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So I'm not sure if I should post this here or in the Applet section, but I have a client who wants to put flash into an applet I'm making for him. I would assume it would be a Java in general thing, so again the question is can I embed flash into a Java program?
Also I've been thinking about JavaFX, could that do it? I know you can embed web browsers, so even if you couldn't exactly embed the flash directly, couldn't you embed the webpage, with flash, into FX? Why would I want to do this I'm not 100% sure, but I'm just doing work for someone who has these crazy ideas sooo... .
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Being old is this context means that they implement early version of the Flash specification. E.g., JMF can handle Flash version 2, whereas QuickTime for Java can handle Flash version 5. Both have been superceded years ago, and are no longer much in use. That's what I mean by "for all practical purposes".