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JavaFX 8 training course

Building Rock Solid High Performance Front End Applications With JavaFX

Next 21 June (Remote)
4 days £2,695.00 + VAT

JBI training course London UK

  • Java FX : core aspects of JavaFX.
  • JavaFX for Mobile : for Android and/or iOS
  • JavaFX with JavaEE : connect application to a backend
  • JavaFX Advanced  : additional features

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OurJavaFX training course will help you understand how to develop JavaFX applications for Web, mobile and the Enterprise.  Where possible, we run this course as an Epert-led  consultative, workshop-style event, in which discussion of relevant topics takes place in relation to the delegates' own applications and scenarios.


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JBI training course London UK
JBI training course London UK

Java developers who need to learn Java FX for designing desktop an mobile front endsnt

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Java FX Outline:

  • Introduction
  • HelloWorld in JavaFX
  • Programmatic creating a user interface in JavaFX
  • Declarative creation of a user interface in JavaFX, FXML and SceneBuilder
  • JavaFX Properties and bindings
  • Dynamic layout containers in JavaFX
  • JavaFX Controls overview
  • JavaFX Collections and concurrency

Java FX Mobile Outline:

  • up-to-date information about the current state of the ports to Android and iOS
  • hands-on: HelloWorld on Android
  • hands-on: HelloWorld on iOS
  • using command line tools, gradle plugin and IDE integration
  • using Android and iOS specific functionality
  • best practices on mobile

Java FX EE Outline:

  • client requirements and considerations
  • overview of common enterprise protocols
  • accessing REST services, integrating with JAX-RS
  • using SSE (Server Sent Events)
  • using WebSocket communication, integrating with JSR 356 (Java API for WebSockets)
  • accessing SOAP endpoints
  • the JavaFX application as a Java EE client (using Remote EJB’s, JPA, CDI,…)

Java FX Advanced Outline:

  • using CSS in JavaFX Controls
  • using JavaFX Charts
  • JavaFX Media
  • JavaFX 3D
  • Custom JavaFX Controls
  • JavaFX on mobile and embedded
  • third party libraries and tools (jfxtras, ControlsFX, SceneBuilder, DataFX, DukeScript, …)

 

 
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