Using JavaFX in a NetBeans Application – Part 2

Part 1 discussed how to use JavaFX to visualize data and other content in a NetBeans Platform application window. We showed you how to create JavaFX content from a TopComponent using FXML and a FXML controller class. In this post we describe the communication strategies you can use when integrating JavaFX content within a TopComponent […]

Using JavaFX in a NetBeans Application – Part 1

We like the idea of visualizing application data with JavaFX. JavaFX makes it easy to add effects such as drop shadows, background gradients, and reflection to window content. You can also apply animations to rotate, scale, fade in or out, and move JavaFX elements. And, JavaFX is a viable solution if your visualization requirements include […]

JavaFX and the NetBeans Platform

We have just returned from JavaOne 2012 in San Francisco, energized with the prominence of both JavaFX and NetBeans talks. In particular, the NetBeans Platform enjoyed recognition during NetBeans Day and also in many sessions at JavaOne. One of these sessions was ours: Make Your Clients Richer: JavaFX and the NetBeans Platform. In this session […]