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Do you have a maven project? In IntelliJ (which I use), and probably also Eclipse, there is no JavaFX support in a convenient way (If I remember well, Netbeans has). What I did was install the javafx runtime library (jfxrt.jar) in my local repository and then simply add a dependency to it in the pom.xml file. Probably you also need to add this library somewhere in your project settings in Eclipse to make it work and run from your IDE. From then you can just use the JavaFX API and start coding
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So i guess I need to add jfxrt.jar to my build path.........Tnx!