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I was taking a looking in Pro JavaFX Platform book in JFXtras Site:

http://jfxtras.org/portal/pro-javafx-platform


JavaFX Mobile remember me Flash Lite, that have no much sucess outside Japan. Flash Lite is ready for television too!

What the JavaFX advantages on Flash Lite?
 
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Flash Lite will allow you to play Flash content on a mobile device, but it's not the same as having Flex on a mobile device. The kind of application development that Flex would give you on a mobile device is what JavaFX delivers (assuming you have a JavaFX-supported device, of course).

I cannot adequately describe how unbelievably cool it is to see your JavaFX desktop application running on a mobile device for the first time.

Sadly, mobile devices that support JavaFX are a little hard to find. Hopefully this will change within the next year.
 
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Sadly, mobile devices that support JavaFX are a little hard to find. Hopefully this will change within the next year.



Will change!

I like JavaFX and i wanna help JavaFX to be a strong option on RIA, whatever be the platform: mobile, internet, television...

Thanks in advanced...


 
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