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JAVAfx is the same as JSF, Or JSF is a framework like Struts, which (Struts) can also used in JAVAfx  RSS feed

 
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JAVAfx is the same as JSF, Or JSF is a framework like Struts, which (Struts) can also used in JAVAfx?
 
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JavaFX is definitely not the same as JSF. JSF is limited to the web, whereas JavaFX can virtually be installed anywhere. I'm not really familiar with Struts but it is, just like JSF, a web application framework so I doubt it's going to integrate into JavaFX properly.
 
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Like Flash/Flex use ActionScript and MXML, What use the JavaFX of languages?
 
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Leonidas Savvides wrote:Like Flash/Flex use ActionScript and MXML, What use the JavaFX of languages?


JavaFX has JavaFX Script which does the work of MXML(ActionScript as well?). You can also use Java API alongside JavaFX.
 
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In JavaFx may use only Java/jsp as server language/desktop-app language, but in Flex may use any of PHP/CFML/JAVA/ASP.NET, This is correct?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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