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comment Using MVC in a Java app
It should be noted that JavaFX currently doesn't have any accessibility support. That can be a deal breaker for some (it was for me) and will have to continue to use Swing.
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comment Using MVC in a Java app
That "best IDEs in the world" link should really just point to IntelliJ IDEA ;) Great answer, very informative, thanks!
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comment Using MVC in a Java app
Great! If you decide to use the MVP pattern, here's a link that provides an example in JavaFX code.google.com/p/pennychecker-presenter/wiki/JavaFxMvpExample
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comment Using MVC in a Java app
I have to down vote due to how wrong this answer is. As Andrew Finnel points out, JavaFX is much faster than Swing.
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