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By nfrankel
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Published: Nov 27 2013 / 09:11

I’m not a big fan of JavaFX: version 1 was just a huge failure, and investing in fat-client architecture in 2013 is either because you have very specific needs or are completely out of your mind. Nevertheless, I wanted to write about fat-client testing in “Integration testing from the trenches”, and JavaFX is the Java way for fat-client GUI.
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gcameo replied ago:

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It wasn't love spreading after all...more like JavaFx Bashing because oracle didn't cook it for u to eat in Eclipse. Oracle has primary interest Netbeans since its their IDE and a source of revenue so its only fair they do some samples in Netbeans and more likely, the JavaFX Developers will be primarily using Netbeans in their day to day activity! Just a little bit of googling would have shown you that JavaFX also runs on maven which eclipse "supposedly" understand. Next time do your research before coming to spread some "love"

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