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About This Document
This tutorial describes the capabilities provided by the
javafx.concurrent package to create multithreaded applications. You find out how to integrate JavaFX content into Swing applications and vice versa, how to use Swing components in JavaFX applications. You also learn how to add a JavaFX scene graph to a Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) application and how to make SWT and JavaFX controls interoperate.
This document is intended for JavaFX developers.
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