JavaFX 8 Quickstart on NetBeans 8 IDE for Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial LTS Linux

July 2nd, 2016 by thelinuxevangelist

JavaFX 8 QuickStart on Ubuntu Linux



Hello Linux User! The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Getting-Started Easily with JavaFX 8 on NetBeans 8 IDE for Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus LTS 32/64bit GNU/Linux Desktop.

JavaFX is Java’s next-generation graphical user interface (GUI) toolkit that allows developers to rapidly build rich cross-platform applications.

JavaFX is good to build well-designed programming interfaces enabling developers to combine graphics, animation, and UI controls.

To Getting-Started with JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu an Oracle Java Development Kit 8 Installation is Needed on the System.

JavaFX 8 Quick-Start on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial LTS - Featured
  1. Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    Ctr+Alt+t
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Getting-Started with JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - Open Terminal
  2. How-to Install Required Oracle Java JDK 8 on Ubuntu:

    Install Oracle JDK 8 for Ubuntu
  3. Install NetBeans 8.x IDE for Java Development on Ubuntu:

    Installing NetBeans 8 JEE on Ubuntu

    Be Sure to Select the Oracle JDK 8 Installation!
    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - NetBeans JDK 8

  4. Running Oracle NetBeans 8 IDE

    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - Running NetBeans 8
  5. Create a New Project

    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - Create NetBeans 8 Project
  6. Select JavaFX Application

    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - Create JavaFX 8 App
    Click on Next
    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - Naming JavaFX 8 App
    Click on Finish
  7. Run Project

    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - Running NetBeans 8 Project
    Quickstart and Hello-World JavaFX 8 on Ubuntu Linux - JavaFX Hello World Window
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