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    ElvisMachuca is offline Member
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    Default How To Launch An Applet Through Other Than A Webbrowser?


    I have been searching for this all over the web. But I have not found anything useful.

    Does anyone know if you can launch an applet through other means, other than web browser or through the Eclipse.

    You know when you write an applet in eclipse you just extend a class and you hit Run (application) and the applet launches.

    Or you can export the applet and run the applet from a browser.

    Is there another way, to launch an applet like you would a JFrame?

    Or the ways I just mentioned above are the only absolute ways to launch an applet?

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    jashburn is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: How To Launch An Applet Through Other Than A Webbrowser?

    There are 2 ways that immediately come to my mind.

    1. Draggable applet

    See Developing Draggable Applets (The Java™ Tutorials > Deployment > Java Applets). A "draggable" applet can be dynamically transformed into a Web Start application.

    2. Wrap in a JFrame


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