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Java 9: Building Robust Modular Applications by Jason Lee, Peter Verhas, Dr. Edward Lavieri

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Testing the function

To help test and demonstrate the system, we'll create a new module, called manager, in the CloudNotice project. To do that, click on the modules node in the NetBeans project explorer, then click on Create New Module... | Maven | JavaFX Application. Call the project Manager and click on Finish.

I have renamed MainApp to CloudNoticeManager, FXMLController to CloudNoticeManagerController, and Scene.fxml to manager.fxml.

Our Application class will look a little different than in previous JavaFX applications. Some of the AWS client APIs require that they be shut down explicitly when you are finished with them. Failure to do so means that our application won't fully quit, leaving behind zombie processes that must be killed. ...

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