Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J610. This topic is presented on public course Java Extra
Java has metamorphosed from a language who's main use
was in the provision of embedded elements in a web page
(such as Flash is currently popular for) into a Server
based language. But for certain applications, the old
examples are still useful and good. We've indexed the
old ones from our notes here, as a service to past delegates
and also in the hope / expectation that the may be relevant
to others who are searching for examples such as these.
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|2654||Java - from applets to servlets. JSPs and more|
When Java first came out in the mid 1990s, its main focus was on Applets - embedded chunks of applications that ran (and still run!) in a frame within a browser's window in much the same say that an image or flash movie is framed.
Java has progressed. It now has a far bigger 'market' in a whole range ...
|1070||Java Deployment course - lunch break|
We've several delegates on this week's course who are visiting the UK from overseas, and haven't been to Wiltshire before ... and the other delegates are staying with us. But the daylight is still short, and touring at night is cold and you can't see much.
So we started early today, then extended our ...
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Topics covered in this module
Many examples include.
Abstract Windowing Toolkit.
Applets and Applet tags.
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