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  1. How to use HTML to display an Applet in browsers

    by , 12-08-2011 at 12:19 PM
    Applet is a Java based application which is embedded into a web page. Its advantage is to provide rich user interface experience and interaction just like other desktop applications, while still keeping the powerful features of Java like cross-platform, security, multi-threading…
    This article will guide you through some basic steps to build a simple applet, use HTML code to display the applet in browsers. In addition, you will learn how to passing parameters and loading external libraries ...
  2. XSLT processing in Java

    by , 11-28-2011 at 07:25 PM (My Java Tips)
    XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) is used to transform XML files into other formats like HTML format. There are many XSLT processors (libraries) available to be used in Java for XSLT transformation. These libraries can be used from a Java application like JSP/Servlet to read a XML file and to transform it into a HTML.

    An XSLT processor takes two inputs: an XML file and an XSLT stylesheet.

    For this post, I have chosen Xalan-Java library for the transformation. ...
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  3. Fetching HTML content of a Web Page

    by , 11-10-2011 at 05:46 PM (My Java Tips)
    Sometimes you are required to fetch and store data from web pages. If there are too many pages to parse, then obviously this cannot be done manually. Java provides support for web text extraction.

    The approach is simple. You have to fetch all the HTML contents of a webpage and then you can write your own parser to extract the required info. For example: you might be asked to only store the text in table data tag with caption Hobbies. So you will store all the HTML contents of web ...