gong pex wrote:
Sorry for long to reply, it must do using java and JSP (both)
Java runs on the server, it is not going to help you out.
JSP generates the HTML.
please come to : oracle
this slide, if I put it into HTML for browser using JSP it can be or not? (in this case no need to use JFrame, I only need to display slides on web browser)
To be honest, I really have no idea what the question is. Could you be sure to ask it in clear language?
sorry if my language is not clear, because if not in practice, this rather difficult to asked,
if I create java application on JFrame for example like this :
the output is : frame that written "Hello world", and I ever heard if to display it ("hello world") on browser I need JSP.
My question : if the output is not "hello world", but slides, dropdown and etc, can I display them to browser using JSP?
please be patient to answer my question
Bear Bibeault wrote:JFrame has nothing at all to do with JSP. Are you really asking about Applets?
Sir, really I only understand JSP and Java, but about Applets and servlets I don't understand,
actually, what's difference of servlets and applets, and is used for what?
because that I know to deploy java to browser, it must using JSP
Can you explain to me please?
I think if using java I can create slideshow that cannot blocked or disabled by user
That's mean of my question
Thank you sir for reply
Java means an applet. JSP creates HTML. Decide which one you want to use.