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GJInstaller Framework provides a rapid way to make Java installer programs.

You can make your professional Java installer application without learning script languages. What is more without fee!

The installer programs made with the GJInstaller consist of two main parts: In the first part the program collects parameters from the user for the installing process.

The second part is itself the install process that performs the install according to the collected parameters.

The first part consists of install steps. Each step is one screen (a Java panel) that collects a specified group of the necessary parameters. GJInstaller provides the main type of steps (such as Welcome, Licence, JRE parameters, ...), and you can insert your steps as well.

URL: http://www.gjtester.com/gjinstaller.php
Licence: Proprietary


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