I'm trying to make a program which incorporates multiple different "elements" into the same Stage.
The elements each have their own layouts, which I would like to keep separate, as they are generated in their own classes.
The problem I have found is when I try and join them together onto a single scene.
I'm just wondering if there is a tool similar to a panel in other languages which itself has a layout, but can also be placed inside a layout, so that each of the different elements 'panels' can be generated in their respective classes, and then placed in a layout on the final scene/stage.
This might seem like a dumb question, please let me know if I haven't explained myself properly.
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· March 8, 2015
After spending quite a bit of time playing with my IDE, I found that you can layer 'Panes' on top of each other. (duh )
So, I create multiple different panes in the respective classes (quite a few GridPanes), add them to a Vbox pane and then initialise the scene with that Vbox pane.
Java / Android Development
Very popular language used to create desktop applications, website applets, and Android apps.
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