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Creating Jar for JavaFX Application

This is a step by step guide to creating a Jar for a JavaFX Application using IntelliJ IDEA. It is only tested on IntelliJ IDEA 2016 with Java8. Steps might be slightly different for Java7. First, open up File > … Continue reading

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JavaFX load data on launch

To load data on launch for a JavaFX app, you would simply need the following in your Controller. The initialize method is the first piece of code that is run when you launch the JavaFX app.

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Installing Apache Tomcat on Raspberry Pi

In this post, I will be documenting the process of running Apache Tomcat on Raspberry Pi 2. Before we start installing Tomcat, it would be good to do a update. After the update, verify that you have java 8 installed. … Continue reading

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Getting Started on Raspberry Pi as a Server

This will be part of a series of posts on how to get started on using Raspberry Pi 2 as a Server to host a java web service. I am currently exploring the possibility of using Raspberry Pi as a … Continue reading

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JavaFX: Include Button into cell for TableView

There are times when you need to have an Button for each of the row in the TableView, hence in this post I will go through how we could add a Button into the row of the TableView. c3 will … Continue reading

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Finding JAVA_HOME on Windows and Linux

For windows: In general, this is not required for Linux system but if you need it, it is here. For Linux: Specials thanks to http://srcode.org/2014/05/07/detect-java-executable/

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JUnit with System.out.println

System.out.println and System.out.print will usually print the output String to the screen, however with the below code, you could actually redirect the print out to a Stream and thereafter use it for JUnit testing. //Prepare to redirect output OutputStream os … Continue reading

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