Java applet - Übersetzung nach Englisch
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Java applet - Übersetzung nach Englisch

DISCONTINUED WAY TO RUN SMALL JAVA PROGRAMS IN BROWSERS
Java plug-in; Java Applet; Java plugin; Java Applets; Java applets; Java Plug-in; Java - Writing an Applet; Java apps; Java.applet
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Java applet         
Kleines Programm in Java geschrieben das eine visuelle Übersicht zu einer Webseite erstellt (Internet)
Java Development Kit         
IMPLEMENTATION OF EITHER ONE OF THE JAVA PLATFORM, STANDARD EDITION, JAVA PLATFORM, ENTERPRISE EDITION, OR JAVA PLATFORM, MICRO EDITION PLATFORMS
Java 2 SDK; JDK; J2SDK; Java jdk; Java 2 Software Development Kit; Java SDK; Java Development Toolkit; JDK 1.2
Entwicklungsausrüstung für Java, Paket von Computerprogrammen um Javasoftware zu erstellen
Java Virtual Machine         
RUNTIME ENVIRONMENT THAT CAN EXECUTE JAVA BYTECODE AS A RESULT OF COMPILING COMPUTER PROGRAMS WRITTEN IN THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
Jvm; JVM; Java VM; JavaVM; Java vm; Java sandbox; C to Java byte-code compiler; Java runtime system; C to Java Virtual Machine compilers; JSR 924; Java Virtual Machine heap; JVM heap; Permanent Generation; Jvm architecture; Permanent generation; Permgen; PermGen; Jucheck.exe process; Java Virtual Machine; Java Virtual Machine Specification; Java runtime; TeaVM; Bck2Brwsr; Java-to-JavaScript compilers
Java Virtual Machine, JVM, Software für die Ausführng von java Programme notwendig (Computer)

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Java
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Java applet

Java applets were small applications written in the Java programming language, or another programming language that compiles to Java bytecode, and delivered to users in the form of Java bytecode. The user launched the Java applet from a web page, and the applet was then executed within a Java virtual machine (JVM) in a process separate from the web browser itself. A Java applet could appear in a frame of the web page, a new application window, Sun's AppletViewer, or a stand-alone tool for testing applets.

Java applets were introduced in the first version of the Java language, which was released in 1995. Beginning in 2013, major web browsers began to phase out support for the underlying technology applets used to run, with applets becoming completely unable to be run by 2015–2017. Java applets were deprecated by Java 9 in 2017.

Java applets were usually written in Java, but other languages such as Jython, JRuby, Pascal, Scala, NetRexx, or Eiffel (via SmartEiffel) could be used as well.

Java applets run at very fast speeds and until 2011, they were many times faster than JavaScript. Unlike JavaScript, Java applets had access to 3D hardware acceleration, making them well-suited for non-trivial, computation-intensive visualizations. As browsers have gained support for hardware-accelerated graphics thanks to the canvas technology (or specifically WebGL in the case of 3D graphics), as well as just-in-time compiled JavaScript, the speed difference has become less noticeable.

Since Java bytecode is cross-platform (or platform independent), Java applets could be executed by clients for many platforms, including Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD, Unix, macOS and Linux. They could not be run on mobile devices, which do not support running standard Oracle JVM bytecode. Android devices can run code written in Java compiled for the Android Runtime.