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By alecn
Published: Jan 21 2014 / 14:17

I think we can consider JavaFX to be stable on the desktop, and that is a very important fact. However, the client-side in the IT industry in general is shifting from desktop to mobile.
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lburnham123 replied ago:

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I don't think it's important that JavaFX is stable on the desktop - JavaFX was (and is) DOA, and I see no meaningful trend to the contrary. That being the case, I think it takes a lot of faith to believe it will go anywhere on mobile. I'm amazed that people put effort into that, apparently hoping to create a better cross-mobile-platform than any that exists at whatever point JavaFX on mobile will become viable (which I doubt it will in any time frame considered reasonable for planning purposes in the tech world).

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