Java 15: More about JavaFX

Software Development
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227 pages
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 English
The current book has focus on JavaFX properties and data bindings, but also treats the basic architecture of a JavaFX application as Model-View-Presenter.
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Poul Klausen er uddannet cand. scient. i matematik fra Aarhus Universitet med speciale i algebraisk topologi. Efter universitetet og et efterfølgende pædagogikum har Poul Klausen primært arbejdet som underviser og det især inden for it uddannelser og gennem de sidste mange år som underviser på datamat...

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This book is a continuation to Java 14 and together the two books gives a good background for using JavaFX. The current book has focus on JavaFX properties and data bindings, but also treats the basic architecture of a JavaFX application as Model-View-Presenter. Other important topics are advanced controls like TableView and TreeView and also topics like drag-and-drop, charts and 3D graphics are treated. 

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  1. Introduction 
  2. JavaFX properties 
    1. Binding properties 
    2. Observable collections 
    3. Binding observable collections 
    4. Binding persons 
    5. The screen 
    6. Decorations 
    7. Modality 
  3. Advanced controls 
    1. TableView 
    2. Edit cells in a TableView 
    3. Filters 
    4. A TreeView control 
    5. A TreeView with Country objects 
    6. A TreeTableView 
    7. A TreeTableView, an extended example 
  4. Drag and drop 
    1. Simple press-drag-release gesture 
    2. Full press-drag-release gesture 
    3. Drag-and-drop gesture 
  5. MVC 
  6. User defined controls 
    1. A LabelField 
    2. A Canvas 
    3. A Spinner 
  7. JavaFX and concurrency 
    1. A Task 
    2. A Service 
  8. 3D Shapes 
    1. Box, Sphere and Cylinder 
    2. Material 
    3. Draw mode 
    4. Cull face 
    5. Camera and Light 
    6. A last remark 
  9. Charts 
  10. Final Example 
    1. Development 
    2. A simple prototype 
    3. Drawing the axes 
    4. Settings for the coordinate system 
    5. Drawing a function from a formal 
    6. The program architecture 
    7. Drawing a plot 
    8. Refactoring the expression dialog 
    9. Implementing the Functions menu 
    10. Implementing the Zoom menu 
    11. Implementing the Edit menu 
    12. Implementing the Calculations menu 
    13. Implementing the File menu 
    14. A final iteration 
    15. A last remark