Introduction to JavaFX Script
Subject:   Using Non Sun Classes ...
Date:   2007-08-08 08:28:54
From:   Java797B
Response to: Using Non Sun Classes ...


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.
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  • Paul Browne photo Using Non Sun Classes ...
    2007-08-09 07:57:52  Paul Browne | O'Reilly Blogger [View]


    I know that it effectivly uses Java Web Start behind the scenes, but I was reading the link below which says 'quickly deploy rich Internet applications and interactive content on clients ranging from the browser to devices'

    I now know my question should be 'how do I package a web start application for use in the browser', so thank you for your help!

    • Anghel Leonard photo Using Non Sun Classes ...
      2007-08-12 01:03:08  Anghel Leonard | [View]

      Also, see this links , for ruuning web start into a browser.
    • Anghel Leonard photo Using Non Sun Classes ...
      2007-08-12 00:57:57  Anghel Leonard | [View]


      Packaging a JavaFX application for JWS is the same process as for any other Java application. If you never did that before please check this link
      I hope it helps you!

      • Using Non Sun Classes ...
        2008-10-23 08:20:13  darwinbotlee [View]

        hi..... i am new in the word of javaFX, y hope learn a lot of new things from you people......
        i was wondering if can help me to answer a question... I am making a proyect in javaFX whit the porpouse showing in internet mani web services for my college here in my country... and mi problem is that i canīt show ani javaFX code on the web browsers, i hope any one of can help me with my problem, making a guide or something... already thanks....