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How to create a JavaFX applet
Creating a JavaFX applet :
When compiling JavaFX applet in Neatbeans folder distr project creates 4 files:
- test.html - page with built-in applet
- test.jar - applet itself
- test.jnlp - to run the applet via Webstart
- test_browser.jnlp - to run the applet embedded in the page (note that specifies an invalid attribute Netbeans codebase)
The standard page is created by running Netbeans to run the applet contains the following code:
<script src="address here">script> <script> javafx ( ( archive: "test.jar", width: 800, height: 400, code: "test.Main", name: "test" ) ) </script>
To view files in the cache, open the panel of Java (for Windows: Start / Control Panel / Java)
Re: How to create a JavaFX applet
Then, on the General tab, click View ...
All files where the address starts with address that you have mentioned above, are part of the JavaFX runtime.
Signed applet :
To access any system resources the applet to be signed. When starting a signed applet warning appears:
To sign enough in the project properties Netbeans deliver relevant :
More information on JavaFX
- Here is the comparison between Flex vs Silverlight vs JavaFX
- JavaFX is also platform independent.
- JavaFX is mainly designed for web and it is really very great at its work.
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