The primary goal of this effort was to introduce language changes that support writing cleaner, more robust code. If you use an IDE to develop your applications, it can help migrate existing code. The following list details the specific enhancements.
I'm basically trying to get a project with multiple packages in it to be embedded in a webpage. I made a test program which just made some balls bounce around the screen and was able to get that running.
I put the main class in one package and the ball class in another just to test it and it seems to be running fine. But the program that I actually need in a web page just called FinalProject refuses to do it. The best thing I can get it to do is give me a blank screen, without giving an error but just white.
If I try clicking where it should be nothing happens, I think because the applet is there but is just showing white so I can't see it. I did use the applet tag, which from my understanding is now depreciated but I need to turn this project in on a webpage just so the teacher can see it. We've already tested that other people's projects which used the applet tag work, so I was trying to stick with that for now and worry about getting it working on every browser afterwards.
Though that could very well be the problem. Maybe it would work on his browser but not mine here. Here is the HTML code: It's the one with the initactionPerformedpaint methods and all that good stuff. Currently I'm trying to run this offline on my computer, so there shouldn't be any net URL's I would think.
I used Eclipse to write the Java code, dunno if that makes any difference. Unfortunately, the Java code is rather large, too much to reproduce here, if there's something specific you think is the problem I can look and post that small section.
A few of my friends managed to get theirs working, however they said they had to remove all their. They also said had to remove all their mouse movement code. My program is kind of dependent on that, I need that for it to work at all. I dunno if that has something to do with this, but I figured I'd point it out just to be safe.
Any help here would be greatly appreciated.whenever I try to load it, so I know it's not disabled. – Doug Jun 10 '12 at I think you want to make sure your class is named alphabetnyc.com -- so in your code you should have had: public class FinalProject extends Applet I believe.
This book provides a set of design and implementation guidelines for writing secure programs. Such programs include application programs used as viewers of remote data, web applications (including CGI scripts), network servers, and setuid/setgid programs.
An applet is a Java program that can be included a web page by using HTML tags. The applet tag is the simpler but older method, and has been superseded by the object tag. Applet - Add a Java applet by specifying the attributes of the applet tag.
archive="url" - Address or filename of the Java archive file .jar) containing the class files. This book describes a set of guidelines for writing secure programs. For purposes of this book, a “secure program” is a program that sits on a security boundary, taking input from a source that does not have the same access rights as the program.
Such programs include application programs used as viewers of remote data, web applications (including CGI scripts), network servers, and setuid. Adding an Applet to an HTML Page Once you've written some code for your applet, you'll want to run your applet to test it.
To run an applet in a browser or in the JDK Applet Viewer, the applet needs to be added to an HTML page, using the tag. With the release of JDK 7, the Java Language continues to evolve. New language features make it possible to write tighter, more robust code.