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    Smile Is Java FX widely used nowadays ? Is Better than Old Java Applets ?

    So im starting to learn about Java FX Applets, now with the 2.2 version, you can develop for mobile, browser and desktop, but i want to know ... are they widely used ? better than old java applets ? Harder to code ?
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    Default Re: Is Java FX widely used nowadays ? Is Better than Old Java Applets ?

    You abandoned the first thread you started, from which I had removed the annoying oversize font tag, and started this thread, also with oversize font. That tells us that you may not benefit from any advice offered here, so I shan't offer any.

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    Default Re: Is Java FX widely used nowadays ? Is Better than Old Java Applets ?

    Assh :S yeah i know i abandoned last one , i aint gonna do that again, and i didnt know about the oversize font thing e.e

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