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Q: Is ZuluFX 8 generally available?
A: Yes, ZuluFX 8 is ready for use. Download ZuluFX at https://www.azul.com/downloads/zulu/zulufx/
Q: How is ZuluFX licensed?
A: ZuluFX is licensed identically to how OpenJDK and OpenJFX are licensed, which is the GPL v2 with classpath exception in addition to other third party licenses.
Q: When does ZuluFX 11 appear?
A: ZuluFX 11 is available for download and use via the product page, which also contains download links for ZuluFX 8.
Q: Can I buy support for ZuluFX 8?
A: Yes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Q: Is there documentation?
A: JavaFX documentation for Java SE 8 is on the Oracle site at https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/javafx/api/toc.htm. The OpenJFX documentation for Java 11 is located at https://openjfx.io/javadoc/11/is for OpenJDK 11.
Q: Will ZuluFX include builds supporting Java SE versions 10, 9, 7, or 6?
A: No. Planned builds of ZuluFX are to support Java SE versions 8 and 11 only.
Q: Are the JavaFX APIs changing as a result of Oracle open sourcing JavaFX?
Q: Does ZuluFX 8 support media and/or webkit?
A: Yes. Contact us with questions at email@example.com.
Q: Will ZuluFX support be available for Zulu Embedded?
A: Yes, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Q: Are 32-bit builds of ZuluFX available?
A: Currently we are only making 64-bit builds available as community downloads. 32-bit support for ZuluFX is available as part of our Zulu Enterprise offering.