Learning JavaFX


Even as the team thinks about what might be included in the next release of JavaFX, the expanding series of new articles on topics like JavaScript to JavaFX communication, incorporating media, and zooming and panning on mobile at javafx.com, all the upcoming books, its good to remember that really the only way to learn a new programming language is by writing programs in it.

Which is why the JavaFX sample apps online are so useful (you may be interested to know which one is the most popular, and most requested), both as a mini-showcase (not the only one) of what you can do with JavaFX, but allowing learning through imitation.

So this short set of videos posted earlier this week is extra useful: shows you how to extract the JavaFX samples apps included in the JavaFX support in NetBeans as NetBeans projects and run them.
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