Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
java.applet

Packages that use java.applet
java.applet Provides the classes necessary to create an applet and the classes an applet uses to communicate with its applet context. 
java.beans Contains classes related to developing beans -- components based on the JavaBeansTM architecture. 
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
org.omg.CORBA Provides the mapping of the OMG CORBA APIs to the JavaTM programming language, including the class ORB, which is implemented so that a programmer can use it as a fully-functional Object Request Broker (ORB). 
 

Classes in java.applet used by java.applet
Applet
          An applet is a small program that is intended not to be run on its own, but rather to be embedded inside another application.
AppletContext
          This interface corresponds to an applet's environment: the document containing the applet and the other applets in the same document.
AppletStub
          When an applet is first created, an applet stub is attached to it using the applet's setStub method.
AudioClip
          The AudioClip interface is a simple abstraction for playing a sound clip.
 

Classes in java.applet used by java.beans
Applet
          An applet is a small program that is intended not to be run on its own, but rather to be embedded inside another application.
 

Classes in java.applet used by javax.swing
Applet
          An applet is a small program that is intended not to be run on its own, but rather to be embedded inside another application.
Applet.AccessibleApplet
          This class implements accessibility support for the Applet class.
 

Classes in java.applet used by org.omg.CORBA
Applet
          An applet is a small program that is intended not to be run on its own, but rather to be embedded inside another application.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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