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Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart by Mauro Marinilli

Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart



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Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart Mauro Marinilli ebook
ISBN: 0672321823, 9780672321825
Publisher: Sams
Format: pdf
Page: 393


Another way of doing this is to start a slave agent through Java Web Start (JNLP). Since Java 6 Update 10, Sun has distributed an NPAPI plugin and ActiveX control called "Java Deployment Toolkit" to provide developers with a simpler method of distributing their applications to end users. Java has early released JWS technology (Java Web Start). In this approach, you'll interactively logon to the slave node, open a browser, and open the slave page. Its original intention is quite good: wish to establish a seamless bridge between desktop apps and Web page. Installing Java 7 on my shiny new MacBook Pro with Retina display made all Java Web Start programs look absolutely crap by doing some not-too-fancy scaling on the graphics. Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart. Web Start is my first choose for application deployment, but the JNLP files offers you many option, and it is hard to remind everything. Today, I want to write about two topics I really like: NetBeans and Java Web Start. Java Web Start (henceforth, jws) provides java developers with a way to let users launch and install their applications using a URL to a Java Networking Launching Protocol (.jnlp) file (essentially some xml describing the program). Aside from being invoked from the Java Web Start ActiveX control, Java Web Start can be launched by opening a JNLP file. Http://rapidshare.de/files/35104137/0672321823.zip. You'll be then presented with the JNLP launch icon.

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