To answer your second questions, a sandbox refers to the fact that JavaFX Script programs run on a JVM in an environment that protects the client machine, requiring the user to authorize actions such as file access.
By the way, my "Helping you become a JavaFXpert" weblog at http://JavaFXpert.com has lots of information about JavaFX, including the latest happenings. Today's post (April 1, 2008) in that weblog, by the way, contains a link to the video of one of the JavaFX Script presentations that I did at JavaPolis last December. Here's a direct link to that post.
Thanks,<br />James L. (Jim) Weaver<br /><a href="http://JavaFXpert.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">"Helping you become a JavaFXpert" weblog</a>
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Thank you for providing me those links. I look forward to reading them .
How is using this better than using AJAX which is used in most of the application these days?