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I like how the sdk is shaping up. Are there any plans to make the javafx.ext.swing classes Nodes?

Also, maybe I am just too used to Swing, but why not just use a Grid Panel and some buttons to achieve the same effect? What is the benefit to laying out everything the way you did it? I see what can be done, but not why it is better.
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>>I like how the sdk is shaping up. Are there any plans to make the javafx.ext.swing classes Nodes?

Yes, I believe that the plans are to "nodify" some of the Swing classes, which would most like be realized as making them subclasses of Node.

>Also, maybe I am just too used to Swing, but why not just use a Grid Panel and some buttons to achieve the same effect? What is the benefit to laying out everything the way you did it? I see what can be done, but not why it is better.

I believe that the plan is to create node-based versions of some of the layout managers, that both contain graphical nodes and *are* graphical nodes themselves. Like you, I hope that one of these new layout classes acts like a GridPanel. I also hope that there is are node-centric versions of BorderPanel and FlowPanel (to name a couple more).

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