TS 80 JavaFX-Basic Samples

JavaFX - Basic Samples

Author: Lou Dasaro
Version: 1.0A
Last update: 9-Jan-2014
Introduction: JavaFX is the next step in the evolution of Java as a rich client platform. It is designed to provide a lightweight, hardware-accelerated Java UI platform for enterprise and business applications. This document describes one suite of thirty-six tests which aim to ensure correct functionality of NetBeans JavaFX support module. See also related TS 80 JavaFX Test Specifications
Time to complete: One hour and twenty minutes.

Contents

Test suite: Basic Samples

Purpose: Test functionality of support for basic JavaFX Samples.
Setup: NetBeans running on latest publicly available JDK 8.
Comments: Some samples require internet access. Proxy should be set automatically using system settings. The samples are in alphabetical order, as is the list in NetBeans. You do not need to run the "3D" samples if your system doesn't support them (GPU), but make sure to run the others including the Maven sample!

Samples: Key: (3d) - (F)XML - (M)edia - (P)roxy - (S)wing
AdvancedMedia (M,P)
AudioVisualiser3D (M,3d)
BrickBreaker
ColorfulCircles
ColorPicker
CreateAdvancedStage
Cube3D (3d)
CubeSystem3D (3d)
DigitalClock
DisplayShelf
Fireworks
FXML-LoginDemo (F)
HTMLEditorApp
ChangeListener
ChartAdvancedArea
ChartAdvancedBar
ChartAdvancedPie
ChartAdvancedScatter
ChartAdvancedScatterLive
ChartAdvancedStockLine
ChartAudioArea (M,P)
ChartAudioBar (M,P)
ChartLine
KeyStrokeMotion
Maven FXML MigPane Sample (F)
MouseEvents
PaginationDemo
PuzzlePieces
StopWatch
SwingIntrop (S,P)
TimelineEvents
TimelineInterpolator
TransitionPath
TransitionRotate
WebViewBrowser (P)
Xylophone (M)

  1. Try Sample Project (Perform the following for each sample in the above list- 36 tests in all)
    1. Select File | New Project... from main menu. "New Project" wizard appears.
    2. In the first step of the wizard expand "Samples" category and select "JavaFX" subcategory.
    3. Select chosen project. Push Next > button.
    4. For "JavaFX Platform", make sure JDK 1.8 is selected. Push Finish.
    5. Run the newly created project.
    6. Delete the project and sources at your discretion
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The sample project was successfully created, built and ran, all without error.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The sample project was successfully created and built without error. For 3d projects, without a supported GPU, Program doesn't run correctly, and may throw Prism-ES2 Error.

( Delete remaining sample projects and sources at your discretion )

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