JavaFX Tutorial – We shall learn to install JavaFX in Eclipse IDE to start developing JavaFX Applications and Examples using Help -> Install New Software.

Install JavaFX in Eclipse IDE

Following is a step by step guide to setup or install JavaFX in Eclipse IDE :

  • Step 1 : Ecplise – Install New Software

    Open Eclipse and click on  Main Menu -> Help -> Install New Software .

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  • Step 2 : Search for e(fx)clipse

    Select the Eclipse Release related site (here Neon) for “Work with” and enter “e(fx)clipse” in the search bar. Wait for the Eclipse to find e(fx)clipse.

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    Search for e(fx)clipse and choose it. Click on Next.

    Check the result e(fx)clispe IDE and click on Next.

  • Step 3 : Review

    Review the items and click on Next.

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    Click on Next

  • Step 4  : Accept License Agreement

    Click on the radio button “I accept the terms of the license agreement” and click on Finish.

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    Accept License Agreement and click on Finish

  • Step 5 : Wait for the install

    Wait for the install to complete and restart the eclipse.
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    Click on Yes to Restart.

  • Step 6 : Verify the installation

    To verify if JavaFX has been installed in Eclipse, Open New Project window (Main Menu -> New -> Project)
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    Java FX should be listed under wizards.

Conclusion :

In this JavaFX Tutorial,  JavaFX has been successfully installed on Eclipse. We shall start developing our first JavaFX Application – A Hello World Basic JavaFX Example Application.