Java SE: Building Your First JavaFX Application
This course will provide you with a quick introduction to basic JavaFX features and help you build your first JavaFX Application.
JavaFX provides a lightweight, hardware-accelerated Java GUI platform. This course, Java SE: Building Your First JavaFX Application, teaches you how to get started with JavaFX. Beginning from a clean slate, this course shows how a developer can set up their own development environment and start writing desktop applications from the first module. It also teaches you how to develop applications that react to the user events. This course wraps up by talking about persisting data, and how the tasks can be stored in an XML file to be shared across sessions. By the time you finish the course, you will be able to develop your own Desktop applications with JavaFX, which is quite a departure from the boring command line applications you have been developing since writing a hello world program in Java.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 2m 1s
—Course Overview 2m 1sIntroduction- 17m 12s
—Introduction and Overview 1m 4s
—Console Applications vs. GUI Applications 0m 49s
—JavaFX and History 3m 8s
—Demo: Environment Setup and HelloWorld 4m 57s
—Life-cycle of a JavaFX Application 1m 50s
—Demo: Command Line Parameters 1m 19s
—Integrated Development Environments 1m 16s
—Demo: Netbeans installation and HelloWorld 2m 15s
—Summary 0m 30sBuilding the UI Foundation with Containers and Controls- 19m 6sAccelerating UI Development with FXML and Scene Builder- 22m 31sBinding Data and Properties to UI Elements- 29m 52sReacting to User Operations in the UI- 22m 12sPersisting Data- 10m 23s