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If you want to further control the Java runtime that is actually included in your application, be sure to create a custom runtime.
to a suitable custom Java runtime image for the application, run
jlink before detaching the application. The generated passport photos are then wrapped with the
--runtime-image parameter. Reasons why you might want to use a custom image for reading:
- Controlling the options used to create the runtime
- Package your application with a different Java version than the one used to run
- Use the same runtime across multiple applications.
For example, our following commands create a JDK 14 runtime containing JavaFX 13 segments and then package that runtime while the application is in place:
jlink --output jdk-14 + fx --module track javafx-jmods-13 n --Add segments to javafx.web, javafx.media, javafx.fxml, java.loggingjpackage Monapp --name --input lib --main-jar myApp.jar n --runtime-image jdk-14 + fx
When individuals package an application that may require an older version of new Java Use the new option
--runtime-image at runtime. The following team specializes in Learning JDK 11 with your app:
jpackage --name myapp --entered lib --main-jar myApp.jar n --runtime-image jdk-11.0.5
If your application requires a great custom runtime based on an older version of the JDK, use the type from the older version to run
jlink to create the runtime image. Then inject the current JDK to run
jpackage and pass the custom runtime to it. The following commands create custom sensors with JDK 11.0.5 and product with JDK 14:
c: Program Files Java jdk-11.0.5 bin jlink Productivity n my-jdk11 --add-modules java.desktop, java.datatransferc: Program Files Java jdk-14 bin jpackage --name myapp --input lib n --main-jar myApp.jar --runtime-image my-jdk11
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jMaki layouts primarily serve as a starting point for building your web concepts using HTML and CSS. The CSS is clear and easily customizable to suit your needs.
Services such as convenience APIs for subscribing to voice publishing and xmlhttprequest on the client are available for all icons as a means of communication.
* jMaki Glue is based on the best publish / subscribe events and the most important publish / subscribe engine. Allows to shape application behavior and time widgets along with Jav actionsaScript when a specific nice event on a real topic is published.
* JMaki Injector is truly a customer service that allows your whole family to create an external profile in any div. bring the item. The injector translates and writes CSS to support the overall content of the page and creates widgets that can be loaded into an iframe without overly considering usability requirements.
The XmlHttpProxy module offers widgets the ability to discover JSON or XML access to RESTful XML services outside of the webdominion application. These services include feeds, Yahoo RSS services such as geocoding, Flickr image searches, and more. XmlHttpProxy allows widgets to directly access services in a unified manner by providing XSL to JSON transformations that can be easily customized in many cases.
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