This chapter gave you a very good understanding of the mobile industry and how JavaFX-based applications can be developed and customized using different projects such as RoboVM for iOS and JavaFXPorts for Android to make it possible to run your application on both platforms.
We then learned how to install the required software and tools for Android development and to enable Android SDK along with JavaFXPorts libraries to package and install our dialer JavaFX-based application on a real Android device and submit it to Google Play Store.
We saw how to customize our application using CSS to have a different look and feel for the same application to make sure you have provided a different CSS for the Android version.
Next, we learned how to enable our device in the debugging mode to successfully install the application from
jfxmobile-plugin via the command line. Finally, we covered the four golden rules of testing.
The next chapter will not differ too much from this one, but will give you...