To setup JavaFx in eclipse, first of all, make sure that you have installed eclipse and Java in your system successfully.
To set up JavaFX environment using maven dependency, create a Java project in eclipse convert it into a maven project as shown below −
Then in the pom.xml file add the following JavaFX dependency and refresh the project.
<dependency> <groupId>org.openjfx</groupId> <artifactId>javafx-controls</artifactId> <version>14</version> </dependency>
If you observe the Maven Dependencies directory you can find the installed Jar files as shown below −
You can also add the required JAR files manually, to do so
Visit the JavaFX home page and click on the Download button.
You will be redirected to a page with JavaFX SDK’s choose the one compatible with your environment and install it.
Now, right-click on the Java project and, open the Java Build path window as shown below −
In the Java Build Path window, in the libraries tab click on the Add External JARs… button and add all the JAR files from the lib folder of the downloaded javafx-sdk-14 folder.
And click on Apply and Close button then, you can observe the downloaded JAR files in the Referenced Libraries directory of the project.