What are the terms on using these examples? For example, is it OK to copy them to my personal website and use them there as JavaFX demos? OssDev 11:00, 14 February 2008 (EST)

Generally, I'd say it's all free to use. You could put them on your website, but I'm not sure what that gets you. This is client-side technology, so it needs to be on your personal computer. I'd recommend your site links to this one, so that the entries will be kept up-to-date. If you have stuff to contribute (here or on your own site), you can add to and improve this page.Pforhan 16:20, 14 February 2008 (UTC)
I was wanting to post them at the Lobo Project website. But I ended up using compiled JavaFX. Most interpreted JavaFX examples don't translate well to compiled JFX. I'm guessing interpreted JFX will be phased out. OssDev 15:41, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
That is true, the current syntax will be supplanted by the outcome of the compiler project. I do believe an interpreted version (through the JSR-223 script API) will still be supported, though. It is a bit sad, I suppose, that the two versions of the language have diverged so much. I think it may have taken some wind out of JavaFX's sails in some way. 19:25, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
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