Install JavaFX Scene Builder into Eclipse

1- What is JavaFX Scene Builder?

JavaFX Scene Builder is a visual layout tool that lets users quickly design JavaFX application user interfaces, without coding. Users can drag and drop UI components to a work area, modify their properties, apply style sheets, and the FXML code for the layout that they are creating is automatically generated in the background. The result is an FXML file that can then be combined with a Java project by binding the UI to the application’s logic.
JavaFX Scene Builder can be integrated into IDEs such as Eclipse and Netbean. In this post I will guide you to install JavaFX Scene Builder and integrate it into Eclipse.

2- The requires

In order to embed Scene Builder into Eclipse, first of all, you need to install e(fx)clipse, which is a set of tools and necessary libraries for JavaFX programming. You need to install it as a Plugin for eclipse.

Let's see the guide to install e(fx)clipse into Eclipse here:
Let's see the guide to install e(fx)clipse into Eclipse here:

3- Download JavaFX Scene Builder

Go to URL:
Download results:

4- Installing JavaFX Scene Builder

5- Configuring Eclipse to use the Scene Builder

In eclipse select:
  • Window/References
Pointing to the exe file position of JavaFX Scene Builder.