NetBeans support for JavaFX for iOS is out!

The basic NetBeans 7.4 module that allows JavaFX development for iOS is ready and out for your testing. This module is targeted on MacOS environment for now, but with the iPack tool integration it will work also on other platforms - limited only by availability of RoboVM which is used inside this project. It contains two template applications, one traditional HelloWorld and one more complex with a nice animations called GoldenFish.

This module is a result of tight cooperation between our and the NetBeans teams. You can get more details about this module here: http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/52156/javafx-for-ios-project-support

Please bear in mind that this is just basic support. There is still a lot ahead of us!


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Thank you for this informative blog. Access a range of resources for developing, designing and distributing applications for iOS.

Posted by Dennise Laurel on February 02, 2014 at 03:02 PM CET #

Thanks!

Posted by richard on February 03, 2014 at 07:31 AM CET #

I have tried out the GoldenFish - nice!!
You write that there is still a lot to do. How can I find out, what things need to be done - what parts are not working yet or are missing?

Posted by FilterPunk on March 09, 2014 at 11:19 PM CET #

Hi,

I'm having trouble to make this work.

Do you know where I can get support?

I've downloaded netbeans 7,4 and then added the plugin. Then I created the goldfish project and then build it. Then try to run it 'Custom -> run on Iphone simulator' and get this error:

Failed to execute goal org.robovm:robovm-maven-plugin:0.0.7.2:iphone-sim (default-cli) on project ios: Execution default-cli of goal org.robovm:robovm-maven-plugin:0.0.7.2:iphone-sim failed: java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "xcode-select": CreateProcess error=2, Det går inte att hitta filen -> [Help 1]

Any idea?

Kind regards
Jörgen

Posted by Jörgen Johansson on March 31, 2014 at 07:53 PM CEST #

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