JavaFX is the latest GUI toolkit for Java. It will allows users to develop more sophisticated UI applications (either totally in JavaFX or with Swing). We anticipate that Java developers will use JavaFX for new projects and integrate with Swing for existing applications, our viewer is one of them.

JavaFX PDF Viewer

Converting a Swing application into JavaFX – Listeners and…

Recently, I have been working on producing a PDF Viewer, which uses both Swing and JavaFX, in our JPedal PDF library. This has involved a...
Mark Stephens
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5 reasons why JavaFX is better than Swing for…

In 2014, we spent a lot of time creating a JavaFX PDF Viewer to complement our existing Swing PDF Viewer (there is a cutdown...
Mark Stephens
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Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for NetBeans –…

Introduction In our NetBeans plugin series, we have been building a JavaFX PDF viewer plugin for NetBeans IDE. We have added a lot of...
Mark Stephens
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Announcing a choice of Java Swing PDF Viewer or…

JavaFX is the new GUI library for Java, which really shines in Java8. JavaFX manages to be both much simpler to use than Swing and...
Mark Stephens
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Tutorial : How to Setup Key Combinations in JavaFX

At IDRSolutions we are currently in the process of Developing a JavaFX implementation of our PDFViewer. In previous JavaFX articles I have shown How...
Nathan Howard
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