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Applets
Java Reference Site
http://java.sun.com/j2se/5.0/
Refer to this site if you are using a Java development tool that does not come with the Sun Java demos, you can download the JDK (with the demos) from the Sun Microsystems Java Web site.
Applets for J2SE 5.0 Browsers
http://java.sun.com/j2se/5.0/docs/relnotes/demos.html
If your browser supports J2SE 5.0, you can test these applets located at this site.
Java Applet Resources
http://java.sun.com/applets
Contains several Java applet resources, including free applets that you can use on your own Web site, the demonstration applets from the JDK and other applets (many of which you can download). In a section entitled "Applets at Work," you can read about the uses of applets in industry.
Free Online Tutorials
http://java.sun.com/learning/
Free online tutorials.
JARS (Java Applet Rating Service) Site
http://www.jars.com
JARS—originally called the Java Applet Rating Service. Is another useful site, originally it was a large Java repository for applets. It rated every applet registered at the site as top 1%, top 5% or top 25%, so you could view the best applets on the Web. Early in the development of the Java language, having your applet rated here was a great way to demonstrate your Java programming abilities. JARS is now an all-around resource for Java programmers.
Java Applet Resources
/3/Portals/0/Repository/applets
Contains several Java applet resources, including free applets that you can use on your own Web site, the demonstration applets from the JDK and other applets (many of which you can download). In a section entitled "Applets at Work," you can read about the uses of applets in industry.
Introducing Java: Your First Applet
http://wdvl.internet.com/Authoring/Java/Intro/
"Introducing Java: Your First Applet,” teaches programmers how to design a simple GUI, handle events, read data into an applet and parse the data.

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Update :: December 17, 2017