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By rob_dimarco
Published: Sep 05 2007 / 16:11

With Adobe AIR, Microsoft Silverlight, and Sun's JavaFX, there have been many developments in the rich internet application tool market. This blog entry talks about the variety of problems JavaFX will have in the marketplace.
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warpedjavaguy replied ago:

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I voted this down because the author mentions that "JavaFX is basically a nicer way to write applets" :/

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murban replied ago:

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Well, I think the author could brush up on his knowledge of JavaFX a bit. First of all, it is so much more than "basically a nicer way to write applets". It is also a powerful new way to write GUI applications for mobile phones... And it is going to be the preferred way to write interactive content for Blu-ray... And you can write Java desktop apps in it... "basically a nicer way to write applets"? I think not... It's so much more than that. The author also states that there is "no focus on offline applications" which is not true either. As I said, you can write Java desktop apps using it, and you can write interactive Blu-ray content.

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