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Window size vs Scene size The javafx.scene.Scene class is responsible for rendering JavaFX 2.0 content. A scene can be placed into various containers, for example, javafx.stage.Stage or javafx.embed.swing.JFXPanel. The size of a container may be or may not be equal to the size of the scene attached to it. In some cases you might want to specify the content size, e.g. when showing a confirmation...
on Jun 23, 2011
JavaFX 2.0 Beta is out on May 26, 2011. There are many blogs posted about it already, http://fxexperience.com/ is the primary one, and I don't want to post yet another overview of what features are available. Instead, I would like to take a deeper tour into one particular component called JFXPanel What is JFXPanel? JavaFX 1.x provided a way to insert existing Swing components into FX scenes. It...
on Jun 2, 2011