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By James Weaver

JavaFX Script makes it effortless for builders to quick boost top of the range UI in depth purposes in a short time. builders want to improve wealthy net Applications/Rich customer aspect consumer interfaces fast and simply with this capability alternative for Ajax and, maybe, even ActionScript and different scripting present in Flash. this can be the 1st booklet that offers a primary examine JavaFX Script in its present emergent level. It supplies short advent to the JavaFX family members of goods, and quick specializes in the JavaFX Script language. After offering a “quick commence” within which the reader downloads instruments and creates an easy “Hello global” variety application, the e-book proceeds to hide JavaFX Script options and constructs frequently within the context of steadily developing an program that creates “word seek” puzzles.

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Figure 3-6. The Place Word Randomly on Grid dialog To place all of the remaining words randomly, select the Grid ➤ Place All Words Randomly menu option. After clicking OK on a dialog that asks you to confirm that you want to place all the words, all the words will be placed on the grid, and will also appear in the Placed Words list box. If you roll the cursor over a letter in the word grid, the associated words will be highlighted in yellow. If you right-click the mouse on a letter (or click the mouse while holding the Ctrl key down), a menu enabling you to unplace the words pops up, as shown in Figure 3-7.

We’ll start with a portion of the declarative script, shown in Listing 3-2, that creates the Frame and some menu-related UI components within. The portion of the code that we’ll focus on in Listing 3-2 is associated with creating the Grid menu of the Word Search Builder application, as shown in Figure 3-13. Figure 3-13. The menu bar of the Word Search Builder with the Grid menu exposed 46 firstPress: Creating User Interfaces in JavaFX Creating a MenuBar Widget Listing 3-2. some code omitted... some code omitted...

Some code omitted... some code omitted... ] } } As shown in Listing 3-2, to create menus in a Frame, you first need to create an instance of a MenuBar widget to contain them by assigning a MenuBar to the menubar attribute of the Frame. Creating Menu Widgets To create menus on the MenuBar, you assign them to the menus attribute of the MenuBar. Recall that to assign multiple objects to an attribute, you use array literal notation that consists of comma-separated values enclosed in square brackets.

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