Prentice Hall, 2009; 360 pages.
Sun Microsystems Press
Note: Essential JavaFX is based on JavaFX Script, which is no longer supported. Although many of the underlying concepts (such as Controls, Nodes, high-level transitions, easy animation, and the JavaFX Scene Graph) still apply, JavaFX is now a Java-based API. Thus, JavaFX is much more accessible to Java Programmers. In fact, as of JDK 8, JavaFX comes standard with the JDK.
For updated information on JavaFX, see our JavaFX Programming video and the following chapters in JavaFX Rich Client Programming and the NetBeans Platform.
- Introduction to JavaFX (Chapter 3)
- Working with JavaFX (Chapter 4)
- JavaFX Charts (Chapter 15)
The Anderson Software Group has been involved with JavaFX since its initial release.