jfx | JavaFX mainline development

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kandi X-RAY | jfx Summary

jfx is a C++ library typically used in User Interface, Qt5, JavaFX applications. jfx has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

OpenJFX is an open source, next generation client application platform for desktop, mobile and embedded systems based on JavaSE. It is a collaborative effort by many individuals and companies with the goal of producing a modern, efficient, and fully featured toolkit for developing rich client applications. This is the open source project where we develop JavaFX.

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              jfx has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 2192 star(s) with 391 fork(s). There are 82 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              jfx has no issues reported. There are 51 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of jfx is 21+20

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              jfx has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              jfx has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              jfx code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              jfx is licensed under the GPL-2.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
              Strong Copyleft licenses enforce sharing, and you can use them when creating open source projects.

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              jfx releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.
              It has 807503 lines of code, 71427 functions and 5362 files.
              It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            jfx Examples and Code Snippets

            JavaFX and Gradle: What is the correct way to load a default view?
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            javafx {
                sdk = '/path/to/sdk' // replace with your own path
                modules = ['javafx.controls', 'javafx.fxml'] // modify list as needed
            javafx {
                modules = ['javafx.controls', 'javafx.fxml'] // modify list a
            Switch scenes from FXML to pure JavaFX UI class
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            public class SomeUI {
                private VBox root ;
                public SomeUI() {
                    root = new VBox();
                    root.getChildren().add(new Label("SERVER DOMINATOR : Inserisci dati"));
                    //setup process
                    HBox username = new HBox(new L
            Can not run JAVAFX .jar File (many errors occurred)
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             [WARNING] Discovered module-info.class. Shading will break its strong encapsulation.
            java -jar .jar
            WARNING: Unsupported JavaFX configuration: classes were loaded from 'unnamed module @14c
            How to manually instantiated FXML controller with FXrouter, or another way?
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            import java.io.IOException;
            import java.util.AbstractMap;
            import java.util.HashMap;
            import javafx.fxml.FXMLLoader;
            import javafx.stage.Stage;
            import javafx.scene.Scene;
            import javafx.scene.Parent;
            import javafx.util.Duration;
            import javafx
            Package#getImplementationVersion() returns null with native image (GraalVM/GluonFX)
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            public void start(Stage primaryStage) throws Exception {
                System.out.println("Main class version: " + getClass().getPackage().getImplementationVersion());
            java --module-path=PATH_TO_FX --add-
            How to add Gradle to existing JavaFX Project (IntelliJ)
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            plugins {
              id "application"                              // Use Application plugin
              id "org.openjfx.javafxplugin" version "0.0.9" // Use JavaFX plugin
            mainClassName = "my.package.Application" // Set this to your main class
            How to create a standalone .exe in Java (that runs without an installer and a JRE)
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               --arch windows-x64 
               --input_dir %APP_JLINK_IMAGE_DIR% 
               --exec %APP_JLINK_LAUNCHER_BAT_FILE% 
               --output %APP_SINGLE_EXECUTABLE_FILE_NAME%
            C:\dev\hellowarp>tree /a /f .
            Folder PATH li
            Javafx custom slider values
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            import javafx.application.Application;
            import javafx.geometry.Insets;
            import javafx.geometry.Pos;
            import javafx.scene.Scene;
            import javafx.scene.control.Label;
            import javafx.scene.control.Slider;
            import javafx.scene.layout.VBox;
            import jav
            Swing/AWT/JavaFX GUI Freezing/NullPointerException
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            go.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
                public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
                final JPanel drawing = new JPanel();
                    // irrelevant
                    SwingUtilities.invokeLater(new Runnable() {
            Eclipse and Maven: Error occured during initialization of boot layer
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            public class Main {
                public static void main(String[] args) {
            import javafx.application.Application;
            import javafx.scene.Scene;
            import javafx.scene.control.Label;
            import java

            Community Discussions


            Load custom components in scenebuilder 17
            Asked 2022-Feb-04 at 21:02

            We are working on Javafx project which was working fine on Java8. Recently, We have updated the project with Java17. We are able to resolve the issues for the IDEA.

            Seems like after Java 9+ they have strictly encapsulated all classes. To use this we have to use "export" "open" keywords in vm options or define "ALL-UNNAMED" in the compile runtime.

            This is running perfectly on IDEA. Now, We are trying to load fxml files in scene builder but scenebuilder unable to find out these classes. We have added all required jar files to scenebuilder but still unable to load the FXML files.

