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My New Favorite IDE for Compiled JavaFX Script Development

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My New Favorite IDE for Compiled JavaFX Script Development

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As you may know, in order to develop compiled JavaFX Script applications, it has been necessary to compile and run from the command line.  That is no longer true, as the compiled JavaFX Script plug-in is now available for NetBeans (6.1 beta).  Here's a screenshot of the program example (a Yahtzee dice roller and scorer) for my next blog post being developed in my new favorite IDE :-)

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The compiled JavaFX Script plug-in is built in the same continuous build that compiled JavaFX Script is, so updates will be available frequently.  To get both NetBeans 6.1 beta and the compiled JavaFX Script plug-in, visit the OpenJFX Community site and check for the JavaFX Script Plugin Daily Builds Available news item.

Enjoy!
Jim Weaver
JavaFX Script: Dynamic Java Scripting for Rich Internet/Client-side Applications

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