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  1. How to Filter JavaFX Events in a Scene Graph

    by , 12-11-2016 at 06:45 PM (A JavaFX Blog)
    JavaFX has a powerful event dispatch mechanism that allows different Node elements in a scene graph to intercept GUI events before and after they are delivered to their target node. Every time a new event is generated, an event dispatch chain is built for that event: this chain starts from the stage of the application window, continues with the scene displayed on that stage, and then follows the scene graph down to the target node of the event. For example, when a user clicks on a button in an application, ...
  2. The building blocks of a JavaFX GUI: Stages, Scenes and Nodes

    by , 12-11-2016 at 05:02 PM (A JavaFX Blog)
    In JavaFX, the central metaphors used to represent a graphical user interface are the stage and the scene.

    A stage is the “location” where graphic elements will be displayed; it corresponds to a window in a desktop environment. The javafx.stage.Stage class represents a stage; the so-called “primary stage” (which corresponds to the main window of an application) is created automatically by the JavaFX framework as soon as an application is launched, and is supplied as argument to the ...

    Updated 12-11-2016 at 06:17 PM by JavaFX

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