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Aleks V. Pascoal
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Types of Java clients: applets, midlets or applications.

Please tell me if I'm correct and the follow apply to all of then

To create an user interface allows more flexibility and more interation with users, less bandwidth consume (since presentation logic doesn't need to come from server) and maybe less conections with the server (Ex: to reorder a list a browser need to send a new request to the server, an java client may not do that). But the implementation is more complex.
 
Matt Kidd
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which objective is this supposed to be answering?
 
Mahesh Kumaraguru
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I think Aleks is refering to "Section 7.1 Describe at a high level the basic characteristics, benefits and drawbacks of creating thin-clients..."
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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