Asciidocs for JavaFX Documentation Project
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…document (and out of individual sections). Less noise as readers go through PDF, and more visible location to acknowledge all authors.

The JavaFX Documentation Project

The JavaFX Documentation Project is designed to collect important JavaFX information from around the web and, with the permission of the authors, to collate it into a single source to form a cohesive book.

This project was initiated by Jonathan Giles, but anyone can contribute. Any questions, concerns, or feedback should be in the first instance be directed to Jonathan via email.

Reading The Documentation

Documentation is available for reading online, and will always reflect the very latest edits. It is currently available in two forms:

Build Process

The documentation is written in AsciiDoc. On every commit to this GitHub repo a build process is run, resulting in newly-built content available in HTML and as a single PDF file. The JavaFX Documentation Project uses Travis CI to perform continuous builds of the AsciiDoc source. The current status of the build is:

Build Status