            Following errors scenebuilder showing:



            Answered 2022-Feb-04 at 21:02

            Importing jfoenix and fontawesomefx libraries:

            1. Click the Settings Icon in the Scene Builder Library Panel
            2. Choose JAR/FXML Manager
            3. Choose Search Repositories
            4. Search for jfoenix, and fontawesomefx
            5. Choose the following libraries:
              • com.jfoenix:jfoenix
              • de.jensd:fontawesomefx-fontawesome
            6. Scene Builder will import the latest lib version of each:
              • com.jfoenix:jfoenix:9.0.10
              • de.jensd:fontawesomefx-fontawesome:4.7.0-9.1.2.
            7. All of the imported new components are now selectable in the Custom section of the library manager.

            The progress circle thing isn't in Maven central, you will need to import it via the "Add Library/FXML from File System" option of the "JAR/FXML Manager" dialog (I didn't try that).

            jfoenix github page says it needs to be 9+ to work with Java 9+. I don't think jfoenix is all that well maintained and (from some other questions about the library on StackOverflow), it mostly works in recent SceneBuilder builds, but not well and some of its components don't behave well in SceneBuilder.


            Similarly, fontawesomefx has version 9.1.2 which has a manifest with an automatic module in it maven repo entry, which allows it to work. I don't know where up-to-date documentation on that project is, but it appears that there are multiple packages that you can use depending on the font library you want to access, I just picked the one which uses the fontawesome icon library.


            JavaFX 8 to JavaFX 17 conversion approach advice

            I suggest:

            1. Changing your project to a modular project by defining a module-info.java.
            2. Using the most recent stable version of Java and JavaFX (17.0.2)
            3. Using the most recent stable versions of the dependent libraries.
            4. Importing libraries via a build tool:
              • I'd recommend Maven unless you really know Gradle.
            5. Run the app without any VM options for exports and opens etc.
              • Define the module use information in your module-info.
            6. Ensure that your app works fine in those conditions (fixing any issues that arise).
            7. Then try to import the same library versions and your fxml into scene builder.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70985646


            Passing const variable value to another js file
            Asked 2022-Jan-27 at 18:53

            I'm new in React FrontEnd development . I have a list of products and I'm trying to display the product details I could not get the ID of the chosen product in my slug.js file which is the file that contains my product details's JSX

            This is my ProductCard and I can retrieve the product's ID from this page and I could not send it to the other page which is my slug.js that contains my product's details's JFX any help is appreciated

            I want to pass myChosenProduct const value to the parameter of slug.js file



            Answered 2022-Jan-27 at 18:53

            In ReactJs props are passed from the parent component to its child component. You have to check what "productData" you've passed to the component Produto when your calling it in his parent.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70883675


            Working with JavaFX in Maven (Jfoenix 9.0.10 dependency issue)
            Asked 2021-Nov-24 at 16:07

            I'm working now in Javafx in Maven and I'm using jfoenix dependency and it seems quite problematic. the NPE issue. I tried to research about it and I can't find a solution. I will provide the errors below..



            Answered 2021-Nov-24 at 16:07

            See this comment on a pull request for jfoenix, https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/pull/5835:

            Running the desktop app only works on JDKs 11 through 15 until sshahine/JFoenix#1205 is fixed. Right now, attempting to run on JDK 16+ will result in a Cannot invoke "javafx.scene.Node.getLayoutBounds()" because "this.textNode" is null error.

            So you are experiencing a known issue.

            Probably the JDK 15 will works?


            Downgrade to JDK 15.

            I assume it is just a JDK issue, because that is what the comment says, and an additional downgrade to JavaFX 15 in not required.

            The asker tried a downgrade of just the JDK version and notes that it works in comments:

            I tried to downgrade to jdk 11 and it works and then tried to do it in jdk 15 and flawlessly works.

            If you continue to experience issues such as this with jfoenix, contact the jfoenix project maintainers directly.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70082473


            I have no clue what I'm doing trying to export JavaFx as a Jar/Exe
            Asked 2021-Aug-30 at 02:29

            I'm trying my hardest to export my javafx(11) projects, but nothing seems to work. I am on IntelliJ IDE, and for example let's use this project: https://github.com/EveningSt3r/JFX-hotel-project. (I wrote this in 30 minutes but it's simple and fills this question's purpose)

            When I use IntelliJ's Build Artifacts function: "fx:deploy is not available" I have no idea how to use jlink, and all tutorials online are stumping me. Most javafx tutorials are from when it was part of the JDK, so that doesn't help. I have no idea how to use Maven and Gradle.

            This is coming from a dude who doesn't have a great understanding of how Java actually works, just knows how to make stuff.

            I've spent weeks trying to figure this out, so can someone please just dumb it down to baby levels for me, on how to get this into something runnable or an exe? I know I sound stupid but I'm just tired



            Answered 2021-Aug-30 at 02:14

            It has nothing to do with jlink, just with the way you are creating the artifact.

