JavaFX Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $300.00 Posted
    Overview ------------- We are looking for a Java developer to develop our proprietary Java Library into a GUI driven application. The Java library works by analysing images, for specific watermarks, returning the result as a string. This job is to develop the library into an application, with a GUI (not to redevelop the library) – the core functionality will be provided. Deliverables ----------------- A GUI and Java application able to: • Allow a user to select a directory of folders / subfolders to search for ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $350.00 Posted
    We are looking for a Java Swing developer, to work on an existing Java application improving its current GUI. The application is a video player using jVLC with some other functions. Therefore, experience with JavaCV/OpenCV is desirable. The improvements needed to be made include: - Minor GUI changes - Minor functional changes - Fix minor bugs - Fix a bug which means exporting a clip from a video, makes the clip much larger than the original video - Integrate if possible a rewind option ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $300.00 Posted
    We are looking for a Java Swing developer, to work on an existing Java application improving its current GUI. The application scans images for particular features, then returns the results in tabs based upon the result. The improvements needed to be made include: - Minor GUI changes - Implementing an open scan, save scan, close scan system, to allow users to re-open scans etc - Maximising the application to fit the window, but still ensuring all available space is used - Adding an extra ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $55.00 Posted
    Purpose of this project is to take an existing GUI and re design it for customer user friendliness. This involves deleting some fields, and keeping others All the .jar files are provided This will be an ongoing project. As newer version come out, we will need updates on our GUI. to be noted that you will need to be able to decompile .class
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