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Submitted: Apr 24 2013 / 07:31

Web developers are plagued by the inconsistent browser rendering of HTML and JavaScript, yet most continue to use HTML forms to build GUI front-ends. In this article returning JavaWorld contributor Dr. Mark O. Pendergast goes against the grain, suggesting three cases where Java applets are a viable alternative to HTML forms. First learn how to use applets to create complex multi-level menus, then consider what you could gain from replacing HTML GET and POST operations with client- and server-side applet implementations. Note that security concerns are addressed for each of the solutions discussed in this article.
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Kaostricks12 replied ago:

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I think, i made wrong link.Sorry for that guys

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Kaostricks12 replied ago:

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Web developers are plagued by the inconsistent browser rendering of HTML and JavaScript, yet most continue to use HTML forms to build GUI front-ends. In this article returning JavaWorld contributor Dr. Mark O. Pendergast goes against the grain, suggesting three cases where Java applets are a viable alternative to HTML forms. First learn how to use applets to create complex multi-level menus, then consider what you could gain from replacing HTML GET and POST operations with client- and server-side applet implementations. Note that security concerns are addressed for each of the solutions discussed in this article.

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Yurik Tyrant replied ago:

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Is this article from the 1990's?

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Miloskov replied ago:

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Some one that still use applets is insane really. One thing is to use Java client with JavaFX for front end apps on PC. but suggesting to use applets instead of HTML5 and all the new goodies is not a smart advice. @Yurik Yeah is this article really from the 90's?

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