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2. Packaging for browser deployment —to get the application deployed as a JavaFX
applet, it must be packaged as such. To do this, we will use the javafxpackager
tool (see the recipes Building and packaging your app using javafxpackager and
Packaging your app as an applet in this chapter). As we have seen in the previous
recipes, this step will yield a JAR file, a HTML file with the bootstrap JavaScript, and
a browser JNLP file.
3. The HTML page —create an HTML file which will embed both the applet and an HTML
form that controls the applet. Copy the bootstrap JavaScript stub, generated in
previous step, and add it to the HTML file, as shown next. Modify the JavaScript code
by adding an id attribute to the javafx() parameter. Also, create a new function
named update() that will control the interaction between the JavaScript and the
JavaFX applet:
<script src=""></script>
// stub from packaging step
archive: "js2jfx.jar",
width: 800,
height: 100,
code: "JavaScript2JavaFXDemo",
name: "js2jfx",
// added function to control JavaFX
function update(color) {
var js2jfx = document.getElementById("js2jfx");
js2jfx.script.textContent =
js2jfx.script.textFont =
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