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Eclipse RCP vs Java FX

jaya moorthy
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Is it possible to integrate Eclipse RCP applications with Java FX? Or is migration possible?
Campbell Ritchie
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Hendrik Ebbers
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Hi,
you can combine SWT (The Eclipse UI Toolkit) and JavaFX. The SDK includes a special jar that contains all the classes that are needed to add JavaFX Scenes, Nodes and Controls in a SWT / Eclipse RCP application. In my book there is a (short) chapter about this topic.


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Here is a tutorial: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/javafx/interoperability-tutorial/fx-swt_interoperability.htm#JFXIP101
 
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