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Integration of javafx form to swing JOptionPane

 
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Hi All,

I am trying a add a registration form(written in javafx) to my swing application.
I wanted to display this form as a popup , once register button is clicked.
I have written demo class below so far.The problem is JOptionPane is not able to display whole form.I am new to both swing and javafx.
Any help much appreciated.

Thanks.

 
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I don't advise mixing JavaFX and Swing unless you are embedding in a large existing framework like NetBeans RCP - even then, evaluate your options.
If you are new to both Swing and JavaFX, I especially don't recommend mixing the two toolkits - even more so if you are a bit uncomfortable with concurrency related tasks. If you don't have much experience in either Swing or JavaFX, I recommend learning and using only JavaFX for new developments.

Java 8u40 includes a JavaFX Alert class which can do pretty much everything you could do with a JOptionPane and is probably more flexible than a JOptionPane, plus it integrates better with JavaFX, so I advise you to use that rather than a JOptionPane - see a quick tutorial on JavaFX dialogs.

Thanks for supplying a test case, I haven't had a chance to look at it in detail - if I do, I'll provide more specific feedback.
 
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