To convert from a Java Applet to an application: Delete import *;. applet code=”” width= height=>. To building the applet code two classes of java library are essential namely Applet and Graphics. The Applet class is contained in package provides. An Applet is the special type of Java program that is run on web browser. The Applet class provides the standard interface between applet and browser.
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Save the above program: Introduction An Applet is the special type of Java program that is run on progaming browser. The Applet class provides the standard interface between applet and browser. An applet class does not have main method and it extends the java. An applet program runs through applet viewer. Advantages of Applets Applets are supported by most web browser.
Applets have very less response time, because it works at client side. Applets are quite secure because of their access of resources.
An untrusted applet has no access to local machine. The size of applets is small, making it easier to transfer over network.
Limitations of Applets Applets require a Java plug-in to execute. Applets do not support file system. Applet itself cannot run or modify any application on the local system.
It cannot work with native methods of system. An applet cannot access the client-side resources.
nava Applet Life Cycle It is derived from the Applet class. When an Applet is created, it goes through different stages; it is known as applet life cycle. Born or initialization state 2.
Display state Applet Life Cycle Methods 1. It is called by browser or applet viewer only once.
Getting a message printed through Applet import java.