Nandini Ramani, VP of Development, Java Client Platform, Introduces the JavaFX 2.0 Platform
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With JavaFX 2.0, developers can create JavaFX applications completely in the Java programming language using standard Java development tools. This screencast provides a high level overview of the JavaFX platform and its top features.
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The WebView component in JavaFX 2.0 can be used to embed any web content in your JavaFX application. This screencast demonstrates the simple steps to easily use WebView in any JavaFX application.
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JavaFX 2.0 introduces a wide range of features that allow you to add movement to your application using transitions and timeline animation. This screencast introduces the basics of creating animation using JavaFX 2.0.
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JavaFX provides a rich set of graphics and media API that simplify development of immersive visual applications. This screencast will introduce you to the different graphics and media capabilities available in JavaFX 2.0.
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NetBeans IDE 6.9 introduces the JavaFX Composer, a visual layout tool for building JavaFX GUI applications, similar to the Swing GUI Builder for Java SE applications. See how to quickly and efficiently build JavaFX applications using this brand-new t
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With code examples, this screencast will introduce you to the new properties and binding model in JavaFX 2.0.
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This screencast will walk you through the steps for building your first application using the JavaFX 2.0 platform.
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Enhance the look of your applications by applying visual effects such as reflection and lighting. This screencast introduces the basics of adding visual effects in your JavaFX application.
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Teach Yourself JavaFX from Sample Projects: Spring/Bounce Animation In JavaFX animations, you can use standard built-ininterpolators to describe motion, or define custom motions, for examplea bounce or a spring motion.
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