Not flavors as in a taste test
(btw there were about 1600 entries just in
the first week), but flavors as in languages.
Kenji posted a nice example of how to dynamically
change the locale of a JavaFX application. Using the java.util.Locale
class from Java. Calling Java classes from JavaFX is of course very
easy, but there are occasional
gotchas to watch for.
And javafx.com is expanding on the
international scene, with new portuguese
and chinese editions.
If you need a deeper morphing of your JavaFX application travels the
world, perhaps you should give the UI elements Skins.
This article gives a nice
introduction to skinning UI controls in JavaFX, even though it
takes more than 5 mins