Java Reference
In-Depth Information
Getting Started with
In this chapter, we will cover the following topics:
F Installing the JavaFX SDK
F Setting up JavaFX for the NetBeans IDE
F Setting up JavaFX for the Eclipse IDE
F Using javafxc to compile JavaFX Code
F Creating and using JavaFX classes
F Creating and using variables in JavaFX
F Using binding and triggers to update variables
F Creating and using JavaFX functions
F Integrating your JavaFX code with Java
F Creating and using JavaFX sequences
F Working with JavaFX string
Today, in the age of Web 2.0, AJAX, and the iPhone, users have come to expect their applications
to provide a dynamic and engaging user interface that delivers rich graphical content, audio,
and video, all wrapped in GUI controls with animated cinematic-like interactions. They want
their applications to be connected to the web of information and social networks available
on the Internet.
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