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Switching From Swing to JavaFX Posted: Apr 2, 2013 1:37 AM
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<p>There's an interesting article on the Oracle Technology Network by Björn Müller who discusses <a href="">the decision to move the CaptainCasa community built front-end infrastructure from Swing to JavaFX</a>. </p> <p>He talks about programming fads, HTML5, what CaptainCasa needed to achieve from a business application point of view and how JavaFX presented itself as a good solution. It's a good read if you're thinking about developing with JavaFX.</p> <p><em>Björn Müller is the founder and CEO of CaptainCasa Gmbh, a community of German software companies focused on client frameworks for large, long-lived application systems.</em> </p>

Switching From Swing to JavaFX originally appeared on Focus on Java on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 at 01:39:12.

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