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NetBeans Platform with JavaFX 2.0ea

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NetBeans Platform with JavaFX 2.0ea

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Take 60 minutes to understand the Power of the Actor Model with "Designing Reactive Systems: The Role Of Actors In Distributed Architecture". Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend.

Alan O’Leary shows in his blog a WebView integration in Swing. It is a not well documented feature, the integration of JavaFX 2.0 controls into a Swing application. But integration is the main goal for the JavaFX 2.0 release.

As an enthusiastic NetBeans Platform developer and JavaFX partner, I've worked over the last two days to marry JavaFX 2.0 and a NetBeans Platform Application. And yes, it works:

Read all the details of how to achieve the above here.

Learn how the Actor model provides a simple but powerful way to design and implement reactive applications that can distribute work across clusters of cores and servers. Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend.

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