JavaFX is the go-to UI library in the Java ecosystem. This course focuses on how to use controls with the data model; handle large amounts of data from simple to complex use cases from the creation; and use customization until event handling.
At the core of developing desktop applications using JavaFX is a thorough knowledge of controls. In this course, JavaFX Playbook: Controls with Data Model, you will learn how to use the five most complex controls of JavaFX in order to create useful applications. First, you will learn about creating simple dropdowns using a choice box and move on to complex dropdowns with the help of ComboBox. Next, you will explore list view to display a list of items at once and proceed to learn how to create tables that are static as well as editable. Finally, you will discover how to display hierarchical data using a TreeView. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of creating, styling, and customizing these controls along with how to use StringConverters, PropertyValueFactories, CellFactories, and CellValueFactories to help you create a truly interactive, engaging, and data-centric application using JavaFX platform.
Course Overview Hi everyone. This is Buddha Jyothiprasad. Welcome to my course, JavaFX Playbook: Controls with Data Model. I work as a software developer at Amazon, and my experience has predominantly been in Java and related technologies. This course, JavaFX Playbook: Controls with Data Model, teaches you about some of the complex controls available in JavaFX. The course provides you with all of the fundamental information that you will need to play around with the controls along with techniques that is not taught in basic courses or tutorials. In this course, you're learning about list view, choice box, combo box, table view, and tree view. All of these controls have responsibility of presenting lots of data to the consumer and allowing the consumer to interact with the data. The demos don't just take you through some basic concepts of the controls. The demos do start with very basic concepts and quickly proceed to complex cases like StringConverters, CellFactories, CellValueFactories, PropertyValueFactors, etc that are necessary to accomplish some complex use cases with those controls. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Java and basic JavaFX. Knowing a bit about FXML also helps, but I'll try to take you all through some of the basic concepts very quickly. You should be familiar with using an IDE as well. I'll demonstrating lots of code in IntelliJ IDE, but it's not necessary that you use the same. I hope you join me in the course and learn about wonderful world of JavaFX and its controls.