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bob john
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https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/

In this website I dont find javaFX package.
Why it is? Do it means javaFX isnt package? But there is awt and swing.

Or.
Javadoc's is splitted all over internet and there is no place where all documentations would be stacked?
 
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I think Oracle has kept the documentation separately for a reason. Even the javafx documentation is a separate download on Oracle's website.
 
bob john
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But javaFX is package yes?
 
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All code in Java is organized in packages, so yes, there are packages that contain the JavaFX classes. They are just documented separately from the standard JDK classes.
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:. . . They are just documented separately from the standard JDK classes.
That is because JavaFX used to be a different download from the ordinary JVM.
Separate download ⇒ separate documentation.
 
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