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hello frds , i want to developed a web based application for live audio and video broadcasting ,a ann during the time of broadcasting the audio and video are alos saved simultaneously in my database? i study about HTML5 that provide the audio and video tags , but the prolblem is that these are not provide online streaming. so , no i study about javafx technology. now kindly suggest me that the javafx support the online audio and video streaming ? and i also want to run that player on iphones. so please suggest me about javafx or any other technology. but i m a still java programmer.
 
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JavaFX 2.0 currently not supported on platforms other than Windows. JavaFX team is working on getting it to all the platforms. Not sure about the mobile devices though.

HTML5 video and audio tags do allow online streaming. Youtube has an HTML 5 powered trial site: http://www.youtube.com/html5

JavaFX does support building application which can stream the content Live. Do check out http://www.javafx.com for more samples and tutorials.

If you have any HTML 5 related queries, please use HTML and Javascript forums.
 
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