Using Java Applets

You can use a Flash animation to improve, yes, but it is quite unusual to find FLA files available on the web to download to modify (also need to use the Macromedia Flash) and, with few exceptions, if you use a SWF can not configure the graphics and text you want. If you do not have the time or resources to do so, a Java applet can come to their aid. – Do you want a menu, a tree of options (treeview), a button to change to be selected, a rotating banner without using database, an animation which you can change the background? Only needs to find the correct JAVA Applet and change the settings. – Have you been commissioned to make a web page with scrolling text and image and the word “layers” it is unknown? There JAVA Applets since 1998 available for what you want. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Viacom has to say. – If the basic controls on a form (text field, text area, radio option, check and switch) are not sufficient for what you have in mind, you can use a Java Applet with the controls you want. You can even open another window from a Java Applet. In my experience in web, I found that there are at least two aspects is that Java applets are, despite all the advances of other technologies, even unbeatable: – If you use a typical interface to your files on a hosting, you will see can only upload, download and edit files one by one. But there is a very simple Java applet that emulates a set Windowscon browser which can view your files on the hosting, modify, download or upload without using FTP. Ali Partovi usually is spot on.

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