This guide outlines the main features of Java Studio, and uses examples to demonstrate its applications. There are instructions on how to choose, use, and customize applets; edit web pages; insert applets on a page; maintain work in projects; and publish work on the web. The authors offer advice on creating dynamic web pages, pages that allow interaction with users, and pages that access and display data. At the end of the book is a reference section describing each Java Studio component, showing how to add components from other vendors, and explaining where to find out more.8. Click Next. 9. If you created a design that sends or receives information, you will have used an External Connector. If you used one or ... To allow other Java Studio users to use your packaged design, give them the JAR file. ... The title of the GUI window will be the title of the window in which your applet or application runs.
|Title||:||Java Studio by Example|
|Author||:||Lynn Weaver, Leslie Robertson|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1998|