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JavaFX with eclipse

 
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Good morning,
I don't know a lot about this JavaFX, but me I work with eclipse, and I'd like to know is this JavaFX, easy to integrate in eclipse environment or other JAVA IDE.
Other things, is javaFX mature to be user in business application.
best reguard.
Hassan
 
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i would suggest that you use netbean for javafx. do use the latest version. it has better support than eclipse for now.
 
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bryan lim wrote:i would suggest that you use netbean for javafx. do use the latest version. it has better support than eclipse for now.

6.7.1 to be more specific, that is not so obvious from netbeans site
 
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thanks Aurelian Tutuianu. you are right.
http://www.netbeans.org/downloads/ select the javafx download
 
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I have tried using JavaFx plugin for Eclipse. I faced a problem while getting it to work. I had to change over to NetBeans. If you use NetBeans you do not have to worry about adding plugins. You can select the JavaFx package and it comes ready with NetBeans.
 
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Besides Sun's Eclipse plug-in (which I'm going to assume you tried), there is also free Exadel Studio JavaFX pug-in for Eclipse. You can download it here: http://exadel.com/web/portal/javafxstudio.

Max
http://mkblog.exadel.com
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