Take your Java application to the Mac App Store

In this guide I’ll go through all the steps required to port your Java Swing application to OpenJDK with the goal of preparing it for the submission into the App Store. Although the App Store guidelines explicitly forbids applications to rely on deprecated or optionally installed technologies (Apple no longer bundles their JDK port so applications can’t rely on the user to have it installed), you can still distribute your Java application on the App Store by embedding the OpenJDK 7 OSX port in a native OSX application.

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