You can use JxBrowser in Java Applet the same way as a standard Java library.
JxBrowser requires access to file system, so all the JAR libraries of your Java Applet must be signed. JxBrowser JAR files are signed with TeamDev signature by default, so you don’t need to to sign them.
Your APPLET tag on a web page should look like:
<APPLET code="com.mycompany.myapp.Application.class" codebase="." archive="myapp.jar, jxbrowser.jar,jxbrowser-win32.jar, jxbrowser-win64.jar,jxbrowser-mac.jar, jxbrowser-linux64.jar" WIDTH=800 HEIGHT=400> Browser doesn't support Java Applets. </APPLET>
Where the myapp.jar file is your application JAR file.
Note: If your Java Applet supports only Windows platform, there is no need to include the the jxbrowser-mac and jxbrowser-linux64 JAR files into the archive attribute.