“Different RCPs offer different techniques and components for visualizing data. The most commonly used visualizations are in the form of trees, tables, or lists. With the availability of JavaFX 2 and its Java APIs, it is time to rethink how these visualizations represent data.
This session covers the new JavaFX 2.0 release which includes pure Java APIs, Swing integration and an embeddable browser component. It also showcases HTML5 technologies such as jQuery and WebGL. The video presents an interactive example of JavaFX 2.0 and HTML5 content working together to create a unified application.
This video explains how to implement consistent Swing applications in a comprehensible and clearly arranged way. We show detailed sources for a contact editor example and discuss a bunch of tips.
JavaFX 2.0 provides an ideal platform for rich client enterprise application development. This session talks about various enterprise patterns and techniques, and using FXML for true MVC style application development. In addition, it covers using both Jersey for JSON communication between a JavaEE application and a JavaFX client and also …
This Struts 2 tutorial episode explains the concept of namespaces when mapping Struts 2 actions. We’ll configure a namespace, and also understand the default “/” namespace.