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What is the best to achieve this sort of layouts ? (Newbie)

Trupti Mehta
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Joined: Oct 08, 2000
Posts: 79


Hi all,

I am a newbie for JavaFX. I want to develop a client which has tiles and on clicking a tile again other tiles appear. Finally a other layout for entry/view appears.

I belive for this I got to have different layout classes for each and call one by one in the main class. But am not able to get how to achive this. I read couple of turotials but couldn't get what I want to achieve.

What is the best possible way to achieve this? Please try to help me at the earliest. Any help is highly appreciated.


Regards,
Trupti (SCJP)
Gerhard Heil
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Joined: Dec 19, 2011
Posts: 6
Hello Trupti,

I am a JavaFx newbie also; it looks as if your application is a my JavaFx game (a kind of Sokoban game). I have a grid of 22 * 22 tiles, located at certain positions:

ImageView le_buildingView[][] = new ImageView[22][22];
for (nRow = 0; nRow < 22; nRow++) {
for (nCol = 0; nCol < 22; nCol++) {
le_buildingView[nCol][nRow] = new ImageView ();
le_buildingView[nCol][nRow].setX (nCol * 26 + 178);
le_buildingView[nCol][nRow].setY (nRow * 26 + 40);

leView.getChildren ().add (le_buildingView[nCol][nRow]);
 
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