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34 Videos (5h 46m)
    • Javafx introduction

      1:59
    • What is JavaFx

      6:16
    • Download and install JavaFX for Eclipse

      9:29
    • How to Create Your First JavaFX Application

      15:58
    • How to Use Lambda Expressions to Handle Events

      5:50
    • Installing JavaFX Scene Builder

      9:58
    • Events with JavaFX Scene Builder

      15:36
    • Styling with CSS in JavaFX

      8:40
    • How to build a Calculator in JavaFX Part-1

      14:26
    • How to build a Calculator in JavaFX Part-2

      14:43
    • Create Login Application

      13:41
    • Use ImageView To display Image in JavaFx

      8:07
    • JavaFX ComboBox

      11:55
    • JavaFX ListView

      8:17
    • JavaFX TreeView

      10:04
    • JavaFx TreeView Events

      5:48
    • JavaFX FileChooser

      11:42
    • JavaFX Properties

      16:42
    • JavaFX Binding, ProgressBar and ProgressIndicator

      10:26
    • JavaFX Bidirectional Binding and using Slider

      6:44
    • JavaFx Menu, MenuBar , MenuItem and SeparatorMenuItem

      10:04
    • JavaFx CheckBox

      11:05
    • JavaFx RadioButton

      10:55
    • JavaFX TableView

      15:44
    • JavaFX DatePicker

      6:19
    • JavaFX WebView

      10:37
    • JavaFX Charts : Pie Chart

      11:19
    • Event Handler for a Pie Chart

      7:04
    • JavaFX Charts : Line Chart

      11:48
    • Adding multiple Lines to LineChart

      3:28
    • Event Handler for a Line Chart

      9:18
    • Creating Media Player in JavaFX

      15:00
    • Adding Play, Pause, Start, Fast, Slow Buttons to Media Player

      10:57
    • Adding Volume Slider to MediaPlayer

      6:19

About This Class

The JavaFX is a new framework intended to support desktop applications and web browsers. It is generally a Java platform for creating rich internet applications that can run on a large variety of devices. Since this is a framework for Java, the code written is not machine dependent. The current release provides support for desktop applications running on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux or any other operating system on which Java can be installed.

The goal of this course is to provide you with a working knowledge of JavaFx GUI applications. We'll start with the basics, starting from installing JavaFx on variety of IDE's e.g. Eclipse, IntelliJ Idea, Netbeans etc on different Operating Systems like Window, Mac and Linux. Next, We will learn how to create our first JavaFx project. Then we will Learn How to built-in use different JavaFX UI controls like Label, Button, Radio Button, Toggle Button, Checkbox, Choice Box, Text Field, Password Field, Scroll Bar, Scroll Pane, List View, Table View, Tree View, Tree Table View, Combo Box, Separator, Slider, Progress Bar and Progress Indicator, Hyperlink, Tooltip, HTML Editor, Titled Pane and Accordion, Menu, Color Picker, Date Picker, File Chooser.

In the later half of the video I will also show , How sqlite database can be used with JavaFx.

So Let's get started !!!

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Yogesh Patel

Software Developer and Programming Enthu