Java Front-ends with JavaFX Course, 2 Days
Course details
Java Front-ends for desktop and mobile With Java FX

  • Programming Java Front-ends for desktop and mobile With Java FX
  • In this course we create attractive, functional Front-ends using JavaFX.
  • Prerequisites: Delegates already have basic Java Skills.
  • Duration: 2 consecutive days, the first date shows as the booking date
  • Where: Online
  • Download: Download Java JDK and Eclipse IDE.
  • London classroom: on request locations, bring you own device
  • Location: Online Interactive Instructor-led Webinar.
  • Our Style: The course is practical course giving you hands-on practice.
  • Included: Java exercises, notes, examples, computers, evaluations
  • Certification: PCWorkshops JavaFX Qualification

Java Intermediate and Front-end Course Description

Database Concepts
  • DataBase
  • SQL, database principles and JDBC
GUI's with Java FX

    Building Java FX GUI's
  • Course Contents:
  • GUI's with JavaFX
  • Building Java GUI's.
  • Create a front-end form interface for an application.
  • Working with nodes, labels, inputboxes, prgress bars, etc.
  • Formatting your front-end.
  • Import a Java package to interact with the front-end.
  • Interact with a database via the front-end.
  • Practical
  • Examine the Java SE event model.
  • What is an event.
  • What is event handling.
  • Develop event handlers.
  • Develop Lambda-style event handlers.
  • Practical
  • Create a quotation app.
  • Create a movie booking app.
  • How to create your installer and upload your app
  • Java Web services
  • What are Web Services?
  • Why Java Web Services?
  • Web Services - Characteristics
  • Web Services - Architecture
  • Web Services - Examples and exercises
What is included
  • PCWorkshops Course Certificate on completion
  • Java Course Notes
  • Java Code Examples
  • Practical Java Course exercises
  • After the course: 1-Hour personalised online revision session
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About us
Java Terminology
JDBC, short for Java Database Connectivity, serves as a Java API designed to establish connections and execute database queries directly from within a Java class.
JavaFX, a Java library, facilitates the development of both desktop applications and Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). Applications crafted with JavaFX have the versatility to operate across various platforms, including web, mobile, and desktop environments. Functioning as a library, JavaFX empowers developers to design visually appealing frontends with ease.
Spring is a comprehensive framework that offers templates for various technologies such as JDBC, Hibernate, JPA, and more. This eliminates the necessity of writing extensive code by abstracting away the fundamental steps involved in utilizing these technologies. Essentially, Spring simplifies development, making tasks more manageable and enhancing overall efficiency.
JUnit, an essential unit testing framework tailored for the Java programming language, holds significant importance within the realm of test-driven development (TDD).

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