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Applet viewer in java


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AlErT

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hello !!!!!!!

i am learning java and i am using command prompt to compile and run all programs.
the problem is when i try to run applets using appletviewer command it takes lot of time to load,start and kill .
so i am in big mess .


please help me

thanks
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are you still having a problem?

slowness with java may be 'normal'

any time a java program is executed, ALL of the relevant .class files are loaded first. this can take several seconds.

evaluate all of the 'import' lines and delete any unnecessary lines(if you can remove a line and it still compiles, then it is unnecessary).

but ... expect java to startup slowly if many .class files are involved.
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hello thanks for reply but my problem is resolved .actually i hibernate computer therefore lot of system aplications which require restart were pending from long time .so i just get my resources free and applet is running fine
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hello !!!!!!!

i am learning java and i am using command prompt to compile and run all programs.
the problem is when i try to run applets using appletviewer command it takes lot of time to load,start and kill .
so i am in big mess .


please help me

thanks


Why are you using the cmd prompt to run your java applet programs? You should really use an IDE like Eclipse. It will make the job of compilation automated and the execution user based a whole lot more simpler.
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yea, I didn't even know you could use cmd until a few weeks ago :)

how would you use it exactly anyway? just run the notepad file? =/
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Hay Friends

TUTORIAL: Customizing Applet

Customizing Applet Loading Progress

These code is to customize applet game loading/downloading by adding downloading progress bar, background image, color, text, etc.

Because this one comes from the standard Java SDK, this code can be applied to all kinds of applets.
There is no need for anything else, not even the GTGE library.

The additional applet param tag :
Code:
<applet code="MainClass" archive="archive.jar" width=640 height=480>
<PARAM NAME="image" VALUE="imagebg.gif">
<PARAM NAME="progressbar" VALUE="true">
<PARAM NAME="boxmessage" VALUE="what to say while loading">
<PARAM NAME="boxbgcolor" VALUE="0,0,0">
<PARAM NAME="boxfgcolor" VALUE="255,255,255">
<PARAM NAME="progresscolor" VALUE="255,0,0">
</applet>

* param image : gif or jpg
the applet background or if the image size is smaller than applet area it will be the applet icon.
* progressbar : true or false
must be true to show the applet progress bar.
* boxmessage : loading applet
Custom text to show to the user while loading progress.
* boxbgcolor : color value *
applet loading background color
* boxfgcolor : color value *
applet loading progress bar border color
* progresscolor : color value *
applet loading progress bar fill color

* color value can be one of the following:
RGB color, standard HTML color, hexadecimal color format, or any color from java.awt.Color.

To see how it works, you can try any of applet games in the our site games section.
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