Thursday Oct 18, 2012

Jerome has written a nice article on integrating SceneBuilder with several IDEs

My colleague Jerome Cambon has written a very nice article about how to get SceneBuilder working with several IDEs.

The JavaFX SceneBuilder is at the root a stand-alone tool - but there are various tweaks and tricks that you can use to make its use in conjunction with your favorite IDE a more enjoyable experience. In his article - Jerome shows how this can be done with NetBeans (7.3), Eclipse, with Tom's excellent e(fx)clipse plugin, and IntelliJ IDEA.

Good work Jerome!

Friday Jul 27, 2012

A nice article on NetBeans 7.2 and JavaFX SceneBuilder

The Java Jungle has a nice article on how to get started (fast) with JavaFX 2 and SceneBuilder. Indeed although SceneBuilder is a standalone tool which is IDE agnostic (see my post on connection to code) - using it in conjunction with NetBeans 7.2 is a sure way to get started fast with JavaFX 2.2!

Read more on The Java Jungle.

Monday Jun 25, 2012

Connecting SceneBuilder edited FXML to Java code

Recently I had to answer several questions regarding how to connect an UI built with the JavaFX SceneBuilder 1.0 Developer Preview to Java Code. So I figured out that a short overview might be helpful.

In this post I will give a very brief overview of what is FXML, what is SceneBuilder, and how to connect an UI built with SceneBuilder to your own application code.

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