Take a look at the improvements we've made to the tutorials for JavaFX 1.1. Here's a brief synopsis:
Learning the JavaFX Script Programming Language
This tutorial has expanded narrative that cross-references the current topic with its corresponding discussion in the JavaFX Programming Language Reference. In addition, screenshots and code samples from various SDK demo applications make it easier to see how the concepts are used in the real world. This update also provides instructions for creating a project within the NetBeans IDE.
Building GUI Applications With JavaFX
This tutorial has added information about the two API profiles: Common and Desktop. New sections and demos explain how developers can use classes from the Common profile to create cross-platform applications (to run both on the JavaFX Mobile Emulator and in the desktop window).
Media Browser Tutorial
This tutorial includes three new modules. Module 4 Task 1 adds Flick scrolling capability, which converts a mouse drag to a scroll animation when the mouse is released, thereby moving the wall of thumbnail images. Module 4 Task 2 adds the ability to display multiple walls of thumbnails of media by providing a deck view of the walls, which can then be toggled to a single view of one of the walls. Module 5 Task 1 adds the ability to extend your JavaFX applications to mobile devices while retaining desktop functionality.
Be sure to check the JavaFX Learn page for additional new documentation and updates.