Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart. Mauro Marinilli
ISBN: 0672321823,9780672321825 | 393 pages | 10 Mb
Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart Mauro Marinilli
Using the JNLP file format as the applet descriptor allows applets to instantly reuse JNLP extensions previously written for Java Web Start applications, and significantly expands the capabilities of applets in many other ways. Starting in release Java SE 6u10, applets can be deployed using JNLP and have capabilities similar to Java Web Start applications (without the hassle of specifying the codebase). In this blog I describe how to webstart an OSGi (Equinox) based application using Eclipse as IDE. This class appears to have come out of the javadesktop project and according to the site it is “a general purpose JNLP-based applet launcher class for deploying applets that use extension libraries containing native code. Codehaus Maven JNLP plugin version 1.0-beta-3; Maven shade plugin version 1.6. Java WebStart is a nice and easy way of deploying Java applications with one click from the web. The Plugin configuration to generate auto-executable Jar. Today, I will walk you through deploying a JavaFX application as an applet in the browser and through Java Webstart. And welcome back to another JavaFX tutorial. This new design has several implications regarding Java applet usage IMO, the bugs for webstart from many years ago are not addressed, and the end users will be afraid to deploy. I've been using Java WebStart as an application deployment tool for, well, several years now and it just gets better and better. What is the end user deployment for this runtime?
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