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December 05, 2008

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Jim Weaver

"Why you don't deploy your examples like applet? The JNLP version is good but if you want to show that in JavaFX you can do the same cool things like in Flash you must show deploy you examples like applet"

Farhan,

Check out part three of this series, newly created by Dean Iverson. It deploys that completed calculator as a Web Start application and a JavaFX applet:
http://javafxpert.com/weblog/2009/01/javafx-calculator.html

Thanks,
Jim Weaver


Jim Weaver

"Where is part tre what is the use of building something thar has no use, i'm new to programing so a bit more info would be great"

David,
Part three is ready now. Dean Iverson created an excellent concluding post to this series:
http://javafxpert.com/weblog/2009/01/javafx-calculator.html

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

david Harris

Where is part tre what is the use of building something thar has no use, i'm new to programing so a bit more info would be great

Jim Weaver

"Hi Jim, "Is FlashFX really ready for business use?", thanks for your reply. I´ve seen on the bug listed unresolved mpeg2 playback issues, and a statement saying the JavaFX 1.0 no longer runs all the video content as per the installed Windows Media player: this is what´s caused me some concern. I´m aiming to develop high-quality media applications that need excellent multi-threaded support to ensure smooth animation on multiple animation objects, and as a C++ engineer I´m not sure on the capabilities of Java or JavaFX. I´ve seen very slow response from JavaFX apps, another area I´m not sure about: performance. The Flicr image animation sample for example needs a background threat to continue animating the rotating images. As it is, when a user selects an image the background animation stutters. Are my expectations for Java and JavaFX on a standard say 1.6GHz PC with WinXP realistic? Many thanks, Robin"

Robin,

I'd say it's time to do quick a proof of concept to confirm/dispel your concerns. Please contact me using the about link in the right sidebar if you'd like my help.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

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