You could describe F3 as being kind of like Flash meets Java. I ran across a link to Chris Oliver’s Blog, from a post on OS News, where he talks about an upcoming project from Sun called F3. The latest demos Chris has up are quite impressive. There is also mention to a server component too, which makes me think that F3 could be in the same vein(같은 기질, 유사한..) as Adobe FLEX or OpenLaszlo. The big difference with F3 is that this is all pure Java, and you’ll still have access to the entire JDK on the client machine. Chris also has new demo up which demonstrates F3’s SVG support. While still not as robust as Apache’s Batik, F3 is a bit slower rendering the initial SVG. However, pan and zoom is significantly faster with F3 than with Batik. (http://okjsp.pe.kr/seq/46258 를 참고하시면 Batik 에 대한 이야기를 보실 수 있습니다.) Apparently, F3 will be open sourced soon on Java.net, but no time frame has been given. Right now, I am EXTREMELY curious to see what else comes out of F3. Finally, a compelling reason for an end-user to download the JRE! Share this Post:These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages.
오호 Chris Oliver’s Blog 에서 무언가를 보았다는 것이군.. 그럼 그 친구의 블로그를 한번 봅시다.
아래 이미지 같은 경우 Flex 를 다루시거나 샘플을 보신 분이라면 아 이거 하실텐데 바로 그걸 카피한겁니다. It's also possible to do faux 3D in F3. Here's an example that was inspired by in part by the Flex Display Shelf and partly by the ITunes Movies page. Note ITunes is true 3D, however. The scrollbar and artwork mimic ITunes but the layout is similar to the Flex example.