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Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta Release?

I'm already working with it
14% (8 votes)
I've downloaded it, but haven't yet experimented much
17% (10 votes)
I intend to download JavaFX 2.0 Beta soon
14% (8 votes)
I'll wait for the JavaFX 2.0 final release
12% (7 votes)
I have no interest in JavaFX
21% (12 votes)
I don't know
12% (7 votes)
Other
10% (6 votes)
Total votes: 58

Comments

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

no open source no fun to try... sry

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

Patiently waiting for the Linux version. Although, I can't wait much longer.

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

I was using JavaFX before but since there is no plan for a Linux release in the final version what is the point? JavaFX certainly won't be cross-platform so whats the point of using it unless you want to be locekd in to a platform? Might as well use .net then.

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

I really need linux version of JavaFX 2.0

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

I'll wait until a cross-platform version is available, too.

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

I'll wait until a cross-platform version is available

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

Also waiting for the cross platform version.

Addicionally I also want to point out that now I am switching back to C++/Qt for desktop applications.

Re: Do you intend to experiment with the JavaFX 2.0 Beta ...

Why not use the NetBeans Platform for desktop applications? These can be deployed on any operating system. More & more apps need to work on Mac as well as Windows (as well as, sometimes, Linux), so the native Java desktop application framework known as NetBeans Platform is a completely logical choice.