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By Cameron McKenzie
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Published: Oct 31 2013 / 08:44

In spite of JavaFX's steep learning curve, its "eye candy factor" convinced Lynden Inc. senior software architect Rob Terpilowski to leave Swing behind and use JavaFX to design rich user interfaces (UI) when building and deploying multi-platform client applications. JavaFX's main draw is its easier path to creating user effects like reflections or drop shadows, "the things that actually can give a user interface a sense of realism and depth," he said.
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