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    Description: the Java story has largely been a client-side story. That's about to change. Now web servers can be extended through Java power just like web browser clients. In the context of client-server software solutions--including the serving and browsing of Internet web pages--Java applets have enabled client browsers to extend their behavior by downloading compiled code from network servers. Applets have changed the nature and meaning of...

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    Platform:Win95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Unix, Linux, Mac OS X
    Price:$349
    Date Added:03/08/2005
    Last Updated:03/08/2005

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