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Integration of JavaFX Scene Builder 2.0 with Netbeans

 
Jc Frane
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Good day!

I just installed Java 8 on my computer (is it official now?) and JavaFX Scene Builder 2.0 (Early Access).

I am using Netbeans 7.3.1 as my IDE.

I have my past projects with GUIs built in JavaFx.

I suppose, that when I click each fxmls files it must brought up SB 2.0. But it never happened.

My question is, how can I integrate Netbeans 7.3.1 with Javafx SB 2.0?

Your response will be much appreciated!

Thank you!
 
Jc Frane
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I also encountered a problem when I am trying to run my application and it says like this:

JavaFX runtime JAR not found.

May I know your opinion about this?

Thank you again!
 
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The NetBeans 8.0 release information mentions improvements in JDK 8 and Java FX integration. Perhaps ugrading NetBeans might help? (I'm just guessing, I don't use Java 8/ Java FX myself yet.)
 
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Yes Sir.

You are right, I have to migrate to NetBeans 8.0.

Thank you for your answer all is well now.
 
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