JavaFX visual Designer Momentum for MyEclipse

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    while

    @support-nipun wrote:

    Actually we are watching it to see where the demand goes,…..

    other vendors are delivering the tools
    http://www.infoq.com/news/2008/06/flamingo-flex-and-java-dev

    any update about javaFX plans?

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    dlevancho,
    Nothing concrete to announce yet. I know that’s never what devs want to hear and I promise I’ll shoot you something if we have announceable material in the coming months, but just nothing now.

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    Does that mean you missed the boat, or do you think JavaFx is not going anywhere?

    Kind of strange that Java tool company has no opinion / plans for JavaFx, I don’t get it. I would think you would at least played with beta version and format some kind of opinion or plans.

    Peter

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    Peter,

    We watch all technology stacks closely, Java or otherwise — whatever our customers demand. JavaFX launch so far has been mixed, but we are still watching it.

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    One reason it has been mixed is because it’s lacking development tools.
    It seems to me MyEclipse had a great opportunity to be one of the first tool makers for JavaFx. In two months I will be working on JavaFx project and I guess I will be using NetBeans because they have the best tools for JavaFx.

    Peter

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    so we cant us JavaFX in myeclipse.

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    Any update on JavaFX Support ?

    #309051 Reply

    I have raised a PR requesting to include this feature in ME.

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