Lecture08 - Java Programming 3e Concepts and Techniques Chapters 1-2 A Quick Review ICTN 2730/30/07 Assignments Read lecture notes and chapters 1-2

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Java Programming, 3e Concepts and Techniques Chapters 1-2 A Quick Review ICTN 2730 Lecture 08 01/30/07
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 2 Assignments Read lecture notes and chapters 1-2. Homework 2 is due tonight. Homework 3 will be posted Thursday night. Quiz 1, covering chapters 1-2 and lectures 01-08, will be available on Blackboard from 7 pm Sunday (2/3) till 9 pm Monday (2/4). 40 questions (Multiple Choice and True/False). 60 minutes.
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 3 Tips of the Day HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language The markup tags tell the web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari etc.) how to display the page. An HTML file must have an htm or html file extension. Tag <p> adds an extra blank line before and after a paragraph. Tag <br> breaks a line. <A HREF=“URL">Description Text</A> Creates a link to another document/website http://150.216.57.8/~username/homework2/NewWelcomeAp plet.html (Full path) Homework2/NewWelcomeApplet.html (Relative path)
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 4 Tips of the Day
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 5 Tips of the Day If the Java applet code is modified and recompiled on the remote server and you do not see the change, restart the browser to clear the cache. If the applet runs fine with TextPad but does not shows up in your web browser, reinstall your Java Runtime Environment. TextPad does not run the applet. It uses appletviewer to load the applet host document.
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 6 Java Program Types Console applications: Stand-alone programs using a command-line interface Windowed applications: Stand-alone programs using a graphical user interface Applets: Client-side programs executed as part of a displayed Web page. (What is a client/server?) Servlets: Server-side programs hosted and run on a Web server
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 7 Program Development Cycle
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ICTN 2730 taught by Professor Li during the Spring '08 term at East Carolina University .

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Lecture08 - Java Programming 3e Concepts and Techniques Chapters 1-2 A Quick Review ICTN 2730/30/07 Assignments Read lecture notes and chapters 1-2

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