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A way to create interfaces faster and automatically

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Hello there!

This post in my blog: talks about developing a new feature that could create controls to the JavaFx view based on field's annotations of java classes (POJO or JavaBean) .

Could you read this post and tell me what you think about it, give me some advices, etc?

Thank you
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Hi Bruno,

I applied a very similar solution for synchronizing data between Swing forms and JavaBeans and I can say it works really well.
I don't know how it would apply to Java FX, but I think you may be able to adopt your solution as well.
Bruno Eneas
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I tried something already in JavaFx. I'm gonna post this weekend at my blog what I've done.
The project that I started will be shared at GitHub and I'm gonna explain what is developed at my blog.

I had already developed a JavaBean x Swing automatic binding way in my graduation work.
But I didn't use annotations, so it wasn´t so easy to work with hehe.
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