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Fancy Preloader Part 1

Hi, friends today I’ve got something graphics and animation gift for you.
I know that JavaFX 2 has really Rich Interface in the Application that’s why many enterprises who are using the Swing as their core GUI are intending to divert to JavaFX 2 which is now becoming more stable and clear API. I just love doing javafx cuz it makes me fun and really interesting. The Application we develop in javafx can be huge so we need to load them during startup of the Application. JavaFX has concept of customizing the Preloader which we actually see those progress bar while we are loading any javafx application. Most of the enterprises don’t want to add the default they want something unique and some more eye caching loading so that user won’t feel bore while the application is loading. This is somehow the way of making the user’s eye hypnotized to application 🙂 .

So I’m today talking about same preloader which is actually customized animated graphics. Before starting the preloader we need to know about the flow of the preloader in Application Startup Life Cycle.

Basic Preloader Concept

 

Preloader Startup
(Source: http://docs.oracle.com/javafx/2/deployment/preloaders.htm)

 
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TableView Cell Modify in JavaFX

Hello and Welcome . Today I would like to blog about the TableView of Javafx 2.0 beta b_45. If you are new to the TableView then please have a look at these class files.

The java documentation of those classes are very important for you when developing the application.

Let’s start here. First the thing what I’m going to show you is about the Cell which is the intersection of any row and column. Before going to TableCell , you can go for the TableColumn which helps to take control over the TableCell with cellFactory. The TableColumn is the column of any table which defines the new column with it’s defined named. Let’s make four columns our Test. I’m running these codes with compatible to JavaFX 2.0 build 45. So it might varies on future or on previous version of javafx. Read the rest of this entry »

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