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  Introduction to JavaFX Script
Subject:   Using Non Sun Classes ...
Date:   2007-08-08 00:32:01
From:   paulbrowne
Anghel,


Good article - just getting into JavaFX and this explains very clearly how to get started. I've one question, specifically for the project that I am considering using JavaFX:


Is it possible to use non Sun Java classes in your JavaFX code? For example , 'import org.apache.lang.commons.*'. If so, how do you package these (on the server) so that JavaFX can download them to the browser.


Thanks for any suggestions


Paul

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  • Anghel Leonard photo Using Non Sun Classes ...
    2007-08-08 08:28:54  Anghel Leonard | [View]

    Paul:

    You can use non Sun Java classes in JavaFX, but you have to keep in mind that JavaFX does not run into Internet browsers. You can develop only desktop applications with it. Just put your classes into CLASSPATH or into /ext directory from <Java_install> directory.
  • Anghel Leonard photo Using Non Sun Classes ...
    2007-08-08 08:30:03  Anghel Leonard | [View]

    Paul:

    You can use non Sun Java classes in JavaFX, but you have to keep in mind that JavaFX does not run into Internet browsers. You can develop only desktop applications with it. Just put your classes into CLASSPATH or into /ext directory from <Java_install> directory.