Throughout this book you’ve relied on the NetBeans IDE to run and compile your JavaFX scripts and applications. This is a convenient way to develop and is by far the most common. Most graphics-based open-system developers choose to use a graphics-based IDE to develop their products.
JavaFX, like most Java-based products, also comes with two powerful command-line utilities that can be used for compiling and executing your scripts. This appendix serves as a reference for some of the capabilities of the JavaFX command-line utilities.
The two main javafx command-line utilities, and their uses, are listed here:
javafx :used to execute javafx applications from the command line javafxc :used to compile javafx ...