Use Java and Java FX on a Raspberry PI

An introduction to Java programming for the Raspberry Pi

In this course I want to give you a quick getting-started with Java 11 and JavaFX 11 (and newer) on the Raspberry Pi.

What you’ll learn

  • In this course we will build a JavaFX application on PC resulting in a packaged jar-file. This can be run on a Raspberry PI after we installed the required Java dependencies..

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Setting up our Raspberry Pi –> 4 lectures • 4min.
  • Installing Java 11 on a Pi –> 5 lectures • 8min.
  • Creating a minimal Java FX application on the PC –> 2 lectures • 8min.
  • Running the minimal Java FX application on the Pi –> 1 lecture • 2min.
  • Attach some hardware to the Pi –> 3 lectures • 3min.
  • Building a Tiles FX application on the PC –> 4 lectures • 9min.
  • Running the Tiles FX application on the Pi –> 6 lectures • 8min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 1min.

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Requirements

  • (Limited) knowledge of Java and an IDE.
  • (Limited) knowledge of Raspberry Pi, GPIO’s, attaching a LED and button.

In this course I want to give you a quick getting-started with Java 11 and JavaFX 11 (and newer) on the Raspberry Pi.

It’s definitely not a full course on Java and JavaFX (there are already a lot of very good ones here on Udemy), but a guide to what you need to get a recent Java running on a Pi and to be able to control the GPIO’s via Java and show it in a nice dashboard-like JavaFX application.

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