JavaFX is part of Java, so why does it prove so difficult to get JavaFX code to compile in Eclipse? You would think there wouldn’t be an issue, but there often is a compile error, “Access Restriction: blah blah is not accessible due to restriction on required library”.
There are essentially three fixes for this JavaFX access restriction error in Eclipse. Continue reading “Restriction on Required Library”
JavaFX is a set of software APIs and tools that delivers desktop applications and rich internet applications (RIAs) that can run most anywhere Java runs. JavaFX applications run on Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Linux, and many other operating systems. JavaFX replaces Swing and the older AWT as Java SE’s GUI. Oracle is actively improving JavaFX, and likely will for many years to come.
That’s the simple version of what JavaFX is, but not a complete one. After reading the definition of JavaFX, you might still find yourself scratching your head and asking, What is JavaFX?
Obviously, this whole site is dedicated to answering that one question.
Continue reading “What is JavaFX?”