Movie Right Now – Compare movies using simple GUI tool

Hello, Readers! I hope you are having fun and trying out new things with OpenCV. If you are having any issues with installing OpenCV and want to get started quickly, you can follow this guide to install OpenCV. In this post, I am going to show you a utility that I created while I was in college. I named it Movie Right Now. Let me show you what it does. While I was in college, I had a lot of free time. I liked watching movies. I copied movies from the computers of my friends. Gradually, the collection of movies […]

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JavaFX tableview example – building tableview with JSON data

Hello, readers! My last post about JavaFX was about implementing the material design using JFoenix library. Here I am going to show you steps to build your JavaFX tableview with JSON data. So Let’s get started. JSON for JavaFX tableview First of all, let us discuss why do we need to put JSON data in the JavaFX tableview. As we all know, APIs are everywhere. All the data is flowing between different applications via APIs. APIs send responses mainly in either JSON or XML format. JSON is much simpler, faster and readable as compared to XML. So, most of the […]

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JavaFX Material Design Setup Tutorial with JFoenix library

Hello, readers! I hope my previous posts on database design concepts with Oracle were useful. Here, I will discuss the JavaFX material design concepts and features. I use JFoenix library for Java which is a JavaFX material design library. Setup JFoenix JavaFX material design library in Netbeans     First of all, I will show you how to setup JFoenix library in Netbeans and Scene Builder so that you could add some JavaFX material design to your applications. So let’s start learning. The material design was developed by Google and makes use of grid-based layouts, responsive animations, and transitions. JavaFX […]

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