JavaFX is a group of graphics and media packages that allows developers to design, create, test, debug, and deploy rich client based applications that operate consistently across diverse platforms.

JavaFX

Running tests on both JavaFX and Swing using Junit

In a previous article I began to describe how you can set up a test frame using JUnit and Jemmy that could easily be...
Kieran France
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How to write a Media Player in JavaFX using…

In my previous article “How to write a Media Player in JavaFX using NetBeans IDE – Part 1 “ I showed you how to...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
2 min read

How to write a Media Player in JavaFX using…

At IDR Solutions I have been busy working with JavaFX Viewer and NetBeans IDE, which allows me to explore new features of JavaFX as...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
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What is the difference between Java and JavaFX?

In my last article I explained the difference between HTML5 and SVG. Since then, another request has been for a simple answer to the...
Mark Stephens
1 min read

JavaOne Konferencja 2014 z mojej perspektywy

Już kilka dni minęło od zakończenia Konferencji JavaOne w San Francisco, California. Tegoroczna Konferencja odbywająca się w dniach 28/09/2014 – 02/10/2014 zgromadziła ogólnoświatowe grono...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
2 min read