As developers who like to play with cool new things, for some time we have been investigating the potential of PDF to JavaFX conversion. As it is not a commercial product for us, it’s fair to say that we have not given it quite as much love as it deserves. But as JavaFX grows we would like to spend more time playing with it and improving the output in the future.
Although currently available to download, we are pleased to announce that we have now added PDF to JavaFX functionality to our online tools, to allow you to convert from PDF to JavaFX online!
Simply upload a PDF file of your choosing, watch the progress bar count through the pages, and when completed, download the source files to copy into your IDE to build.
The more observant among you will notice that there is an option for convert to FXML that you can’t click on yet – stay tuned as this should hopefully be available to you in the very near future!
What do you think of the output?
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