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Franco Martinig

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An RCP with JavaFX 2 Controls? Posted: Mar 27, 2013 4:36 AM
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“Different RCPs offer different techniques and components for visualizing data. The most commonly used visualizations are in the form of trees, tables, or lists. With the availability of JavaFX 2 and its Java APIs, it is time to rethink how these visualizations represent data. This session demonstrates how using UI controls available with JavaFX 2 APIs can help you improve the visualization of data inside a standard Swing application such as on the NetBeans RCP itself. With the power of JavaFX 2.0, the most common representation will get an extreme makeover ...

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