Rich Internet Applications (RIA) development with a JavaFX platform
Presented by Vasile Teodorovici
Date: Tuesday December 18th, 2012
Time: doors open at 6:00 pm; talk begins at 6:30 pm
Place: TheCodeFactory, 246 Queen St., Ottawa, ON, Canada
Based on Java, a modern Object Oriented programming language, JavaFX is an RIA platform for the UI development of enterprise business applications. The architecture of JavaFX has two main components: JavaFX API and Scene Builder. The latter is the starting point for building JavaFX applications in the current development. JavaFX Scene Builder is a visual environment that allows rapid UI design for JavaFX applications, without requiring code writing. UI designers, the main audience target of the presentation, are able to use Scene Builder to prototype a UI layout, preview the design, as well as to define the look-and-feel. JavaFX Scene Builder is a visual environment that allows rapid UI design for JavaFX applications, without requiring code writing. The key features of Scene Builder are ability to provide controls, layout containers, images and media in a standalone development tool, definition of a
interface able to accessing the JavaFX UI control library by using events and properties, automatic generation of XML-type code, and live editing and preview.
Vasile Teodorovici is originally from Romania where he graduated a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science, from the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Iasi, in 1993. He is a programmer-analyst (mostly using Java and UML), and has been residing in Ottawa since August 2010, but living in Canada since January 2002, in Montreal, Edmonton and Toronto, successively. In September 2010, attracted by the university sterling reputation and by the British way of respectability, he began his studies in the Master’s degree program in Software Engineering at the University of Liverpool. He recently completed his dissertation thesis on the topic of UML integration in Aspect-Oriented software engineering for better maintainability properties. His sixteen-year-old son is living and studying in Montreal, and has recently started an amateur (for now) career as a rock guitarist.
When and Where:
This event will take place on Tuesday, December 18th, 6:00 pm at TheCodeFactory, located at 246 Queen Street, between Bank and Kent, (on the second floor) above the Green Papaya Restaurant. The doors open at 6:00 pm for networking and the talk begins at 6:30 pm.
Note: There is no cost for attending this event and prior registration is not required. Light snacks and refreshments will be served. An informal social gathering will follow at a nearby pub.
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