            Whenever you are creating a .jar file in IntelliJ, before creating the artifacts, you have to input the files from your java bin file into your artifact.

            To do that you have to go to File-Project Structure-Artifacts.

            Then click the plus "+", hover over JAR and select From modules with dependencies.

            After that select the "Main Class" bar in your popup display and input your main class (probably titled "Main") and click ok.

            After that you will see a new box. In that box click the plus inside it then click "File".

            Then go to your jre folder in your program files, which will be in the "Java" folder. Go into it then double click "bin". Highlight everything that is a FILE, not a folder, then put it into your artifacts.

            After that click "ok" on your artifacts window and it will close.

            Now you are set up to click the "Build Artifacts" button!

            Click the button and select "Build"

            The .jar file will appear in your project folder under "out" and in "artifacts" after clicking the button!

            Have a nice day! :)

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68977766


            Scene builder in JavaFX label not working
            Asked 2021-Jul-23 at 21:49

            Respected Sir, I am a complete beginner learning through some tutorial while following it I tried to make a simple button that will print "Hello WOrld" on to a Label. But When I run the code the Button appears however, it doen't print helloWorld no matter how many times I press ...

            1.Below is the HelloWorld.JAVA Code:



            Answered 2021-Jul-23 at 21:49

            You're missing three things:

            1. The TesterController.printsHelloWorld(ActionEvent) method needs to be annotated with @FXML.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68504829


            How can unit tests await the shutdown of the JavaFX Platform?
            Asked 2021-Jul-07 at 09:35

            The following test suite fails on the second test, because the JavaFX platform has not properly shut down after the first test. How can I await the termination of the platform?

            Ideally, I'm looking for a similar solution as the one that the JFX uses internally, using a shut down hook (example below failing test cases).

            Simplified failing test code:



            Answered 2021-Jul-07 at 09:35

            So, after some more experimenting, the error persists even when using JavaFX own shutdown listening mechanism (see code below).

            This makes it very likely that @James_D their interpretation is correct: One can only start JavaFX once per JVM instance.

            It is therefor not possible to orthogonally run unit tests on JavaFX by starting a private JavaFX instance per test.


            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68259059


            JavaFX Dialog appears to block after closing, is not dismissed properly
            Asked 2021-May-22 at 10:54

            I am writing a little game; the game works as an application run from a server program to a client program. When client is connected to server, both users normally see open JFX windows of the game on their computer. However, in the Server class I would like to ask the user about game parameters using dialogs before starting the game. So far I have made dialogs that worked but only the window on the side of the client opened, on the server-side (the side that asks for user inputs via dialogs before game launch) the window did not open. Without sharing too much code here is the part that causes a problem (if I take the dialogs out of the picture the game works, but I would like to have the feature of inputting parameters):



            Answered 2021-May-22 at 08:21

            I don't know the details of why it worked but adding the lign Platform.setImplicitExit(false); at the beginning of my program worked

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67646979


            Clojure JavaFX Live Manipulation
            Asked 2021-Apr-07 at 19:30

            I've created a simple "Hello, World!" app in Clojure with JavaFX.

            There are many like it, but this one is mine, as the Rifleman's Creed goes. Also, this one works with recent JavaFXs, and doesn't use the Swing JFX Panel:



            Answered 2021-Apr-07 at 19:30

            I haven't played with JavaFX, but it is clear from your question that Application/launch is blocking the main thread. So, starting it in another thread is the answer, as you have discovered. A slightly easier way would be to use:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66978726


            How to prevent JFX Dialog to hide the application
            Asked 2021-Apr-02 at 14:28

            I have a JFX program that should always be maximized covering the desktop, what happens to me is that when I start a dialog, like



            Answered 2021-Apr-02 at 14:28

            The initOwner method might help.

            The official oracle documentation says:

            Specifies the owner Window for this dialog, or null for a top-level, unowned dialog. This must be done prior to making the dialog visible.

            So setting the proprietary window causes the dialog to display above it. Try adding this method dlg2.initOwner(YourStage) to your alert. Remember that you must enter a parameter of type Stage.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66905966


            jxBrowser in JavaFx - Exception in thread "JavaFX Application Thread" java.lang.IllegalStateException: Failed to get native window handle
            Asked 2021-Mar-23 at 16:29

            I just tried to add a the jxBrowser to my jfx application,

            this is my object:



            Answered 2021-Mar-23 at 16:29

            Here they recommend to add more --add.exports:

            In order to run JxBrowser under OpenJFX the following VM parameters must be applied at runtime:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66720682

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