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Blog Archive for malenkov during June 2009

My colleague has just returned from JavaOne and brought an HTC Diamond cell phone that supports JavaFX. Of course I couldn't stop but running my demos on it. Here they are in the order as they appeared: · Drawing Application · Flying Letters · Magnetic Balls · Weather Widget · Firework (We Salute You) · Analog Clock · First Layout Sample...
The JavaFX 1.2 SDK provides many useful utility classes such as the Properties class used to access and store name/value pairs or the Storage class used to store the data locally on the client system. So far the JavaFX programming language does not support hash tables to store data of any type, but you can always use the Properties class for this purpose. For a start, let's create methods to put...
So the next version of JavaFX has been released. I developed an example that shows all the node-based UI controls that had been added to the API to replace the controls based on the Swing library. Note, that new UI controls are available on all platforms including mobile. The following set of the controls is included in the current API:TextBox: A control which displays and accepts input of text....