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Thread: Graphic interface javafx

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    Default Graphic interface javafx

    I want to create a program that in the first window show me a drawing of a electrical circuit (a basic one, a switch and a light at the end )
    normal graphs (lines nothing fancy)

    what i want from the program is
    if the switch is open (click) the light is off and if it is close(another click) light shows on.....
    or if i enter the switch number and chosse close the program show me which part of the drawing is on or off

    i have done a similar but bigger program in VB using a spreadsheet with many data(off course no drawings just numbers and text)


    iwant to do the same in java starting with something basic, but including the drawings,(clarification I am new in java)

    so can anyone guide me whats the best way to start with the drawing, I have donwloaded netbeans, javafx, and javafxscene builder,but im confused how to start

    THank you for your help


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    Default Re: Graphic interface javafx

    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyking View Post
    I want to create a program that in the first window show me a drawing of a electrical circuit (a basic one, a switch and a light at the end )
    normal graphs (lines nothing fancy)

    what i want from the program is
    if the switch is open (click) the light is off and if it is close(another click) light shows on.....
    or if i enter the switch number and chosse close the program show me which part of the drawing is on or off

    i have done a similar but bigger program in VB using a spreadsheet with many data(off course no drawings just numbers and text)


    iwant to do the same in java starting with something basic, but including the drawings,(clarification I am new in java)

    so can anyone guide me whats the best way to start with the drawing, I have donwloaded netbeans, javafx, and javafxscene builder,but im confused how to start

    THank you for your help
    Ps many people have seen this but nobodye has commented if i am in the wrong place can u guys let me know I tried to find a better place but i couldn't txS

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    Default Re: Graphic interface javafx

    It could be not many people use FX.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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