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JavaFX on mobile

 
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Hi Hendrik,
How easy is to port JavaFX application on mobile ? Android/Symbian? Earlier(in 2012) i used NetBeans editor with JavaFX plugin. Are there any natural advantages of using JavaFX over HTML 5?
 
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Hi,
you can port JavaFX to Android and iOS. Maybe you should have a look at http://javafxports.org/page/home
 
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