The dust has hardly settled after Microsoft's unveiling of its Silverlight beta, or Sun Microsystems is making a plunge into the rich internet application market.
The server vendor on Tuesday will unveil its Java FX technology, providing a fourth way to develop online applications. Sun has a small edge over its competitors, because Java FX tied directly into Java and therefore comes with a army of about 6m developers worldwide.
Below you watch a video with a demonstration of the new technology with Java inventor James Gosling and Sun's software chief Rich Green.
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