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Thread: Coding a MVC applciaiton without a scenebuilder

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    Default Coding a MVC applciaiton without a scenebuilder


    I am struggling to get my head about using MVC to make an application. I understand how MVC works but when looking for examples I can't find any that dont use Scenebuilders. Does anyone have suggestions or link to were I can find some examples of tutorials?

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Coding a MVC applciaiton without a scenebuilder


    MVC and SceneBuilder are not related like that. SceneBuilder is just one way to build the "V" (or "View") part of an MVC architecture.

    To create a View without using SceneBuilder, have a look at GridPane, TilePane, FlowPane, BorderPane, HBox, VBox, etc. (basically most of the Pane subclasses). They each incorporate a different layout strategy to help you build UI screens "by hand."

    Hope that helps!

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