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JavaFX 8: Introduction by Example [Format Kindle]

Carl Dea , Mark Heckler , Gerrit Grunwald , José Pereda , Sean Phillips
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JavaFX 8: Introduction by Example shows you how to use your existing Java skills to create graphically exciting client applications with the JavaFX 8 platform. The book is a new and much improved edition of JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Example, taking you through a series of engaging, fun-to-work examples that bring you up to speed on the major facets of the platform. It will help you to create applications that look good, are fun to use, and that take advantage of the medium to present data of all types in ways that engage the user and lead to increased productivity.

Entirely example-based, JavaFX 8: Introduction by Example begins with the fundamentals of installing the software and creating a simple interface. From there, you'll move in progressive steps through the process of developing applications using JavaFX’s standard drawing primitives. You'll then explore images, animations, media, and web. This new edition incorporates the changes resulting from the switch to Java 8 SDK. It covers advanced topics such as custom controls, JavaFX 3D, gesture devices, and embedded systems. Best of all, the book is full of working code that you can adapt and extend to all your future projects.

  • Entirely example-based
  • Filled with fun and practical code examples
  • Covers all that's new in Java 8 relating to JavaFX such as Lambda expressions and Streams
  • Covers gesture devices, 3D display, embedded systems, and other advanced topics

What you’ll learn

  • Install JavaFX 8 and configure your environment
  • Work with touch-based interfaces such as in Windows 8
  • Interpret gesture-based events the Leap Motion Controller and similar hardware
  • Integrate JavaFX with embedded systems such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi
  • Develop modern GUI implementations of business forms
  • Work with shapes, color, text, and animation
  • Add audio and video to your projects
  • Create custom controls using SVG and Canvas
  • Learn to style a user-interface via CSS
  • Communicate bidirectionally using Java and Javascript with
    HTML5

    Who this book is for

    JavaFX 8: Introduction by Example is for Java developers who are interested in developing rich, client-side applications to run on PCs, phones, tablets, Arduino controllers, the Raspberry Pi, and more. Whether enterprise developer or hobbyist, anyone wanting to develop a polished user-interface from Java will find much to like in this book.

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    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Compilation of knowledges 9 juin 2014
    Format:Broché
    Looking at the authors you already know before reading the book that the content will be a compilation of knowledges.
    The book covers almost all subjects of the JavaFX world. It goes from the very basics to advanced topics. Indeed you will read the pre-requisites you will need to run your very first project to complete application with various examples. What you will also read is a chapter about Lambdas because of the important changes they bring to Java. I think it is a very good choice from the authors to include it in the book.
    The book contains a lot of examples but not just "Hello world" ones. Indeed authors have make the good compromise between the sufficient example and the meaning of them, meaning you have concrete and coherent examples of applications. For example one of my favourite is the photo viewer which shows you a lot of concepts of JavaFX but is simple enough for everybody to understand and proves you the strenghts of the language. Indeed it demonstrates how animations are done in a nice study case (who never wanted such an application?). One of the other nice example is the custom component creation with a LED light done by Mister UI: Gerrit Grunwald. Gerrit is for me one of the best UI guy I know and he shares his talent in creating a lot of custom components.
    Another topic which is simply explained is the JavaFX 3D. The topic is explained using really nice figures in order to explain a difficult topic. What I really like is how the TriangleMesh is explained because honestly I have never found a really good explanation.
    Finally you will have a lookup at the media API available in JavaFX with a complete and well explained media player for both audio and videos.
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    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good resource for JavaFX 8.0 8 juin 2014
    Par Thomas Bolz - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché
    This book is one of the first if not the first that covers the brand new 8.0 release of JavaFX. The authors are some of the most active and most respected people in the JavaFX community, supporting it since many, many years. You will buy the combined knowledge of them.
    As the title suggests, the book is rather a collection of examples and solutions to day-to-day problems in rich client applications than a tutorial, although it covers most of the current features of JavaFX. In that respect it is a perfect addendum to e.g. the online tutorials of Oracle and will save you a lot of time and headaches if you are already developing applications in JavaFX or plan to do so in the near future. I already read the 2.0 version of this book and can definitly recommend this one too.
    3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 A perfect JAVAFX book 9 juin 2014
    Par Francisco Javier Godino - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Format Kindle
    Perfect book for beginners and perfect book for those who think they know JavaFX .
    The examples are very clear.
    2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very solid resource for Java FX 8 25 juin 2014
    Par Fuze - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché
    This book helped cement understanding of certain features for me, like the functional interface and lambdas and how they relate to Java FX.

