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February 08, 2009

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sudershan mehta

I have not seen any account of running a javaFX commonprofile application, bare-bones, i.e. not as NetBeans project but using the javafxpackager and emulator tools of javafx-sdk1.2. Using such tools gives much insight.

James Weaver

"i have download the NetBeans IDE 6.5 for JavaFX 1.1 from download section of Javafx.i can run sample application(Points and Lines)on emulator.i have copy paste the Jad and Jar file on my NOKIA 3110c and try to run the application.it gives me the alert as Invalid application Delete?
as i know using javaFx 1.1 we can run the application on mobile device.can you suggest me the how to deploy the application on Mobile devices."

ranjeet,

AFAIK, mobile phones that support JavaFX Mobile are going to be available by JavaOne 2009.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

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