Responsive Ad Area

Applications

Desktop Applications

Java Desktop Applications Let me explain a few things that will prepare you to run a Java Desktop Application, and other Java Applications as well. If you do not get this right the application won't run. Bytecode example that looks very similar to assembly language.   Java runs in a virtual machine, meaning this VM (java.exe or javaw.exe) interprets Java bytecode. For the VM to be able to interpret the bytecode it needs to be started up and given the name of an executable Java class. An executable Java class is one with a "public static void main(String args[])" method. Also any supporting classes must be on the classpath. The Java VM first loads the class with the main method and then begins loading all other classes needed for the application to run. Objects, Classes and the classpa...