    I haven't gotten through this book, yet, however I am about 1/2 of the way and it's easy to read, code is well explained, and if you are interested in a primer then this is the book for you.

    I appreciated the examples, though I would have preferred a few more steps to increment the code as I went a long, rather than having the entire sample written and then explained after. But I think that is preference as I like to build up incrementally and if I am not sure what I am doing, lot's of code in an example can seem overwhelming.

    But overall, this book is solid, well worth the read.
    2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Compilation of knowledges 9 juin 2014
    Par Thierry W. - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché
    Looking at the authors you already know before reading the book that the content will be a compilation of knowledges.

    The book covers almost all subjects of the JavaFX world. It goes from the very basics to advanced topics. Indeed you will read the pre-requisites you will need to run your very first project to complete application with various examples. What you will also read is a chapter about Lambdas because of the important changes they bring to Java. I think it is a very good choice from the authors to include it in the book.

    The book contains a lot of examples but not just "Hello world" ones. Indeed authors have make the good compromise between the sufficient example and the meaning of them, meaning you have concrete and coherent examples of applications. For example one of my favourite is the photo viewer which shows you a lot of concepts of JavaFX but is simple enough for everybody to understand and proves you the strenghts of the language. Indeed it demonstrates how animations are done in a nice study case (who never wanted such an application?). One of the other nice example is the custom component creation with a LED light done by Mister UI: Gerrit Grunwald. Gerrit is for me one of the best UI guy I know and he shares his talent in creating a lot of custom components.

    Another topic which is simply explained is the JavaFX 3D. The topic is explained using really nice figures in order to explain a difficult topic. What I really like is how the TriangleMesh is explained because honestly I have never found a really good explanation.

    Finally you will have a lookup at the media API available in JavaFX with a complete and well explained media player for both audio and videos. The example is full working like all others and should give all you need to fully get all concepts.

    To conclude the book is very well written and give you a really full tour of features available in JavaFX to start working with this technology. You shouldn't ne disappointed by this compilation of knowledges written by Java rock stars.
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    5.0 étoiles sur 5 A solid introduction with a plethora of usable examples 25 juin 2014
    Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché
    tl;dr: A solid introduction with a plethora of usable examples.

    To start with, let’s take a quick glance at the table of contents:
    Getting started
    JavaFX Fundamentals
    Java 8 Lambda Expressions
    Layout & UI Controls
    Graphics with JavaFX
    Custom Controls
    Media with JavaFX
    JavaFX on the Web
    JavaFX 3D
    JavaFX and Arduino
    JavaFX on the Raspberry Pi
    Gesture-based Interfaces
    Appendix A. References

    As you can see, there is wide array of topics, starting with some very fundamental topics (covering JavaFX and Java 8 fundamentals), then moving on to more complex topics. If you’re familiar with the updates in Java 8, then chapter 3 can probably be safely skipped, but chapter lays the foundation on which the rest of the book is read.

    Rather than walking through each chapter, I’ll say this: each chapter is clear and well-written, providing copious amounts of sample code. One of the things I really liked about the examples is that, usually, each example source/application was shown in its entirety, then the authors walk through each significant section of code explaining the whats and whys, repeating the source for easy viewing. Furthermore, whether by luck or design, the code is formatted very neatly and displays perfectly on my Android tablet. I’ve read a lot of technoical books, and, more often than not, the code wraps oddly and is hard to read. With very few exceptions, the code was all neatly formatted so that it displayed cleanly on the ereader, which made it much easier to read.

    The book ends with what I would consider a bit more advanced topic: JavaFX and the Internet of Things (IoT. As an aside, I really hate that term :). To be honest, I only lightly skimmed these chapters, as I’m not even thinking of working in this area at the moment. From the scan, though, the chapters look pretty solid, with plenty of advice in selecting and setting up your board, to getting your application to run on it. Should I ever venture into this realm, I’ll definitely have to revisit this section.

    The last chapter (actually an appendix), is called "References", and it is exactly that: 16 pages of links, and it might be one of the best parts of the book. Being an introduction to JavaFX, there’s no way the authors can cover everything you need to know about the topic, so Appendix A comes to the rescue with link after link to help you go deeper. Topics include: Java 8 SDK and APIs, IDEs, Properties and Bindings, Layouts, Tools, Enterprise GUI Frameworks, and on and on. If my count is correct, there are links to 210 difference resources. I don’t remember the last time I saw such an exhaustive list in a book like this.

    This is a very solid introduction to JavaFX. The prose is well-written and easy to follow, and there are ample, ready to use examples for each topic. If you are interested in JavaFX in even the slightest way, this is a great place to start.
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