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Is your book going to include tutorial for JFXtras library

 
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I mean , JFXtras is really great library and might be the only one available so it is really very important,
since fxutil and atomic tile become dormant , and it is only one in very active development(also updated for JavaFX 1.2).
 
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I doubt that we will cover JFXtras separately. However, I am an active contributor to the JFXtras project.

 
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Thanks for the reply, I think JFXtras project lack proper documentation, more than often I have to refer to for example Java counterparts for documentation , btw the project is awesome and provide tremendous amount of functionality, inclusion of miglayout alone is great.
 
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