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Thomas Boerkel

Regarding "typical business application":

What about a CRUD for customers and a list of customers to choose from?

Jim Weaver

"Can you provide any links to JavaFX-based applications for data entry or anything that looks like a typical business application? Animation is nice, but I'm trying to understand how JavaFX competes with Flex and Silverlight for building databound data-entry forms, tables, graphs. Thanks."

Steve,
I couldn't agree with you more, and I think that enterprise apps that have an iPhone look and feel will be a sweet spot for JavaFX. I am in the process of designing an example like this for the blog and an upcoming book. Do you have any ideas that would fit your criteria and be fun for the reader?

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

Steve Muench

Can you provide any links to JavaFX-based applications for data entry or anything that looks like a typical business application? Animation is nice, but I'm trying to understand how JavaFX competes with Flex and Silverlight for building databound data-entry forms, tables, graphs. Thanks.

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