Is there any knowledge on the horizon on integrating JavaFX into Netbeans in the same way Swing is integrated into it?  Currently,  as I know it, you can generated a JavaFX gui - which generates a type of xml which you then need to import it into your Java application you could be developing in Netbeans.  I was waiting/hoping for the day when  FX get integrated into the Netbeans environment where I could simply drop an FX component into a  JPanel.

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