Now it is time for some examples that will introduce the JNLP technology. The next chapters will dig into the details, both with technical advice and with practical code.
Setting Up the Book Examples
Go to the companion Web site, and download the whole example pack; or do the examples chapter by chapter, if you like. You will find JAR files and “b2” directories containing both sources and needed resource files.
Directories, examples, and Java sources are organized by chapters. The chapters are rooted in the b2 directory. In the examples, the Web server has been brilliantly called “server”. If something doesn't work on your local configuration, just open up a JNLP file, and study its href attributes or modify them. If you encounter ...