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Why the New JavaFX Makes Sense

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Why the New JavaFX Makes Sense

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Thankfully, Oracle recently changed course and turned JavaFX from a dedicated language and a library to just a Java library (with some really cool stuff). I welcomed the change and thought it was for the better, but my opinion could not be called informed, because I had never worked with JavaFX Script. Thus, I’m glad that I’ve recently come across a post from someone who has worked extensively with it and still likes the change. He confirms my suspicions:

  • JavaFX Script was not as usable a language as Java: It was neither complete nor fast enough, and didn’t have the proper tools. JavaFX Script could have worked as a domain-specific language for Java, but the two were not well integrated.
  • Other JVM-based languages benefit. With the new approach, the JavaFX functionality is available to everything that runs on the JVM versus to just to JavaFX Script.

 

From http://2ality.blogspot.com/2010/12/why-new-javafx-makes-sense.html

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