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Which framework is best for JavaFx

 
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Hi

I am new to Java and I need to develop a desktop application with JavaFx. Cross platform independence,rich GUI,modularity,easy maintenance are the key goals of the application. I also need to communicate to the hardware using serial port communication.

Will it be better to use some 3rd party frame work for JavaFx or can I do the implementation in MVC pattern?


Since this is the first piece of work that I will be doing using Java, are there any checkpoints that I need to focus on before starting off with the development? Please share your suggestions.
 
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MVC is a pattern, it doesn't matter which GUI framework you are going to adopt to follow it.
 
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And, Welcome to the Ranch!
 
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