Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J803. This topic is presented on public course Java Extra
How do you pass parameters relating to the Browser environment to a Java Applet? And how do you pass it information from the server to display?
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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 ...
|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 ...
Examples from our training material
|crow.html|| Web page calling applet with data parameters|
|crow.java|| Graphing Applet that picks up parameters from the HTML|
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