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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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The company will initially target the TrueMotion Streaming Java Applet at the online advertising market.
Appwerx EXPRESSO will provide tremendous benefit to any company deploying Java applets worldwide" states Nick Kooij, VP Software Engineering, Appwerx Inc.
AppStream is a server technology that is implemented by the owner of the Java applet.
identify all Web pages in its index that contain Java applets.
SnapNStudio(TM)'s patent pending technology allows applications created within the SnapNStudio(TM) development environment to integrate seamlessly into any web page as a thin-client Java applet.
DALI includes a library of Java applets that simulate real-life control panel objects to provide monitoring and control of I/O points on the embedded hardware.
Users program agents with the included visual programming mechanisms, and they can compile their finished simulations into Java applets and share them on the Web.
Java applets and other custom plug-ins were developed to enhance end-user interaction within a Web page--successfully overcoming most of the obstacles associated with HTML forms.
The PRO Edition is the only software of its kind that supports web sites with FLASH and JAVA applets, and can switch between different web pages automatically with its tabbed browser interface.
TeamSpirit(TM)Java is a Java library for creating Java applets to enable the following features:
This presentation will discuss technology examples in detail, including interaction between Web browser scripting and Java applets, providing joystick support to Java applets, motion detection in a video stream, and real-time control of robotic devices.
As the number of Web sites using Java applets to enable interactivity continues to increase, support for Java on Internet capable embedded devices becomes a critical development requirement.
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