So far, we have been learning how to develop JavaFX enterprise applications for both desktops and the Web.
In this chapter, we gained the skills to develop any application, starting with sketching a layout on a piece of paper; next, we translated it into an actual interactive, colorful UI prototype. We saw how to nest our containers and controls to achieve the desired layout. Once we got the approvals for final development, we brought the application to life by making it respond to customer actions and by delivering the functional requirements.
We made our code more powerful, clean, and concise with the power of Java SE 8 features and JavaFX bindings. Finally, we learned how to deploy our application either to the target desktop customers or Web users for different platforms and environments.
In the next chapter, we are going to learn how to develop a JavaFX application for Android-based smart phones. Additionally, we will learn the required skills to download and install Android SDK...