Netbeans X & Java 11?
jose.pereda at gluonhq.com
Mon Nov 19 08:27:56 UTC 2018
Did you check the docs? https://openjfx.io/openjfx-docs/
There is a whole section for IDEs, including NetBeans (
https://openjfx.io/openjfx-docs/#IDE-NetBeans), that explains how to work
with both modular and non-modular projects.
While you may have noticed that the usual JavaFX project template doesn't
work, you can use a regular Java project, instead (the ant tasks have not
been updated yet, but they are working on it).
There is a sample (a simple HelloFX that uses FXML) for each possible case
(modular/non-modular, each one with IDE tools, Maven or Gradle), that can
be found here: https://github.com/openjfx/samples/tree/master/IDE/NetBeans.
And those FXML files work of course with Scene Builder (10, but 11 will be
released very soon).
Hope this helps you. Otherwise please feel free to file an issue:
On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 8:22 AM Selim Dincer <wowselim at gmail.com> wrote:
> IntelliJ works quite OK with 11. Make sure to rightclick the fxml files ->
> open in scenebuilder instead of the integrated one because that's an older
> version. Also if you want to run your app without maven / gradle then you
> need to download the javafx sdk and set JAVA_HOME otherwise you will get
> some weird error. Also make sure to configure your run configuration
> exactly like the recommended maven / gradle run configurations.
> Apart from that the guide on the openjfx site (the gradle variant) kind of
> worked for me.
> This is why I suggested something like spring initializr or vert.x starter
> On Sun, 18 Nov 2018, 22:02 Michael Dever <michael.dever at icloud.com wrote:
> > Oracle seems to have Destroyed the combination of:
> > Netbeans, JavaFX, and SceneBuilder, building JavaFX from an IDE.
> > Is there any other IDE that supports and builds: JavaFX FXML
> > out of the box that just works, and that you can design the GUI
> > application from SceneBuilder?
> > Thanks,
> > Mike Dever
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