JavaFX is a set of media packages and graphics that facilitate developers to design, create, test, debug, and deploy rich client applications that operate persistently across a variety of platforms. Swing is a lightweight Graphical User Interface (GUI) widget toolkit by Java. It is an element of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) that has several applications to develop rich desktop applications in Java. It includes built-in controls like image buttons, trees, sliders, tabbed panes, toolbars, tables, color choosers, and text areas to display Rich Format Text (RFT) or HTTP. Swing components are platform-independent and are written in Java. This course is packed with numerous examples and plenty of line of source code.
This online tutorial From 0 to 1: JavaFX and Swing for Awesome Java UIs covers the following topics and their required Programming Drills.
Swing: The basic frameworks, JFrames, Jpanels, and JComponents, Menus and how to handle them, Trees and their nuances, file choosers, browser controls, buttons. With Swing, you will be able to create a more sophisticated set of GUI compo.
Design: The MVC Paradigm, Observer and Command Design Patterns, Dependency Injection via FXML. Design Patterns. This module will will teach you how Design patterns are used and where it's applied in the real world.
- To subscribe to this course, you will require knowledge of a Programming 101 Class, in Java preferably
- If you do not possess the required knowledge, you can subscribe to our course on A Complete Tutorial on Java Programming
- Over 47 lectures of content!
- Build sophisticated user interfaces in Java, both in JavaFX and in Swing
- Use menus, trees, buttons, tables and all the important standard UI-building techniques - both in JavaFX and in Swing
- Use Scenebuilder and FXML to effortlessly create UIs using dependency injection
- Build business apps with charts and tables that rival spreadsheets like MS-Excel
- Leverage the power of Properties and Bindings to get the little details right
- Build 3D animations in JavaFX
- Use JavaFX Media support - build an entire, fully functional media player, and also know the limits of Java media capabilities
- Understand the MVC paradigm and the observer and command patterns that underpin virtually all modern UI frameworks