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JavaFX™ Developer’s Guide by Kim Topley

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3. JavaFX Script Development

You can develop and debug a JavaFX application in several different ways:

• Using an integrated development environment such as NetBeans or Eclipse

• Using command-line tools

• Using an Ant build script

Which of these you choose to use is, of course, a matter of personal preference. In some cases, you might need to use more than one of them—for example, it is common to use an integrated development environment (IDE) for initial development and then to submit the code to a source code control system, from which the application is then built using an Ant build script. This chapter shows you how to use the NetBeans and Eclipse IDEs to build and run a simple JavaFX application. You can find information on using command-line ...

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