Running the sample in a web browser
To run the example try:
cd libraries/examples/browser-example mvn install open sample.html
This should open a browser which then shows some simple HTML which then includes some dynamically generated content.
kool.io's browserRunning the sample on Java 7 with JavaFX and
You can also run the sample as Java code on a JVM using JavaFX (which includes its own webkit rendering engine for HTML / CSS / JS support) using the kool.io JavaFX browser.
First you need to install Java 7 update 4 or later which ships with JavaFX.
You will need to setup JAVA_HOME and PATH environment variables to point to the latest JDK. If you install Java 7 and use a Mac you might want to run this first...
export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.7.0.jdk/Contents/Home export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH
You can check you have JavaFX in your JDK install via
ls -l $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/jfxrt.jar
which should find the JavaFX runtime jar (jfxrt.jar).
Running the sample in JavaFX
To run the sample try...
mvn test -Pjavafx
Assuming you've Java 7 enabled and JAVA_HOME points to the JRE/JDK for Java 7 or later which includes JavaFX.