Introduction to Java Applets (Part 1)
Small applications or utilities usually designed to be run from within a larger
program (such as a web browser).
Written using the Java and are typically designed to run from any web browser
Introduction to Java Applets (Part 2)
Creating Multiple Components in JApplet
A. Applet components that can be included in JApplet:
JLabel creates a label within the applet; it can be used to hold text within the
applet for various purposes.
I. Polynomial Functions
A polynomial function is a function in the form :
as its leading term, with the degree .
Polynomial functions are essential in making up rational functions.
A rational functi
A collection of integer values arranged into a fixed number of rows and columns.
Can be represented in its simplest form as a two-dimensional array in the form
of a table.
Properties of Matrices
Manipulability means that
A data structure that can be used in Java that is composed of sequences of
memory locations for storing data.
Composed of elements which contain values of a common data type, such as
integers, characters, or even string
CSS Properties (Part 1)
Considered one of the common uses for CSS.
Uses the font as the base keyword for its aligned properties.
Font properties apply to all elements and are inherited.
A. Font-family Property
Changes font fa
Introduction to CSS
The Cascading Style Sheet
A. How does HTML Fare in Modern Web Programming?
HTML-only websites are excessive in bandwidth.
Tables, nested tables, and spacer gifs control layout.
Extended <FONT> tags control textual formatti
Special Elements and Design Considerations (Part 1)
Used for properties of a document that provide information related to the browser
or search engines (such as the websites contents)
Uses the <META> tag pair for its declaration;
Special Elements and Design Considerations (Part 2)
Used to display sideways moving text.
Uses the <MARQUEE> tag pair for its declaration.
Any text between the tags will acquire the marquee behavior.
A. Marquee Element Attributes
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
A type of programming paradigm in which programmers can define key
programming concepts (such as data structures and the types of operations that
can be applied to them).
A. What is a class?
An HTML attribute that has no display characteristics and can be applied to
Uses specific CSS selectors that begin with a period (.); this is the required
syntax for class names as selector