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JavaFX Essentials

By : Mohamed Taman, Mohamed Taman
Book Image

JavaFX Essentials

By: Mohamed Taman, Mohamed Taman

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)
JavaFX Essentials
About the Author
About the Reviewers
Monitoring and Controlling Arduino with JavaFX

Using NetBeans with the Pi

After discussing our application logic and seeing how it works, it's time for the best part: building your application and running it on the Raspberry Pi using NetBeans. The steps are as follows:

  1. Right-click on the Chapter6 project in NetBeans Projects tab and select Properties.

  2. From the Project Properties box, select Run from the Categories menu to the left. You will see a dialog similar to the following screenshot:

    Project Properties dialog and the Run incarnation

  3. Click on the New button to the right of the selected Configuration. Set a name for the New Configuration (Pi Remote Config) and click on the OK button, as shown in the following screenshot:

    New Configuration

  4. Now you have to associate a remote JDK with your remote configuration. To do so, click on the combo box labeled Runtime Platform and select JavaFX on Raspberry Pi JDK 8 that you configured earlier. Don't forget to add the path for jfxrt.jar in VM Options:

    Remote Pi JDK association

  5. The final step is to build...