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Java: JApplet
Java: JApplet
All of my tutorials thus far have been using JFrame to create windows. However, Java also supports the Applet, this enables your applications to be viewable in your internet browser. All swing components that have been discussed in my previous tutorials can be used in an Applet.
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3-Dimensional Cube
3-Dimensional Cube
HTML is not allowed, so I cannot post this in the applet format, but here's the source:
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Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Enemies
Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Enemies
In this tutorial we add some enemies for the player to avoid.
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Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Getting Started
Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Getting Started
In this tutorial we lay the foundation for an Android game that uses Flixel.
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Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Adding a player
Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Adding a player
In this tutorial we add a player controlled character to the game.
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Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Adding Weapons
Creating a game on Google Android game with Flixel - Adding Weapons
In this tutorial we add some weapons to the game.
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Embedding Ogre3D in a web browser.
Embedding Ogre3D in a web browser.
This free tutorial shows you how to embed the Ogre 3D engine to a web browser. Demo and source code included.
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Java Applet Tutorial
Java Applet Tutorial
This applet tutorial will take you through the process of creating java applets. This tutorial will teach you by giving step by step examples of the most common uses in an applet.Throughout the java tutorial all new lines of code are explained. In a couple of minutes you will be able to draw shapes, a few minutes later you will be able to use GUI and after that you will learn how to interact with the user.
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Balls Applet
Balls Applet
The code demonstrates how to use threads in applets. This example creates 9 Canvases (threads) each having a ball moving inside the canvas boundaries. The speed, size and color of balls can be customized in the code
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Java Applet Login System Tutorial
Java Applet Login System Tutorial
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create your very own login system in java by using an Applet. Applets are objects that are imbedded into java supported browsers. First I will give you the entire code of the login box and will explain each part of the code as the tutorial progresses.
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Creating a starfield with a java applet
Creating a starfield with a java applet
This tutorial will show you how to make stars for a background in your application using random numbers and loops. This will also give you the basics for using applets.
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Java Runtime Problems
Java Runtime Problems
A brief note about some possible causes of runtime problems which may prevent Java applets from working correctly.
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Apycom Java Menus' Tutorial
Apycom Java Menus' Tutorial
This tutorial offers a great way to learn more about Apycom Java Menu Applets. Apycom Java Menu Applets is a collection of highly configurable java applets that allows you to create cross-browser drop down menus, bars, and buttons for your Website.
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Out of the Sandbox
Out of the Sandbox
Get your applet out of the sandbox. This guide takes you through the steps involved in creating digitally signed applets. These trusted applets can overcome the restrictions placed by the sandbox such accessing local files and folders.
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Step by Step Java Tutorial
Step by Step Java Tutorial
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the process of building applets. Using a Learn-By-Example method, within a few minutes you will be able to display things on the screen, a few minutes later you are able to use a GUI and after that you will see how to interact with the user. Topics include: Graphical Interface, HelloWorld Example, Drawing Shapes and using Colors, Displaying Images, Using GUI components, and The Layout Managers.
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Total Tutorials in Category: 15