|Re: [GEF5] Using GEF5 without JavaFX [message #1793769 is a reply to message #1793563]
||Wed, 15 August 2018 13:00
|| Matthias Wienand
Registered: March 2015
GEF is tightly coupled to JavaFX. However, you can use all parts of the framework that do not depend on JavaFX:|
- GEF Common (except for the beans.* packages, probably needs some effort to setup)
- GEF Geometry (except for the convert.fx module)
- GEF Graph
- GEF Layout
However, the main MVC.FX component really does need JavaFX. So, you would have to implement custom controllers, exchanging JavaFX Node with another VisualRootType. The same applies to the event handling, i.e. you can reuse some code, but you need to rewrite a lot of code, too, due to event types, event listening, etc.
I believe GEF does provide a nice structure to start with, but it will still be a lot of work.
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