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Best Place to Learn JavaFX 1.2

 
John Aronson
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Hi Guys,

I like the concept of JavaFX and I'm working my way through the tutorials.

There's some bugs in the tutorials with the release of JavaFX 1.2. The language has changed under the tutorials [especially in the Media Browser Tutorial]. Is your book up to date with version 1.2?

Also do you think the JavaFX language has the capability to scale up to larger codebases?

John Aronson
 
vaibhav mishra
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John Aronson wrote:Hi Guys,



There's some bugs in the tutorials with the release of JavaFX 1.2. The language has changed under the tutorials [especially in the Media Browser Tutorial]. Is your book up to date with version 1.2?



John Aronson


javapassion have free tutorials which were updated 2 or 3 days ago for JavaFX 1.2 ,so you might head there.
 
Eric Bruno
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Our book went to press as v1.2 was released, so the code samples were written to v1.1. However, they work with v1.2, and we've provided updates to them on our site, jfxbook.com.
 
Lars Vogel
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A simple introduction for JavaFx and Eclipse can be found here: JavaFx 1.2 with Eclipse - Tutorial
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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