JavaFX is a set of graphics and a media package that enables developers to design, create, test, debug, and deploy rich client applications that operate consistently across diverse platforms, in one bundle, without the need for many separate libraries, frameworks, and APIs to achieve the same goal. These separate libraries
Any program that uses a graphical user interface, such as a Java application written for Windows is event driven. Events are supported by a number of packages, including java.util, java.awt and java.awt.event. Most events to which your program will respond are generated when the user interacts whit a GUI based
Transition instead of simple Animation in Android There is no need for animation effects on views in Android, no need for fast hardware for smooth transitions with these Transition features between activities giving your application stylish entrance. We need two separate Activities and their layout, let say StartActivity and EndActivity.
What is Broadcast Receiver? Broadcast Receivers simply respond to broadcast events from other apps or from the Android operating system. These events, like, phone booting, low battery, charger connected, are sometime called intents. For example, applications can also initiate broadcasts to let other applications know that some data has been