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  1. In Topic: [Link] How to Kill Java dead, dead, dead

    Posted 20 Jan 2013

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    I do think Netbeans is the best Java IDE, and it is the only one I use. Just to put that out there.


    I get it. Its all done for you since you use Netbeans.

    File -- New Project -- JavaFx -- and BOOM. w/e
  2. In Topic: [Link] How to Kill Java dead, dead, dead

    Posted 20 Jan 2013

    View Postfarrell2k, on 20 January 2013 - 10:29 AM, said:

    View Postquim, on 20 January 2013 - 08:50 AM, said:

    View PostGhlavac, on 20 January 2013 - 01:26 AM, said:

    You don't need the scene builder to do fx2, also there's already plugins available for eclipse for it.


    When i started using JavaFX they didnt have nay Eclipse Plugins, only Netbeans.
    Can you share the link?

    You don't need any plugins at all. JavaFX is just another Java API. You can create your fxml files and everything through eclipse. No plugins.


    Obviously I know JavaFX does not need any plugin to program, but it would be a lot easier if they provided a plugins that integrated with various IDEs.
    It would be much easier to setup the environment. I am talking about marketing, making it reachable to more developers
    By the way you also don’t need IDE’s to program in Java.
    But, do you rather use an IDE, or do you use a notepad instead?
    Also, you don’t need the Android Development Plugin.
    But, do you rather have one available, or do you prefer wasting time setting up the environment?
    Android Development would not appeal to many developers if Google did not make plugin available for developers.
    I hope you get my point.
  3. In Topic: [Link] How to Kill Java dead, dead, dead

    Posted 20 Jan 2013

    View PostGhlavac, on 20 January 2013 - 01:26 AM, said:

    You don't need the scene builder to do fx2, also there's already plugins available for eclipse for it.


    When i started using JavaFX they didnt have nay Eclipse Plugins, only Netbeans.
    Can you share the link?
  4. In Topic: [Link] How to Kill Java dead, dead, dead

    Posted 19 Jan 2013

    The problem is not with Java the problem is with Oracle. This Dude knows database, but he (Oracle) knows nothing about programming languages, and he has been doing a bad job marketing Java.

    JavaFX is great, very easy to use with MVC and integrates well with modern technologies such as HTML5, CSS. But, Oracle is stuck with their Netbiens. They don’t try to develop any JavaFX plugins to integrate with other IDE’s.

    They dont do a good job marketing JavaFX. So alot of people dont know about JavaFX, and instead they use Silverlight (WPF) or Flex.

    Google helps them out by making Java the language programming for Android, and what Oracle does? They try to sue Google.
  5. In Topic: [Link] How to Kill Java dead, dead, dead

    Posted 17 Jan 2013

    That article is so stupid, and was probably written by someone that really hates Java.
    Java still has a long way ahead.

    Have you heard of JVM languages?
    Groovy, Scala, Clojure,...
    TRUE, they are replacing Java, but they all compile to Java Bytecode which need the JRE.

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