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JavaFX™ Developer’s Guide by Kim Topley

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28. Packaging and Deployment

This chapter deals with packaging your JavaFX application and deploying it so that users can download and run it on their desktops, laptops, cell phones, and, in the future, TVs and other devices. If you have been building the example source code for this book in either the NetBeans or Eclipse integrated development environments (IDEs), you have already been packaging JavaFX code, because both IDEs use the javafxpackager tool that comes with the JavaFX software development kit (SDK) to compile the source code before running it. Given this fact, you might be wondering why there needs to be a chapter dedicated to packaging and deployment in this book. There are several reasons for this chapter to exist:

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