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Java FX Vs. Flex

 
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Hi Satish,

Congrats for your book, Flex3 with Java.

I would like to know, as SUN is coming up with Java FX, how can we compare Flex 3 with Java FX.

which one is seamless / efficient with Java.?
 
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Nageswara Prasad Nakarikanti wrote:Hi Satish,

Congrats for your book, Flex3 with Java.

I would like to know, as SUN is coming up with Java FX, how can we compare Flex 3 with Java FX.

which one is seamless / efficient with Java.?



I like Flex, it has a great looking and it's cool for Web 2 applications and the java integration makes it a powerfull combination, i think Java FX needs to mature.
 
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