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Difference between deploying a JavaFX Applet and a Java Applet

 
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What is the difference between the way Java Applets were deployed oh so long ago
and the way JavaFX Applets are deployed now?

Back in 1998 or so, I was able to create Java Applets so easily. It was easy to
test it with the appletviewer, convert it to an application and so on . . . .

But when I tried to deploy my JavaFX application as an applet, it is not working.

I am getting the page with the Java logo and the circular animation, but I was not able to see the application.
I am having similar problems with launching my application using Java Web Start also.

Anyway, can somebody explain the difference between the difference between the way applets were displayed
in Java and the way applets are depoyed using JavaFX?
 
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Have a look at the following sample on http://javafx.com

http://javafx.com/docs/tutorials/deploy-applet/
 
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"JavaFx Foryou", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.
 
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Thanks. I finally figured that the problem is that my company does not allow zip files, jar files etc. to be downloaded :-)
 
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