Fx.Abstract.Delegate.Gui

trait Gui extends Event.Store.Provider

Source
__.scala
class java.lang.Object
trait scala.Matchable
class Any
class Fx.List[A]
class Fx.Table[Fx.Table.ROW]
class Fx.ComboBox[A]
class Fx.Cell
class Fx.Table.Cell[Fx.Table.Cell.ROW, V, A]
class Fx.Table.Cell.X.CheckBox[Fx.Table.Cell.X.CheckBox.ROW, V, A]
class Fx.Table.Cell.X.ComboBox[Fx.Table.Cell.X.ComboBox.ROW, V, A]
class Fx.Table.Cell.X.Label[Fx.Table.Cell.X.Label.ROW, V, A]
class Fx.Table.Cell.X.TextField[Fx.Table.Cell.X.TextField.ROW, V, A]
class Fx.Table.RowCell[Fx.Table.RowCell.ROW, Fx.Table.RowCell.VIEW]
class Fx.Label
class Fx.Button
class Fx.Chart
class Fx.Chart.XY[X, Y]
class Fx.Chart.Xy.X.Basic[X, Y, Fx.Chart.Xy.X.Basic.XA, Fx.Chart.Xy.X.Basic.YA]
class Fx.Pane
class Fx.Chart.Axis[A]
trait _events

Def

lazy protected val eventStore: Event.Store
Inherited from
Provider
Source
Provider.scala
final def real: Fx.Abstract.Delegate.Gui.REAL

JavaFX peer

JavaFX peer

Returns the real JavaFX peer, which makes GUI happen

JavaFx controls can be manipulated directly, especially for functionality not implemented in ScalqaFx

Source
__.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("scene_Opt")
Source
__.scala