Java languages, most notably JSP, or Java Server Pages. A special JSP tag library that translates the tags into HTML, using an integrated web server engine. The use of web interfaces to build applications has become especially popular with the growth of the web as a platform for business applications. Applications with web interfaces have become an important architectural pattern in enterprise applications, which are built on top of Java EE technology.
Java applications launched through the browser are called applets, which are used to display dynamic content on web pages and Java code can also be included in other types of HTML documents through embedded codes or through special tags added to the document by applets.
The classes and methods available to applets are provided by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) through the browser plug-in integration technology, which converts Java bytecode into machine code for each platform (Java Plug-in for Windows and Macintosh). Some of the most well-known Java applets are:
The Java programming language was developed by Sun Microsystems in 1995 with the intent on providing a more structured way to program desktop applications on the Linux operating system. It was initially intended to provide an alternative to Visual Basic and C++ in order to make programming easier for novice programmers and at the same time reduce development time. Its aim was also to allow developers to create cross-platform software more easily without too many restrictions compared to C++ or C# at that time.
Java has been developed with security in mind from the very beginning, making it extremely difficult for unsafe programs – such as viruses – to spread in this environment. This is because it has multiple layers of security preventing security breaches from the start
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