I have to admit I kind of like playing with JavaFX even though I am not expert with it. In order to get better at it, I decided to do the 100 Days of Code challenge.
I’ll try to use that learning opportunity to write blog posts about my findings.
I may not exactly follow the “1 hour a day” rule, but that’s a similar idea. I want to do 100 Days of JavaFX blogging.
Writing down my findings is a good way to:
- writing help clarify my understanding of things
- for future reference
- Day 1 - Build a simple javafx app to a native executable (Linux)
- Day 2 - JavaFX Native App on Windows
- Day 3 - Simple JavaFX project won’t run with IntelliJ
- Day 4 - Paste an image from the clipboard
- Day 5 - Native executable with FXML and Annotations
- Day 6 - Project Introduction - JSON Schema Manager
- Day 7 - Demo App: From FXML Static Content to Dynamic Content
- Day 8 - Introduction to Properties and Databinding in JavaFX
- Day 9 - Observable Collections and ListView in JavaFX
- Day 10 - An Editable ListCell
- Day 11 - Navigation using a ListView
- Day 12 - Extract JavaFX Component (FXML)
- Day 13 - JSON Editor with RichTextFX (part 1)
- Day 14 - JSON Editor with RichTextFX (part 2)
- Day ? - Dark Mode
- Day ? - JavaFX with Kotlin