JNLP Clients always launch an application from the specified main() method, and only
from that. Note also that a JVM runs only one launched application per time.
In Figure 8.5, we can see our text editor in all of its splendor. The application from now on is
executed like a normal Java application.
F IGURE 8.5
Our powerful text editor is ready to be used.
When launching an application via a JNLP file, a JNLP Client is always behind the scenes. If
we want, we can launch applications from its console without passing through the browser.
The Java Web Start window (with our editor application cached in) is shown in Figure 8.6.
F IGURE 8.6
Java Web Start, showing the application cached locally.