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JavaFX 2 with JPA 2 and Drag and Drop - Part 3

This article will cover a method that can be used to include more than one entity type in a tree (the same system will work for other widgets such as lists and tables) by using a proxy holder. The previous articles in this series covered setting up the demo application and getting started with JPA.

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SampleFX - Updating a Label

The humble label is probably one of the most used widgets in the UI designers toolkit so getting to know it inside and out is important. A common task it is to update a label to display some new information depending on the state of the application. Depending on where that new information comes from it can be trivial to update the label or require an understanding of threading and thread safety.

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JavaFX 2 with JPA 2 and Drag and Drop - Part 2

In the first part of this series I gave an over view of the project and how to install and run it. Now I'll cover the JPA aspects of the project.

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SampleFX Mini-Demos

I've taken a short break from the JavaFX and JPA series of articles because I wanted to start a new project that demonstrates common day to day tasks in JavaFX. I've called this project SampleFX5 and you can download it here.

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JavaFX 2 with JPA 2 and Drag and Drop - Part 1

After a bit of a break away doing other things I'm back on a project that uses JavaFX 2. So far this project hasn't required much in the way of persistence either for settings or data but a new feature I'm working on makes use of a database. I use JPA 2 for web based projects and I've found it to be useful in most desktop applications as well so it was the natural choice here. How you go about bringing together JPA and JavaFX isn't necessarily as obvious as it could be so I thought I'd write a small demonstration application. While writing the demo I decided I'd also have an explore of the drag and drop features of JavaFX and get it working with a TreeView which is a bit more challenging than with the other components.

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