CSS on javaFX

Tobias Bley tobi at ultramixer.com
Sun Apr 15 06:24:40 PDT 2012

If you are talking about css extensions please vote for native looking css skins too: http://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-20299


Am 15.04.2012 um 15:15 schrieb Stephen Winnall <steve at winnall.ch>:

> On 14 Apr 2012, at 02:20, Pedro Duque Vieira wrote:
>> CSS isn't even a language it lacks lots of common language constructs.
> That depends on what you understand as a "language".
> I would agree that CSS is not a programming language, but it is not intended to be. Nor is XML for that matter. Both CSS and XML are data description languages and - as such - capture the state of the described data at the point where the CSS or XML is loaded (by Scene.getStylesheets.add() or FXMLLoader.load() etc).
> The provision of "common language constructs" is what scripting languages provide. We have enough of those already without adding scripting constructs to CSS and XML. In the context of JavaFX, it may make more sense to use Java itself.
> I agree that Zonski's proposal is interesting. In the XML world there is data binding, which allows you to create mapping from XML schemas to Java Beans. Something similar for CSS would be very useful.
> Steve

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