This article is Part 2 of a tutorial to adapt an open source JavaFX RadialMenu ( http://jfxtras.org/ ) to replace the NetBeans Platform system menu. It will build upon previous tutorials that demonstrate complete replacements for the default NetBeans Swing components using JavaFX.
Examples will explore the issues involved including transparency, JavaFX vs HeavyWeight, Recursion and the NetBeans Platform folder structure.
This article will walk through adapting an open source JavaFX RadialMenu ( http://jfxtras.org/ ) to replace the NetBeans Platform system menu. It will build upon previous tutorials that demonstrate complete replacements for the default NetBeans Swing components using JavaFX. Content will explore the issues involved including inheritance, event handling, and transparency.
In this issue: Duke's Award nominations are open for innovative projects based on Java technology. JDK 8 is feature complete; Quorum 2.0, from the Duke's Choice award-winning Sodbeans team (2011), is released; and Jim Weaver gives a preview of his JavaFX session at JayDay Munich (July 1).
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This article will demonstrate several tricks to visually enhance a NetBeans Platform app with JavaFX controls embedded. It will build upon previous tutorials that demonstrate complete replacements for the default NetBeans Swing components using JavaFX. Code examples will feature NetBeans Platform, JavaFX and CSS.
The purpose of this article is to expand on Geertjan's blog entries about explorer trees and expansion icons. The first article found at https://blogs.oracle.com/geertjan/entry/no_expansion_key_when_no works well for static trees. When a node is...
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Kiosk displays or HUD applications that may only need interaction on occasion need to free up as much vertical space as possible along with reducing screen clutter. In this article, we extend the Accordion concept from a previous article to the NetBeans ToolBars.