We’ve just rolled out another JavaFX 2.0 beta build (build 37) to get you access to FXML as quickly as possible (rather than wait until next weeks b38 release).
Whilst we rolled out b37 as soon as we could to get you access to FXML, we are still working on a sample of how to use it – and this will be in the next public beta build. Additionally, we are busily working on plenty of documentation on how to use FXML which will become available in our documentation area as soon as it is ready. Who knows, if there is enough pleading in the comments on this blog post, maybe I can try to get someone to write a blog post here about the wonders of FXML 🙂
Of course, along with b37 including FXML, it also contains a weeks worth of bug fixes, performance tweaks and necessary API changes (based in no small part on your feedback to our Jira tracker). As always, I look forward to hearing your feedback on this latest release. The best place to discuss JavaFX 2.0 is at the OTN forum, where many of the JavaFX team lurk. However, file your bug reports / request for enhancements directly to our Jira tracker if you want to maximise your chances of being heard!