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communicate with a server is not JavaFX speciffic. You can use any "Java way" to access web-services or http requests. Try Axis2, it creates you the client API from the WSDL (the webservices on your server should provide the WSDL), than you can use this created client API to access the web-service in your JavaFX application. (see: http://people.apache.org/~ruchithf/hw-axis2/). You should be aware that by default you are working on one Application Thread (JavaFX as well as Swing and SWT), so when your first poc. is running you should use the javafx concurrent api, to create non blocking requests (http://docs.oracle.com/javafx/2/threads/jfxpub-threads.htm).