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JavaFX Rich Client Programming on the NetBeans Platform by Gail Anderson, Paul Anderson

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15. JavaFX Charts

Before JavaFX, Swing developers had to rely on third-party libraries for chart components. Now that JavaFX is part of the JDK, developers can use the JavaFX Charts API to visualize data in their applications. And with the NetBeans Platform, you have the beauty of JavaFX charts and the architectural advantages of a sophisticated framework that lets you build applications with integrated JavaFX and Swing content.

This chapter shows you how to use the JavaFX Charts API with the NetBeans Platform. You’ll learn how to create modular, loosely-coupled applications that display data with a wide variety of chart types in separate windows. You’ll also learn how to apply JavaFX features such as animation, effects, and event handling to ...

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