JavaFX is a software platform for creating and delivering rich internet applications (RIAs) that can run across a wide variety of devices. JavaFX is intended to replace Swing as the standard GUI library for Java SE.

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Running tests on both JavaFX and Swing using Junit

In a previous article I began to describe how you can set up a test frame using JUnit and Jemmy that could easily be...
Kieran France
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How to write a Media Player in JavaFX using…

In my previous article “How to write a Media Player in JavaFX using NetBeans IDE – Part 1 “ I showed you how to...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
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How to write a Media Player in JavaFX using…

At IDR Solutions I have been busy working with JavaFX Viewer and NetBeans IDE, which allows me to explore new features of JavaFX as...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
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What is the difference between Java and JavaFX?

In my last article I explained the difference between HTML5 and SVG. Since then, another request has been for a simple answer to the...
Mark Stephens
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How to write a WebBrowser plugin in JavaFX for…

At IDR Solutions lately, I have been working a lot with the NetBeans platform has part of my preparation for my talk ‘Lessons Learned...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
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