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dlevancho
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any plans for javaFX , plus visual Designer support? if you can comeup with visual designer as good as flex builder that will be revolution ...
 
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Nothing is planned at the moment.

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I guess I have to crank up my netbeans then, alas...
 
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it is strange though, you implemented mattisse for swing nod dont support javaFX, little odd.
 
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Actually we are watching it to see where the demand goes, but it's very possible in the future.

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javaFX has future but it really depends, it has advantages that others suffer in, for example its multithreaded vs singlethreaded flex, but right now its dangling in the air due to lack of environment that can support sane enough development environment for javaFX .
.I think instead of watching you have to stand side by side with it ...
popularity of technology is highly depends on ease of development, and because , currently
myEclipse is closing in to be considered as standard for java Development, IMHO myEclipse has to stetep-up and create real momentum for javaFX and for itself to be first real IDE for javaFX , if that happens I will gladly move away from flex to javaFX and I think many will do the same.
 
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Hi,

well, in my opinion javafx looks really very promising. A good way would be to provide a way to create GUIs with matisse. A first step could be to provide a way to transform a .form - file to a javafx file. But there needs to be done a bit more work: attributes of components can be bound on values of other classes. those features should be integrated in matisse too. Don't know, if this is already done (because of beans binding).

Later there could be a more flexible builder to create flash-like GUIs.

IMHO JavaFX is the one way to create GUIs in the future of java. But there is still a way needed to combine it with existing java solutions. On the javafx mailinglist there are some discussions about this topic. It will need some more time, but with Matisse on board MyEclipse should work side by side with the development process and provide a common way to create full featured guis with javafx.

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dlevancho
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while

support-nipun wrote:
Actually we are watching it to see where the demand goes,.....


other vendors are delivering the tools
http://www.infoq.com/news/2008/06/flamingo-flex-and-java-dev


any update about javaFX plans?
 
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dlevancho,
Nothing concrete to announce yet. I know that's never what devs want to hear and I promise I'll shoot you something if we have announceable material in the coming months, but just nothing now.

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pczurak
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Does that mean you missed the boat, or do you think JavaFx is not going anywhere?

Kind of strange that Java tool company has no opinion / plans for JavaFx, I don't get it. I would think you would at least played with beta version and format some kind of opinion or plans.

Peter
 
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Peter,

We watch all technology stacks closely, Java or otherwise -- whatever our customers demand. JavaFX launch so far has been mixed, but we are still watching it.

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pczurak
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One reason it has been mixed is because it's lacking development tools.
It seems to me MyEclipse had a great opportunity to be one of the first tool makers for JavaFx. In two months I will be working on JavaFx project and I guess I will be using NetBeans because they have the best tools for JavaFx.

Peter
 
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so we cant us JavaFX in myeclipse.
 
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Any update on JavaFX Support ?
 
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support-chakri
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I have raised a PR requesting to include this feature in ME.
 
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