If you come across square brackets in JavaFX script, do not think that JavaFX supports arrays. These are sequences. Sequences are not arrays although they are similar. Before reading this blog post I recommend that you familiarize yourself with the tutorial.
FreeMarker look like Velocity. You can even find converters : Velocity -> FreeMarker. I'll describe in this part how to create the same output but using FreeMarker.
Let's steal a car, repaint it, and do this quickly. What is more, do this in JavaFX and consider several programming hints by the way.
Every JavaFX node is able to process mouse movement events. Thanks to this ability the user can easily drag nodes on the scene or move windows. However, there are some nuances worth mentioning...
Attempts to isolate the flow layer from the services layer to better prepare for changes in how flow is handled in your application.
It is typical to use absolute coordinates to position nodes in a simple JavaFX application. But what if your application becomes more complex? It is quite annoying to change the coordinates of several nodes if one of them changes its size. From Swing and AWT you can recall the mechanism of Layout Managers. Does JavaFX suggest anything similar?
JavaFX has been released recently and now many beginners google on how to start programming. Let us consider a very simple example of drawing a clock face in JavaFX.
Java FX 1.0 was released, with the Mobile version in beta. I was very positively impressed, and I want Java FX to succeed. So, congrats to the whole team at Sun, but let's not waste any time... Follows a critical evaluation of this new Java platform, with my top-10 Requests For Clarifications Or Enhancements.
How to enabled Cobertura Test Coverage in Maven.
When it comes to debug a web page, it could become a real nightmare when you don't have the right tools.
As I understand it enrollment levels for programming courses at colleges and universities have taken a nose dive. Computer programming, not long ago one of the most over-subscribed subjects, is now struggling to compete. Is the industry itself partially to blame?
There's no shortcut to experience. Writing good object oriented code takes experience, but here are three practices to help you get off on the right foot day one with even the grumpiest of gray beards.
In which I discover a simple idiom for named parameters. Does this mean we don't need a named parameters language feature?
A new SDN article summarizes the features.
Client Server Communication with NIO
There has been a lot of debate about the merits of distributed source control management systems, but until you've seriously worked with one you just won't understand how appealing they are. Just ask any developer who has had to go back to a single-repository system.
Not exactly Java related, but it is about internationalization and file encodings.
You've used in-memory databases, such as HSQLDB (formerly called Hypersonic) or it's newer, faster cousin H2, but fewer have heard about the in-memory mail server, GreenMail by IceGreen.
It's a classic problem, but not many people talk about it. How can your Java app/library/plugin work with different versions of an API? Some options discussed...
Usually if you are working in a "big" project and doing a code review; if you have a vendor who develop some application for your company; if you have a fresh graduate developer ... you will find a lot of bad-practices in the code being written! I don't like to see System.out.println in the code .. because simply, it doesn't appears in the log files!!!