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Software developer. Experience with: Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Scala.


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comment Do / how do the various flex frameworks work with Flash Builder
I can't speak to using any of the frameworks, but they can be useful. You can code with them to simplify some tasks or enforce a software architecture. I would recommend prototyping with different frameworks and see if they work for you. See if they are under active development or not so you won't be stranded when a new version of Flex comes out.
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comment Is anybody using JavaFX
Consider your audience. What browsers are they running? Can you expect your customers to have Java installed in order to run your JavaFX application? Do they have security concerns? Consider if they have HTML5 capable browsers, Silverlight, or Flash. Aside from that, I am not sure who uses JavaFX. If your project needs to be maintained for a long time, I would take a look at current usage and future growth and support.
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comment Distribution Licensing for Windows XP Junction tool
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner, see the second link:"Q: May I distribute Sysinternals utilities in my software, on my website, or with my magazine? A: No. We are not offering any distribution licenses, even if the 3rd party is distributing them for free. We encourage people to download the utilities from our download center where they can be assured to get the most recent version of the utility."
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comment Distribution Licensing for Windows XP Junction tool
@Piskvor Nice idea, but the users are in a tightly controlled environment. The users will not be connected to the internet. To download the software, they would have to get permission to download Junction, find a computer that is connected to the internet, download the software, burn it to a CD, and then install the software. It would be nice to save the users the hassle.
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