This chapter gave us a very good understanding of how JavaFX-based applications can be developed and customized using RoboVM for iOS to make it possible to run your applications on Apple platforms.
You learned about RoboVM features and limitations, and how it works; you also gained skills that you can use for developing.
You then learned how to install the required software and tools for iOS development and how to enable Xcode along with the RoboVM compiler, to package and install the Phone Dial JavaFX-8-based application on OS simulators.
We have seen how we reused the same application we already developed in Chapter 4, Developing a JavaFX Application for Android, proving that the Java WORA paradigm works.
Finally, we provided tips on how to run and deploy your application on real devices.
The next chapter will open a window on the IoT development world; we are going to see how to buy a RaspberryPi model 2, install and configure raspbian-wheezy OS for development, and how to install...