First of all, I will use Netbeans for this tutorial and this Windows version.
- Intall Scene Builder:
When you have installed Netbeans on your computer, you must install Gluon Scene Builder.
Nowadays, Oracle does´t work with Scene Builder and they made it Open Source, to work with the Gluon versión is my recommended option. Once the program is downloaded, the instalation progess it´s easy.
Once read and accepted the License Agreement and selected a destiantion folder you can pass to the next step.
- Scene Builder Integration:
Once Scene Builder is installed, you must go Netbeans->Options->Java and finally JavaFX.
Here you must put the path that you previously selected in the installation progress.
- FirstExample:To prove that everithing it´s correct, let´s open an example. Go to New Project->JavaFX-> JavaFX FXML Application.
Finally, Right Click on the .fxml file and click open:
Now it will appear the Gluon Scene Builder and edit your custom UI:
Note:that It will apear with a "Hello World" example class.
And that´s all,this was the JavaFX8 and Scene Builder Installation tutorial.
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Getting started with javafx-8 – Instalating Guide JavaFX 8 - CodeDay