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Sai Dandem

Sai Pradeep Dandem is an Engineering graduate in Electronics and Communications. Currently working as Technical Leader in e-Zest and has 7 years of experience in Java/J2EE technologies. His main areas of interest are working and exploring on various client side technologies.

Recent Posts by Sai Dandem:

PatternLock in JavaFX

Warning : This pattern is patented (http://www.google.com/patents/US20110283241). Not suitable for professional usage !!

Topics: Java Mobile Development Technology

Magnifier in JavaFX 2

JavaFX is amending day by day and adding more fasinating features over time.The interesting part is its ability to create customized controls as per the user requirements.It is fun to write another blog related to a new component which works like a magnifying glass. Ofcourse I named it as "MagnifierPane" :).

Topics: JavaFX 2 Java Technology Magnifier in JavaFX 2

Gradients In JavaFX

One of the very interesting features of JavaFX is its ability to have gradients (Linear or Radial) to the background color of the nodes. In this blog I am going to explain in detail about each gradient and its parameters.

Topics: JavaFX javafx 2.0 Linear Gradient Radial Gradient JavaFX Application Development Gradient Parameters Technology

Scroller control in JavaFX 2

JavaFX 2.x has many fascinating and useful controls. Among them “TabPane” is also one of the control. Here I am not going in detail about TabPane control, but I would like to inform that there might be some situations where we would like to have a control particularly like the TabPaneHeader ie., adding buttons/nodes dynamically and the scrolling behavior. For example, creating a custom browser layout, adding options scroll in the ribbon bar etc... The basic idea of developing this control is taken from Mozilla tab control.More or less this also includes the behavior of Horizantal ListView. :-)

Topics: Team Java Scroller Control JavaFX javafx 2.0 Technology

Sliding in JavaFX (It’s all about clipping)

JavaFX animation package provides many amazing animation/transition effects. Let’s look into another effect, “Sliding” effect of node (relative to the parent node). The term ‘relative’ refers to, like the node should hide relatively under the parent node by sliding. If you are familiar with “Titled Pane”, I am speaking about the same effect how the content of the pane is shown and hide. I am trying to achieve this with some simple logic and using some properties of a node.

Topics: JavaFX Sliding Technology

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