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Porting Swing-based application to Java FX 2.0 codebase

Haina Minawa
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Joined: Oct 13, 2011
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Hi,

I am interested in this topic also, as I am planning to upgrade my old Swing-based application to Java FX.
I haven't had experience with JavaFX yet, so my concern is whether JavaFX worth to upgrade? and how much effort would be made?
My Swing app is quite complex.
Mohamed Sanaulla
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If you want to learn the changes in JavaFX and want to explore you can cutover to JavaFX codebase. I really cant comment on the effort required. But depending on the features used in your swing application it would varies. But definitely it will be a learning experience. I think its good to know JavaFX if you are working on Swing or Desktop based UI applications.


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Haina Minawa
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Thanks Mohamed for being interested in my post.

Actually I am considering to upgrade my Swing app to JavaFX 2.0 for smoother GUI. Yes, I agree with you, I should learn it first.

Also thank for the moderator who created a separate thread for my post.
 
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