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I did a school project in Java. It's a Help Desk System. The problem is that Applets take long to load and i was wondering if there's any way that i can make them load faster.
Please help, the system looks good but the speed at which the applets load is disappointing.
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U r still living in stone age, yes, Applets once ruled the web, but now is dropped like hot potato. Application though are still running well, Applets have proven problems with the web. So be it, the Browser u use, the memory allocated and so on, applets is definitely gonna give u problems.....Either run u Application as Swing or move into the Latest in frontend technology, Macromedia's FlashMX. A Flash MX just works like a Thick client, but can be run on a browser making it a Thin Client. It communicated with any of the server side program, be is ASP, PHP or Servlets...or for that matter...even EJB!!! And coming to presentation graphics, boy u should luk into a Flash Screen...u'll forget that something called Swing Exists!!!
Want more info on how to use Flash as Front end to JAva Servers??? contact me
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Moving to the Applets forum.
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