Java Menu (2016)
This video showcases a piece of a larger application I worked on for a public display application
in the CYGNSS mission headquarters.
This menu selection system I wrote, in Java, is the user control interface, so people can control
the parent application via keypad.
In the full application, the thumbnails,
labels, and descriptions are passed from the parent app.
The menu can work as a standalone application, that can pull in text for the description area, and scales the font to fit. The number of menu items can be updated with the change of a variable, and the program detects when the slide out bars need to slide left so they appear on the screen.