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Core Java™ 2 Volume I - Fundamentals, Seventh Edition by Gary Cornell, Cay S. Horstmann

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Chapter 10. Deploying Applets and Applications

At this point, you should be comfortable with using most of the features of the Java programming language, and you had a pretty thorough introduction to basic graphics programming in Java. We hope that you agree with us that Java is a nice (albeit not perfect), general-purpose OOP language, and the Swing user interface libraries are flexible and useful. That’s nice, but it isn’t what created the original hype around Java. The unbelievable hype during the first few years of Java’s life (as mentioned in Chapter 1) stemmed from applets. An applet is ...

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