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Exadel JavaFX Studio Plug-in for Eclipse version 1.0.2

08.06.2009
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Exadel Studio JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.0.2 is now available.

 Features

  • Wizards:
    • Create JavaFX project
    • Create JavaFX script file
    • Create JavaFX class
  • Add/Remove/Edit JavaFX SDK
  • JavaFX editro
    • Error markers
    • Code highlighting
  • Deployment
    • Application (stand-alone)
    • JavaFX Applet
    • Java Web Start
  • Requirements
    • Eclipse 3.4, 3.5
    • Operating systems: Windows, Linux
    • Java 1.6
    • JavaFX 1.2

How to get started?

  1. Download it here (click on Download link in the menu on the left-hand side)
    1. How to install
  2. Read this getting started guide or the user guide
  3. Post any feedback or questions

What’s coming next?

  • Code assist (the editor will be aware in which JavaFX node you are and will only show code assist for your current location)
  • Code formatting, folding, highlighting to make it easier work in JavaFX editor
Note: with introduction of error markers, we changed how we work with JavaFX SDK and rely on JDK 1.6 thus Mac OS is not supported in this version.
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