Difference between Adobe Flex and JavaFX

                        Adobe Flex is a cross-platform, software development kit (SDK) released by Adobe.Using Flex we can develop rich Internet applications.Flex applications can be written using Adobe Flash Builder or by using the freely available Flex compiler from Adobe.
JavaFX is an another software development kit (SDK) from Sun Microsystems for creating rich Internet applications in java platform.Here we will see what is the difference between the two applications.

Difference between Adobe Flex and JavaFX

                                      Adobe Flex                                                 JavaFX
Flex applications uses flash platform as virtual machine within the browser. Java doesn’t have that consistent platform on the Web that they can build on.
We need to use MXML is an XML language to create Flex applications F3 is a predecessor to JavaFX
XML notation JSON-like notation
Flex is far more stable JavaFX is fairly new
Flex has video and audio support, you can record from cameras. For audio playback, it support MP3 as a primary audio mechanism, [and] you can stream audio and video to Flash applications Multimedia experience is not as good in Java
Flex is pure xml and Action Scripts JavaFX syntax is bit complicated compared to Flex
Flex runs on flash, Flash requires only 1.2MB But for JavaFX + Java runtime of minimum 30 mb, this is too big consideration for publisher
Need to write new business logic You can use your existing Java business logic by simply importing it
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