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  Introduction to JavaFX Script
Subject:   Using Non Sun Classes ...
Date:   2007-08-09 07:57:52
From:   paulbrowne
Response to: Using Non Sun Classes ...

Anghel,


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'


http://ie.sun.com/sunnews/feature/2007/070516/


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!


Paul

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

    Also, see this links http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/guide/javaws/developersguide/overview.html , http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/5000070700.xml for ruuning web start into a browser.
  • Anghel Leonard photo Using Non Sun Classes ...
    2007-08-12 00:57:57  Anghel Leonard | [View]

    Paul:

    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 http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/Programming/jnlp/.
    I hope it helps you!

    Leonard
    • 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....