Until Version 1.5.x Sapphire depends on ScalaFX, a DSL for JavaFX written in Scala.
Version 1.6.x and newer versions are built without direct ScalaFX dependency, because ScalaFX (JavaFX UI DSL) is not basicly needed for sapphire functionality. However, it can be used on top of this framework as a very useful addition in writing JavaFX Applications.
Most of my own applications use scalafx because of a very useful DSL and some nice wrapper functions around javafx with extended functionality and / or the more scala friendly syntax.
Documentation can be found at www.scalafx.org/docs/home/
Documentation is a little bit out of date, but there are also some other places to find useful information.
Include following snippet in your build.sbt file:
libraryDependencies += "org.scalafx" %% "scalafx" % "12.0.2-R18"
In your classes add scalafx Includes to your imports:
Sapphire IssueTrackingLite Demo in the sapphire-core demo section use scalafx.
I use ScalaFX in nearly all of my projects.
- UI DSL for declarative scene graph objects creation
- Automatic conversion to Scala
- Scala like Collection support