BootStrap will boot a Java environment discribed as a set of service applications that
are located on the local machine or on the Internet. BootStrap can be used to boot your application
off the Internet. It provides a Security Manager and Cache Manager to load your applications. For detailed information view the BootStrap Developers Guide.
To see a good example of the BootStrap in action download the Xito Application Manager. It uses Bootstrap to boot its services and provide the
basic security, caching, and execution framework.
Sample BootStrap Dialogs (win32)
Sample BootStrap Dialogs (win xp)
BootStrap Launching lots of SwingSets in the same VM (win32)
BootStrap Sample running on MacOS X