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The Java® Tutorial: A Short Course on the Basics, 6th Edition by Sharon Biocca Zakhour, Joni Gordon, Sowmya Kannan, Scott Hommel, Raymond Gallardo

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Chapter 19. Doing More with Java Rich Internet Applications

Applets launched by using the Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP) have capabilities similar to those of Java Web Start applications. This chapter contains topics common to the development and deployment of applets and Java Web Start applications (together known as rich Internet applications). If you are unfamiliar with applets or Java Web Start applications, you can learn more in the following chapters:

• To learn more about applet development and deployment, see Chapter 17.

• To learn more about the development and deployment of Java Web Start applications, see Chapter 16.

Setting Trusted Arguments and Secure Properties

You can set certain Java Virtual Machine arguments and secure properties ...

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