Applet


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Applet

In computing, an application program that has one and only one function. Very often, an applet is a small part of a larger application.
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Pricing estimates can be added directly into the module, as opposed to existing only in the learning activity, either with the current applet state or in addition to any planned improvements.
They suggest that unless proper training is provided, users might not be able to make pro-security decisions when presented with security scenarios like java applet messages.
Flash ActionScript, Java applet and JSP are able to utilize network socket; JavaScript, HTML5 and other HTML scripts utilize XMLHttpRequest or WebSocket to measure network performance.
In the case discussed here, one may argue that the choice of task assigned by the teacher is not appropriate because 8/7 cannot be represented by the applet. One may also criticise the design of this technology, such as the display of an empty box instead of an image of a large cross.
The Java exploit that made headlines this month infected users with malware when they clicked on websites packed with dangerous Java applets. Bitdefender Java.Exploit.CVE-2012-4681.F detection instantly blocks the applets, making the malware impossible to be installed on users' devices.
This website contains a huge collection of applets organised by the five strands of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards and also by grade bands.
* National Council of Teachers' (NCTM, 2000) Least squares regression applet <standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/chap7/7.4>
The technology used for implementing the Client application, further called applet, is Java Applet.
Here's how it works: "multihost data polling" uses a "translation applet" that lives behind each business unit's firewall.
The participants solved two assignments with applets. The first assignment was a task in the geometry class, where the participants were required to solve a geometry problem using an applet.