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Developing and distributing Java applications for the client side

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Java Web Start is an application that assists in development of client side applications. This is unique as it liberates you from concerning yourself with how the client is launched, either from a Web browser or from the desktop.

Introducing inheritance to PropertyResourceBundles

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This article shows you how to use Property Resource Bundles to create a fully internationalized java application in a simplified design and implementation procedure and how the existing bundles can be reused.

Migrating web application from websphere 3.5 to 4.0

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This is a tutorial on migrating application like Servlets, JSP, JavaBeans of Websphere 3.5 to Websphere 4.0. WebSphere Server 4.0 is a J2EE 1.2 compliant application.

Creating Java2D composites for rollover effects

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From this article you can learn to create a more consistent rollover and/or selection effects in Java applications. It also shows how to construct images within Java application and to use AWT composites by manipulating them.

Visual Application Builder

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Visual Application Builder is a tool that can be used by basic learners to present interactive and powerful J2EE applications in an easy and simple way.

Cost: Free

Use the Element Construction Set to create formatted logs

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This is a simple tutorial intended to give an introduction for the java programmers about Jakarta ECS, its usage in generating reports from server loog files etc.,

Cost: Free