JavaFXComposer

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Revision as of 12:29, 18 March 2010

Contents

History

  • Preview 1 (JavaFX Composer 1.0 in the plugin manager) - Dec/14, 2009. Documentation for the first preview release (December 2009) is available here.
  • Preview 2 (JavaFX Composer 1.1 in the plugin manager) - Feb/15, 2010.

Overview

The JavaFX Composer is a plug-in for NetBeans IDE 6.8. It provides:

  • Visual editor for a form-like UI using components in JavaFX 1.2.1 SDK
  • Dynamic design editing based on states
  • Data access to Web Services, databases and local storages
  • Support for JavaFX binding
  • Simple animation editor
  • Multi-screen-size editing

Download

Download and install through NetBeans Update Center. See Getting Started tutorial for detailed information. Requires NetBeans 6.8 Patch 1 (use Update Center to install Patch 1) and JDK 1.6.

Screenshots

Demos

Tutorials

JavaFXdoc

There are a couple of classes generated into your project by the JavaFX Composer, especially related to data sources. These classes can be used even without using Composer and can be further extended by users to provide more functionality. We therefore provide online JavaFXDoc for these classes that is available here: JavaFXDoc

Feedback, Questions and Issues

Please, use the following mailing list for all JavaFX Composer related feedback, questions and issues:

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