Developers wants to have editors with different themes for programming, generally it is boring to work with white and black editors which doesn’t make coding so much fun.Colorful Editor always makes coding fun and keep developers motivated.
Video shows how to install color theme pack to eclipse which enables users to change Editor themes.
After installation of color theme Pack from Eclipse Market , these is how users can apply their desired theme.
Below 2 steps are pre requisites for the JavaFx Development.
1. JavaFx instalattion to the eclipse.
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2. JavaFx SceneBuilder Installation
- User Interface can be designed using JavaFx Scene builder without coding.
- Users can drag and drop the components to the working area and modify the properties as per the needs and FXML code for the layout will be generated automatically in the background.
- FXMl file can be combined with Java Project by binding the UI to the business logic.
To Download JavaFX click here
Install the JavaFx Scene Builder after downloading by double clicking on the Java FX Scene Builder windows.msi file.
- Java VisualVM
- Java Mission Control
Both Profilers can be found in the JDK installation directory, as shown in the below video.
Download the RTC SCM tool from below link – SCM Tools
Video showing from where and how to download SCM Tool
Open the command line and go to the directory where you unzipped the downloaded file.
To launch the SCM tool run either scm or lscm. lscm a launcher for SCM and starts the daemon process which makes subsequent execution of commands consumes less startup time. Run ‘lscm help’ to display the list of the commands supported by the SCM tool.
~$ lscm help
~$ lscm login -r https://localhost:9443/ccm -n local -c -u ADMIN -P password
local is the Nick Name what i am using in the above command so I will be using same name in the below commands
-r, –repository-uri <arg> The URI that specifies the location of the repository.
-u, –username <arg> The user name for the repository.
-P, –password <arg> The password for the repository.
-n, –nickname <arg> The nickname of the repository.
-c, –cache Caches the password on prompt.
~$ lscm logout -r local
~$ lscm ls pa -r local
~$ lscm ls streams -r local
~$ lscm ls workspaces -r local
~$ lscm ls comp -r local -c admin
-c, –contrib <arg> The user id of the contributor to query about.
~$ lscm ls bl -r el –snapshot 5751
5751 is id of the snapshot
~$ lscm ls ss -r local