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Will Google replace Java with Kotlin?

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What I think of JavaFX

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Not following. What is the connection between Google and JavaFX?
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All that code shows is how to mess up legibility with long lines.
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If anyone's interested, this is the text inside the program:

JavaFX gave me shell shock, at one point I was seriously going to junk it, just as Oracle did.

On top of that, the reminders that Google is going to replace Java with Kotlin altogether, which at first, I thought was a bit far fetched b/c of their Java-based ecosystem.

When I started learning Android, Java and PHP a couple of years ago, I thought they were great, still do, but if Google is going to get rid of Java, maybe it's time I get rid of JavaFX, which does not have support from anywhere except Javaranch.

Then I thought to myself that I still have to invest in Maven and possibly Spring. I managed to get the hang of placing the FXMLLoaders in the right place depending on the MVC directory, But I do not want to have a new product, Kotlin, in my already extensive ecosystem so am very interested in Google's next step. But can't imagine moving away from Java since my next step is IoT...

What's Oracle after with all these law suits? Money, I suppose.

Maybe this belongs in the MD forum?
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