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Re: [svjugfx] New Meetup: Hands on JavaFX - Scripting the Scene Graph

From: Anu B.
Sent on: Friday, March 12, 2010 10:02 PM
Hi Steve,
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Thanks for arranging next meet up "hands on JavaFX".
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?If you see any value add, I will be interested in assisting you for the command line side of the application. So for Hello World,?I could? show?how to compile and run JavaFx app from command line. I would also show how to read command line argument and echo it back. if there is enough time I would?add simple calculator or a clock.
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Thanks for doing these things for us, so we can continue to progress.
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Have a great weekend.
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Anu Bhagat

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SCJP, SCJA

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http://www.linkedin.com/in/AnuBhagat

"Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work."? Aristotle



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On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 5:40 PM, Stephen Chin <[address removed]> wrote:
Announcing a new Meetup for Silicon Valley JavaFX Users Group!

What: Hands on JavaFX - Scripting the Scene Graph

When: Wednesday, April 14,[masked]:00 PM

Where:
Oracle Corporation
500 Oracle Pkwy
Redwood City, CA 94065

This presentation is a hands-on introduction to JavaFX, focusing primarily on using the JavaFX Script language to drive interactive graphics using the JavaFX scene graph. I'll start with a "Hello, world" program and build it up piece by piece until we have a complete application. At each step of the way, we'll see the code in NetBeans and run it so you can see the results immediately. I'll be covering the following features of the JavaFX platform: language and scene graph basics, sequences, functions, layout, UI controls, classes, calling Java, bind, bound functions, animation, and effects.

NEW LOCATION: This meetup will be held at Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores.

Watching the Live Stream Online

  • To be eligible for prizes (see below), please register for this meetup.
  • For the live video feed, please go to the SvJugFx page on my blog: http://steveonjava.com/svjugfx/


About the Presenter:

Stuart Marks is a senior engineer on the JavaFX UI Controls team at Oracle (formerly Sun). He is veteran speaker at JavaOne and Oracle OpenWorld, and he has worked on JavaFX, Java, and JavaME for over ten years.

Agenda

  • 6:00-6:45pm Arrive & mingle -- Food & drinks provided by Oracle
  • 6:45-7:00pm Group introduction & announcements
  • 7:00-8:30pm Main Talk followed by Q&A
  • 8:30-9:00pm Raffle and additional networking time


Prizes and Sponsorship

We also have some great prizes to give away, including:

  • An Oracle SPOT ($750 value)
  • An IntelliJ Ultimate Edition license ($249 value)
  • Technical books including Pro JavaFX Platform
  • Premium swag for everyone who walks in the door!


NEW: We also will have a raffle of electronic book coupons for online attendees, so please register if you plan on watching the stream!

This event is brought to you with support from the following sponsors:

  • Oracle supports our meetup by providing a venue and prizes.
  • JFrog Artifactory supports our meetup membership and gives prizes.
  • Parleys.com provides free streaming of our videos.
  • Jetbrains gives out free IntelliJ licenses at our meetings.
  • Apress gives free books as prizes.
  • O'Reilly gives free books as prizes.


If you are interested in having your company appear here, please let me know!

Learn more here:
http://www.svjugfx.org/calendar/12863551/




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    Provides the venue, refreshments, and contributes prizes.

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    Provides hosting for JFXtras, the open-source JavaFX Toolkit

  • JFrog

    JFrog supports our meetup membership and gives free prizes.

  • JetBrains

    Gives away a copy of IntelliJ IDEA at our meetings.

  • Apress

    Provides free book prizes and discounts

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