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- 08-13-2010, 05:16 PM #1Member
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JavaFx system arch trade-offs
I urgently need to make a system architecture design decision. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Because of the urgency, please cc replies to my personal spam email: email@example.com.
Seasoned C S/W engineer (no C++, no Java, minimal MicroSucks VC++). Fast learner (I have to be).
Develop a Windows XP/2000 (not 7) user interface to an FTDI usb device. For example, a barcode reader.
What system architecture should be employed for this project? Easiest to implement or debug? Best design? Binding hurdles? Here are a couple of ideas I'm considering. Of course they have to be mixed and matched appropriately
JavaFx, MS VC++
Java RXTX (RXTX: The Prescription for Transmission), SerilIo (Serialio - Mobile Barcode & RFID Solutions), Native C (GNU)
Functional Guts (ie state transitions, control logic):
Native C, Java, JNI
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