Narayan Gopal Maharjan is a 22 years old software developer, living in the Kathmandu, Nepal and currently under-graduating on software engineering.He has keen interest at Java and Javafx programming , he started programming from his high school age and he develops software on Web(JavaEE), Desktop(Java Swing,Java FX), Mobile(Android) devices.
Hello guys. Today I’ve got some free time to blog. I have made small chemical solution for making these things happen. I was thinking that most of the game developers really need this type of system even more in the content management system also this kind of stuffs are very useful So I’ve planned to blogged about this (Drag n Drop Cell).
Let’s first look over how the things works for the Draggable of list cell.
Drag and Drop Cell in ListView
The above figure is just the concept which I’ve predicted. You can use your own too But in this post I’m doing all stuffs by this algorithm.By the help of that algorithm I’ve made the things sucess.
After a long days gaps I’m back on my favourite blog. I’m preety glad to know that Oracle has launched the new JavaFX Scene Builder. If you have not started then please give it a try. You can download the Scene Builder from here:
Ok Now lets go to the main stuffs of today’s post. I’ve been working on CSS stuff and it’s being so interesting to use in JavaFX which is more easier to design the controls and make the design more interactive in Application for the end-user. In the real world application we may need the form to fill up from the javafx and when ever there comes the form then the validation is one of the important part of form. Every field in the form need the validation for making the proper data entry.
Hello I’m back with the small css skinning for the Tooltip.
Firstly the idea of this blogging came from this forum post. One guy was posting about how to make the tooltip plain as of swing which is concern about the css skinning.
First let’s get start with the normal tooltip example.
Hello guys, I’m back after my lots of works and stuffs that’s why this post got delayed. Anyway now I’m going to demonstrate today about how to communicate between FXML using FXController classes. Some of my commentator also asked me to share this communication of FXML so I’m blogging for the same. Today I’m going to just continue the blog post of previous post I’ve blogged about FXML Stuffs (include and define) . So If you have not started reading those previous blog then please have a look because the things I’m going to tell is related to them.
Anyway Let’s summarize the previous blog.
Main.fxml (The main container of all fxml)
Home.fxml (the tab content of Home Tab)
About.fxml (the tab content of About Tab)
FXMLTest.java (this is just the executor class)
Now In today’s post we are having one more extras class which is listed below.
DockletListener.java (The java interface)
Before going to start this communication between fxml . Let’s have a look at how the flow gets working.