturday Dec 22, 2012

Working with ListView

In this tutorial I'll show you a very simple example on how to attach an ObservableList to a ListView and how to perform the basic operations: add, remove or edit an entry...[Read More]

Monday Dec 10, 2012

Notes - Part II - Play with JavaFX

In this episode we'll start working on Notes User Interface, by using JavaFX Scene Builder and I'll teach you how to play with different components and keep everything in place when user try to resize your application...
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Wednesday Dec 05, 2012

Notes - Part I - Say Hello from Java

Sometimes we need to take small notes to remember things, one way to do this is to use stick notes and have them all around our desktop. But what happening if you have a lot of notes and a small office? You'll need a piece of software that will sort things for you and also it will provide you a quick way to retrieve the notes when need. Did I mention that this will keep your desktop clean and also will reduce paper waste?

During the next days we'll gonna create an application that will let you manage your notes, put them in different categories etc. I'll show you step by step what do you need to do and finally you'll have the application run on multiple systems, such as Mac, Windows, Linux, etc.

The only pre-requisition for this lesson is to have JDK 7 with JavaFX installed and an IDE, preferably NetBeans.

I'll call this application Notes….
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