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JavaFX™: Developing Rich Internet Applications by Eric Bruno, Jim Connors, Jim Clarke

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2JavaFX for the Graphic Designer

“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.”

—Scott Adams

Graphic Design and JavaFX

In a JavaFX environment, the goal for the graphic designer is to use his or her creativity to forge graphical assets and then export them for JavaFX in the form of JavaFX Objects. First, the graphic designer helps to design the visual presentation and then often generates his or her designs using various symbols, drawings, texts, images, colors, and special effects. After the graphic designer generates the graphical assets in the form of JavaFX Objects, it is up to the application developer to use those graphical objects in a Rich Internet Application.

Typically, graphic designers use ...

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