JavaFX 2 & Maven

One of the annoying thing with JavaFX 2 is that it is co-bundled with the JDK since Java 7u7 but is not on the classpath by default.

One way, in Netbeans, is to create a Maven JavaFX project (although I have been somewhat unlucky with that approach).

There are various alternatives proposed on the web – one that worked for me consists in playing with the pom file to include JavaFX in the classpath with:


Although this might not be the best approach, it seems to work fine.

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