Declarative, functional and extensible wrapper of JavaFX inspired by better parts of react and re-frame
JavaFX is a mature and powerful toolkit easily accessed from many different languages. You don't have to use Java and can even layer on top entirely different paradigms, like cljfx does with a ReactJS/Compose style functional rerendering system. It's also accessible to Truffle languages. But the default Modena theme looks dated, and JavaFX lacks a small number of standard modern controls like an animated toggle switch.
:ocean: Modern animation library for JavaFX. (by iamgio)
There are of course many other useful libraries out there like Animated, which implements implicit high level animations and transitions.
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