"Create a Chain of Effects" is an excerpt from, JavaFX Programming LiveLessons, Part I --Video Training
JavaFX Programming, Part I LiveLessons is organized into lessons that teach major JavaFX features with separate sublessons that demonstrate how to apply each feature. You’ll learn how to draw JavaFX shapes and apply effects to create a richer user experience on the desktop. You’ll learn how to use layout managers with GUI controls and menus. You’ll learn how to use JavaFX properties and binding expressions to simplify event handling and reduce Java code. You’ll also learn how to create animations with JavaFX in this video.
All lessons walk viewers through JavaFX code examples to reinforce the important concepts. The viewer also learns how to use the new JavaFX 8 features on the Java SE 8 platform and above. Skill Level
Beginner Intermediate Learn How to:
Design JavaFX applications Use graphics with JavaFX Design GUI apps with JavaFX layout components and controls Use bindings and properties in JavaFX Use animations, transitions, and effects in JavaFX Who Should Take This Course
Java developers who want to learn JavaFX for GUI development All Java developers who want to use JavaFX Swing developers who want to build great-looking applications with JavaFX
About the Instructor
Paul L. Anderson is a founding member and Director of Training at the Anderson Software Group, Inc. (www.asgteach.com). Paul obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, San Diego, and his Master's degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Mr. Anderson has taught Java, JavaFX, C++, C#, Perl, Python, UML, and Linux courses for thousands of developers and specializes in making software engineering fun and understandable. He has taught courses internationally in Europe and Latin America and contributed articles to InformIT. Paul is a member of the NetBeans Dream Team and has been a featured speaker at JavaOne conferences. He is also the co-author of 8 books on programming technologies and is the video instructor for the Java Reflection LiveLessons.