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Roshini Sridharan
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How do i include Swing based Applet in the Browser.
Can anybody get me the step-wise procedure to incorporate swings Interfaced Applet
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Paul Stevens
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You just need to use the Sun plugin. There is nothing mystical or magical about it.
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Well the browser must support the version of Java that you'd be programming for. IE and Netscape stopped supporting Java at 1.1.8 (I think). You'd need to download and install the browser plug-in from Sun. Is this what you're curious about?
 
Rene Liebmann
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... of course, to use the Java Plugin is the best, you can do, but sometimes there are customers, who don't want to install anything.
I remember 2 years ago, I wrote an Swing based applet and I included a swingall.jar with all Swing related stuff. This worked well. But this jar is about 2 MByte large!
Just an idea, but a bad one. Use the Plugin if you can.
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Nathan Pruett
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Customers who don't want to install anything... don't get anything... :roll:

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[ May 06, 2002: Message edited by: Nathan Pruett ]
 
Paul Stevens
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Hah Hah
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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