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February 12, 2009

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sj2004

why do you need to use
3. Uses infrastructure created by JSF 2.0

some people are turned off by JSF in general.

Rahul Mahajan

I like the blog very much, this is a very professional evaluation of Java FX.

I agree with author completely, until we don't have JAVAFX getting used for real life enterprise applications its usage will be not widely adopted.

Flex offers very good library of web components, till the time JAVAFx does not comes out with
1. Very good skinnable web component library.
2. Very good animated/interactive charting library.
3. Uses infrastructure created by JSF 2.0

JAVAFx is a very good initiative and has got a decent start, now in 2.0 JAVAFX needs to focus on exhaustive web components + performance + JSF 2.0 integration or something to come in web space fast.

it wont be widely used.

James Weaver

sboulay,

"This is exactly the kind of demo apps that I am looking for - thanks for posting this."

Yakov did a great job on this, and plans to publish the NetBeans project so that we can all see the source code. I'll create another post when that occurs.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

sboulay

This is exactly the kind of demo apps that I am looking for - thanks for posting this.

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