|Release||GA Date||Latest version||Long Term Support||Extended or custom support||Details|
|19||September 2022 (planned)||n/a||no|
|18||March 2022 (planned)||early access||no|
|17||September 2021||17.0.1 (October 2021)||until September 2026||upon request||details|
|16||March 2021||16 (March 2021)||no||upon request||details|
|15||September 2020||15.0.1 (October 2020)||no||upon request||details|
|14||March 2020||188.8.131.52 (July 2020)||no||upon request||details|
|13||September 2019||13.0.2 (January 2020)||no||upon request||details|
|12||March 2019||12.0.2 (July 2019)||no||upon request||details|
|11||September 2018||184.108.40.206 (November 2021)||until September 2023||upon request||details|
- All dates on this page are informative. Contact us for a personalised quote for our JavaFX Long Term Support (LTS) service.
- Releases in grey don’t receive updates anymore. We strongly encourage all our users to use either the latest version (currently 17) or the latest version of one of the LTS releases (currently 11 and 17).
- The JavaFX runtime is available as a platform-specific SDK, as a number of jmods, and as a set of artifacts in maven central.
- The OpenJFX page at openjfx.io is a great starting place to learn more about JavaFX.
- This software is licensed under GPL v2 + Classpath