CSS on javaFX

Pedro Duque Vieira pedro.duquevieira at gmail.com
Sat Apr 14 06:52:50 PDT 2012

I agree with you Johan, I also don't think the two approaches are not
mutually exclusive. As you said I think the best would be to have both
And as I said CSS would be good to attract designers to JavaFX  and also to
absorb the years of knowledge and work done with it.

Thanks, best regards,

> Hi,
> Whether CSS is great or not, I agree with the conclusion that it would
> be great to offer something to developers as well. Personally, I lost
> lots of time with typo's in css, and a type-safe way of applying styles
> would help me.
> On the other hand, I guess that more than half of the developers that
> could use JavaFX would prefer changing css files rather than writing
> code. Hence, I don't think that the two approaches are mutually
> exclusives -- "raw" css files should still be supported, but a
> programmatic way to manipulate would be very much appreciated by
> developers like me.
> I voted  http://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-17293 up
> - Johan

Pedro Duque Vieira

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