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WallClock is applet Clock that can have an image file as its background. The color or arms and length can be customized. This can also be linked to an URL if any.
Cost: Free for non-commercial use
Hijry Clock display both the Gregorian and the Islamic dates along with local time. As known to everyone the Islamic Hijry calendar is not fully accurate and depends on the moon setting.
JWatch is a simple clock that allows adjustments of the hour and minute. This is a text based watch. The settings can be done by double clicking on the clock.
Digital clock in pseudo-3D drawn from scratch using grass-roots AWT methods.
Version: JDK 1.0
JADC (Java Advanced Digital Clock) is a Java applet with 255 ready to use images in 17 sets. The applet either works as a digital clock or as a time counter. The applet can work on a browser that supports Java 1.1. The time zone and input and output time format are customizable in this applet.
Cost: Free Demo / 15 Euro
Digital Clock implements the digital clock and caters to 24 hour time zones and a 24 hour clock or you can also select a AM/PM option. Customizable parameters include font style, size, color etc.
Countdown clock is an applet clock in Java, which does countdown from the time given to it. Customizable parameters include fonts and its colors and the countdown time.
Java World Clock caters to all the 24 time zones at the same time. It allows you to select a select a time zone other than your location. You can also select daylight time and AM/PM.
Analog Clock displays time of your time zone. This displays an analog clock and even allows you to draw a crude analog clockface.
Local Time Digital Clock can display your local time to your visitors anywhere over the world. It can also show the GMT/UTC time instead. It allows you to hide the leading zero of the date and time.