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## Getting ControlsFX

- For users of Java 8, download [ControlsFX 8.40.14](http://fxexperience.com/downloads/controlsfx-8-40-14/).
- For users of Java 9, download [ControlsFX 9.0.0](http://fxexperience.com/downloads/controlsfx-9-0-0/).
- For users of Java 11 and later, download will be coming soon!
- For users of Java 8, download [ControlsFX 8.40.15](https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2/org/controlsfx/controlsfx/8.40.15/controlsfx-8.40.15.jar).
- For users of Java 9 and above, download [ControlsFX 11.0.0](https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2/org/controlsfx/controlsfx/11.0.0/controlsfx-11.0.0.jar).

## Getting Started

If you **want to play** with the ControlsFX sample application, simply download the ControlsFX release and run the following command on the command prompt (be sure to replace the * with the actual version number of FXSampler and ControlsFX-samples):
We have two important branches: `master` for JavaFX 8 and `9.0.0` for JavaFX 9+.

`java -jar controlsfx-samples-*.jar`
If you **want to play** with the ControlsFX sample application, clone the repository, checkout the branch of your choice and run:

If you think you have a feature **you can contribute**, a bug you want to fix, or have a bug you'd like to file, please direct it to the [issue tracker](https://github.com/controlsfx/controlsfx/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+sort%3Aupdated-desc). You can build ControlsFX locally like this:
`./gradlew run`

`bash ./gradlew build check`
If you have a feature **you can contribute**, a bug you want to fix, or have a bug you'd like to file, please direct it to the [issue tracker](https://github.com/controlsfx/controlsfx/issues). You can build ControlsFX locally like this:

If you **want to use** ControlsFX, then you're probably wondering how to use the API that we've slaved over for hours! In your case, the best and definitive location for help is definitely [our javadocs](http://docs.controlsfx.org). Fear not, these are not a barren wasteland of undescribed functionality - we've poured our hearts into making these javadocs full to the brim of examples, commentary and explanation. If anything is unclear to you, [file a bug in our issue tracker](https://github.com/controlsfx/controlsfx/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+sort%3Aupdated-desc) and we'll do our best to update the documentation straight away!
`./gradlew build check`

If you **want to use** ControlsFX, then you're probably wondering how to use the API that we've slaved over for hours! In your case, the best and definitive location for help is definitely [our javadocs](http://docs.controlsfx.org). Fear not, these are not a barren wasteland of undescribed functionality - we've poured our hearts into making these javadocs full to the brim of examples, commentary and explanation. If anything is unclear to you, [file a bug in our issue tracker](https://github.com/controlsfx/controlsfx/issues) and we'll do our best to update the documentation straight away!

If you **have questions**, you should join the the [mailing list](https://groups.google.com/group/controlsfx-dev).

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