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March 11, 2009

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kris

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Kris

Rahul Mahajan

Browning Books application looks most interesting, close to real world application.

Any plan or thoughts on JAVAFx Web component library or any comments on integration with JSF 2 components?

Real world web applications with Rich interface should be P1 priority for Java Fx to fulfill with a mature web framework backing and easy scripting language like JSF 2 PDL(Facelets).

Can't we have something like rich web components created in Java FX like (Advanced Grid, Animated Combos, Animated.Interactive JAVAFx charts etc..) used in JSF 2 with some level of javascript communication(JSON or something) or some kind of integration. This can be a light weight rich interface web framework, deadly killer for others.

Is somebody thinking on these lines or my comments are crap..

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