Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J711. This topic is presented on public course Java Programming for the Web
Java programs run in JREs Ð Java Runtime Environments. Those runtime environments may be traditional "keyboard to screen" applications, or they may run on servers, or within web clients (browsers). This module shows you how you can incorporate a java class (known as an Applet) within a web page, so that the methods of the class are run by the browser. Such applets are typically used to provide intelligent forms and graphics.
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|3049||Computer Graphics is fun - even if Java Applets are Old Hat|
Applets - small applications which include a Graphic User Interface in them - are where Java started ... but they didn't grow as much as other uses of Java and these days they're something of a specialist interest - great for some Intranet applications, but not so common / practical on applications that ...
|2036||Java Tag Libraries / how they work / Tomcat Deployment|
A Java (JSP) tag library is a set of additional XML tags that you can include in your Java Server Page in order to create objects and set and get the attributes of those objects. Let's see an example.
I can write the following into my HTML:
<jsp:useBean id="bigmac" class="shape.Cube"/>
|1325||Java - Client side applet applications as well as server side|
Java started off as being a client side language - and our first (1996) course concentrated on Applets and the awt - Abstract Windowing Toolkit - to which Swing was added quite soon. But Applets took off slowly, whereas Servlets - Java as a server side language - grew by leaps and bounds and our courses ...
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Topics covered in this module
The methods you may and must provide.
Including Java in your page: HTML tags.
The Abstract Windowing Toolkit.
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