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Is JavaFx mature enough for enterprise applications?

Tejas Jain
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Joined: Mar 04, 2008
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Many companies are using Flex for the client platform now. What about JavaFx?
It sounds very good, but not see any companies actually using it. Is there an IDE for JavaFx?


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D Rog
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I do not consider Flex as a good platfrom for creation client application, so JavaFX is certainly better approach. Many big companies as Microsoft and Google are working on JavaFX, so it is time to start using it.


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Tejas Jain
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Originally posted by D Rog:
I do not consider Flex as a good platfrom for creation client application, ...


Why?

Query "Adobe Flex" and "Java Fx" on Amazon, respectively, you will see
much more books on Flex than Java FX. Flex 4 is coming out end of this year.

What is the version of JavaFx now? I like Sun, but do not want to be its beta tester.
 
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