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JavaFX 2 SDK README

Overview

The JavaFX Software Development Kit (SDK) provides the tools and technologies for developing expressive JavaFX applications. The SDK includes the following components:

  • Development libraries and tools
  • JavaFX API documentation

See the Release Notes for information on working with the JavaFX SDK, late-breaking information, and known issues.

System Requirements and Installation

The requirements for the JavaFX SDK are listed in the JavaFX 2.0 System Requirements document.

Installation instructions are provided in the Installing JavaFX document.

Release Contents

The SDK contains the following directories and content:

  • bin/ - SDK build tools.
  • docs/ - API documentation.
  • rt/ - Runtime directory.
  • tools/ - Ant tasks used by NetBeans for packaging and deployment.
  • COPYRIGHT.html - Copyright information for the readme.html document.
  • README.html - A pointer to this document, which provides information about the JavaFX SDK.
  • THIRDPARTYLICENSEREADME.txt - License information for third-party software included in the JavaFX SDK.

Limitations on Redistribution

Redistributing the JavaFX SDK is not allowed as per the terms and conditions in the License Agreement.

Samples

Sample JavaFX applications are available at https://www.oracle.com/java/technologies/javase-downloads.html. Download the zip file that contains the samples and extract the files. The javafx-samples-2.0\ directory is created. You can run a sample by double clicking one of its executable files. For example, to run the Ensemble application on your desktop, double click Ensemble.jar. To run the application in a browser, double click Ensemble.html. To run the application as you would over the web, double click Ensemble.jnlp.

Source code for each sample is in the javafx-samples-2.0\src directory. To view the source code, go to the javafx-samples-2.0\src\sample directory, where sample is the name of the application in which you are interested. Each of the sample source directories is a NetBeans project. Building these projects requires NetBeans 7.1 with JavaFX Platform support.

Getting Started

Documentation for the JavaFX SDK is available at https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/javase-clienttechnologies.htm. The following tutorials offer a good starting point: