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Adam Bien: Is JavaFX Ready for the Enterprise? Or Why Should You Care (11 Questions and Answers)

Adam Bien asks Is JavaFX Ready for the Enterprise? Or Why Should You Care (11 Questions and Answers):

1. Easy start: Starting with Java FX is surprisingly easy. You can build your first application in minutes. There are many "hello world" tutorials out there. That is important for the first impression and so adoption. The tutorials, however, are more focussed on visual effects and less on clean application structure, patterns and code organization. Good IDE support. 2. The plain IDE support (e.g. editing experience) is still not as good as Java. You get basic refactorings like e.g. renaming methods, classes and packages, moving artifacts etc. More sophisticated refactorings like e.g. extract method, extract attribute, quick fix etc. are still not available. The tool support right now is, however, orders of magnitude better than it was at the beginning of Java...