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Android and JavaFx

 
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I learned that Android does not support JavaFx for time being. Is there any chance for Android to support this technology in the future? Because I am interested in developing platform-independent application, for Android and PC. JavaFX is ideal for that.
 
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If I remember correctly in one of the threads in this forum(see this thread), Ed Burnette said that sun demoed JavaFX on Android.

Have you seen this?
 
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Thank You.
 
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would be problematic as Android has a policy of not supporting AWT on Android ie you would have AWt on desktop but not on Android
 
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Fred Grott wrote:would be problematic as Android has a policy of not supporting AWT on Android ie you would have AWt on desktop but not on Android


Pardon my ignorance, why would AWT be a prerequisite for running JavaFX?

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Do you have link to download plugin for eclipse so that i can use javaFX components on my android application.
 
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Seems cool but Adobe Flash is already on android based on these :
http://i.gizmodo.com/5184469/next-android-device-g2-gets-flash-support
 
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