Menus in JavaFX - JavaFX Tutorial Part 7

It's pretty simple to add a menu to your JavaFX app, using stuff we've mostly already learned. I'll show you how in this tutorial with a simple File->Exit menu item; later on we'll doubtless enlarge o....

Switching to Java 8 - JavaFX Tutorial Part 6

Some features of JavaFX are only available if you use Java 8, so I thought this might be a good point at which to upgrade from Java 7. If you're already using Java 8, skip this video :) ....

Stylesheets - JavaFX Tutorial Part 5

We can use stylesheets to style our JavaFX application, without even needing to change the code or the XML! If you happen to be used to HTML CSS stylesheets, JavaFX styles are really similar and you'l....

Buttons and Events - JavaFX Tutorial Part 4

It's time to take a look at JavaFX buttons and events. JavaFX makes it really easy to handle events (such as clicking on a button) and change components in response to the event. If you know Swing, yo....

Introducing Scene Builder - JavaFX Tutorial Part 3

In this tutorial we'll start looking at Scene Builder, JavaFX's excellent visual design tool. We won't actually do much with it yet, but we'll get started with looking at how to use it to design a ver....

Hello World - JavaFX Tutorial Part 2

This is a tutorial on coding a basic hello world JavaFX application. We'll take a look at scenes, nodes and the stage and create a simple window to get started with JavaFX.We're going to move on in th....

Introduction and Installation - JavaFX Tutorial Part 1

This is the first in a series of video tutorials on JavaFX, the Java GUI toolkit that's set to replace Swing. You can use JavaFX to create desktop applications, or applications that run in a browser. ....