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Java Examples


 

A note from Stuart Baker:

Starting in 1997 I began changing my programming interests from assembly language to Java. I find Java to be a very interesting development environment. While it is far from the advertised panacea of "write once, run anywhere," it nevertheless comes closer than any other language I have worked with.

If you are planning to use Java in a controlled environment, you can use the latest version and take full advantage of all of the new and powerful tools in the language. On the other hand, if you are planning on developing an applet that can be used on a web site, you need to stick with the basics because you have no idea what version of Java will be supported by visitors to your web site.

I have written both Java applets and Java applications. If you need custom Java development, I can solve your problems. Two of the Java applets that I have developed are utilized within this web site and on other sites that I have developed.


If you need a specialized Java applet or Java application, we can develop that for you. Any custom Java development that we perform, that is not based upon existing products, will be provided to you in source code.

Any web site that we develop (see Web Examples page) is allowed to use the following Java applets within its pages. The ScrollText Java applet scrolls a user supplied text string across the applet window. It allows selection of the font name, style and size as well as colors and speed of motion. You can also define the width and color of a 3D border around the applet window. Here is an example of the ScrollText applet:

If you are interested in the technical details on how to use this Java applet click here.


The ScrollColor Java applet displays a user supplied text string in a rainbow of colors on a black background. It allows selection of the font name and style as well as the speed of the color rotation. The font size is dynamically adjusted to best fit the applet display window. You can also define the width and color of a 3D border around the applet window. Here is an example of the ScrollColor applet:

If you are interested in the technical details on how to use this Java applet click here.


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