913150 wrote:Funny how you rant about all that and still demand answers about Eclipse in the Oracle Java forum.
I appreciate someone is providing "homemade" plugins but when You want design reliable application it is better to use some widely supported solution.
Tom Schindl is the only one person who takes care about this stuff. For me it is not an option :(
I am using Eclipse because my company uses it. I used to Eclipse. However when it comes to test some new technologies form Java world I see problems.
Oracle drives Java development - they launched GlassFish, Netbeans, JavaFX.... etc. Eclipse has to catch up with every new thing but it takes time.
Assuming NetBeans developers are in better situation. Easy Glassfish integration, embeded support for JavaFX....
I don't like to use two IDE's pararelly.
Is there any chance that official plugin for JavaFX 2.0 will be available?