Reactive Spring Boot: Part 3: JavaFX Spring Boot Application

This tutorial is a series of videos outlining a number of steps to build a full Spring Boot application featuring a Kotlin service back end, a Java client and a JavaFX user interface. This video will show how to create a Spring Boot JavaFX Application, so that JavaFX can take advantage of Spring features like…

How To Clean School Shoes At Home Video-Best Cleaning Method Of School White Shoes YouTube Video

You need not to waste your valuable time See the condition of the shoes. How bad they are If you want to shine your school shoes To a better condition. I will show you a simple trick The items you need is one brush This is simple washing brush And one washing soap And this…

G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE Nike Airforce 1 Paranoise

In this video, I’ll compare the G-Dragon Nike Air Force 1 collaboration product, aka GD Force. My video is not a comparison between genuine and fake In search of good quality goods This is a video to compare A-grade product with mirror-grade one. First of all, the product on the left Mirror-grade has better quality…

Guess That Shoe Challenge

Yo, y’all not gonna believe what we get we got something good. Show ya Alright what’s good a job? We’re out at project blitz in LA we got some kicks to show me also make sure you check out our previous vlog the past Couple days they’ve been insane right now I’ll let AJ take…

Maria and Chris go shopping in Gangnam, Seoul – On the go with EF #90

Hi guys. I’m in Seoul, Korea, and I’m so excited because I’m in Gangnam. Yes, that Gangnam from the famous song. Do you remember? Let’s go check it out. This is my friend Chris who is going to show me around Seoul today. Chris, tell us something about you. My name is Chris. I’m South…

How to Play Horseshoes : History of the Horseshoes

While we can talk in this clip about the history of horseshoes as some of us know it. There is so much folklore even if you don’t know a heck of a lot about you, you can kind of fake it I think. The fact is that I believe it started back in the 1700’s.…