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Griffon and Groovy with JavaFX

Federico Carbonell

Joined: Jan 21, 2006
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Do you think Griffon and Groovy with JavaFX can be a killer combination? I could easily see this as a future standard.
Burk Hufnagel
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My understanding is that Griffon is a framework written in Groovy to produce Swing applications, so I don't see how you'd use that with JavaFX since they seem to cover a lot of the same ground.

On the other hand, Dierk K├Ânig of Canoo Engineering presented a talk at JavaOne titled, "JavaFX Programming Language + Groovy = Beauty + Productivity" on using Groovy and JavaFX together. It was a good talk, and Sun has made the PDF available at, though you probably have to join the Sun Developer Network (it's free) to get it.

I hope this helps,
Burk Hufnagel

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eric moon
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Griffon is just now supporting javafx. A little early to tell where this will lead. Interested in hearing from anybody who has tried it.

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