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javafx vs javame

roger schildmeijer
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Yesterday I was on a "java one summary thing". One of the speakers said that his personal feeling was that javafx would replace javame in a not to far away future. What are your oppinons about this?
Eric Bruno
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Right now it's built on top of Java SE for the desktop and Java ME for JavaFX Mobile and JavaFX TV. I can't speculate on replacement, but Sun has no intention on orphaning its Java ME licensees.
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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