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Mobile JavaFX and Flash Lite

William Antônio Siqueira
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Joined: Jul 08, 2009
Posts: 36
I was taking a looking in Pro JavaFX Platform book in JFXtras Site:

http://jfxtras.org/portal/pro-javafx-platform


JavaFX Mobile remember me Flash Lite, that have no much sucess outside Japan. Flash Lite is ready for television too!

What the JavaFX advantages on Flash Lite?


The answer isn't "Why", is "How"!
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Dean Iverson
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Joined: Aug 30, 2009
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Flash Lite will allow you to play Flash content on a mobile device, but it's not the same as having Flex on a mobile device. The kind of application development that Flex would give you on a mobile device is what JavaFX delivers (assuming you have a JavaFX-supported device, of course).

I cannot adequately describe how unbelievably cool it is to see your JavaFX desktop application running on a mobile device for the first time.

Sadly, mobile devices that support JavaFX are a little hard to find. Hopefully this will change within the next year.


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William Antônio Siqueira
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Joined: Jul 08, 2009
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Sadly, mobile devices that support JavaFX are a little hard to find. Hopefully this will change within the next year.


Will change!

I like JavaFX and i wanna help JavaFX to be a strong option on RIA, whatever be the platform: mobile, internet, television...

Thanks in advanced...


 
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