The applets available below demonstrate features
of the Java platform. Swing set demos are available in the demo/jfc
directory of the JavaTM 2 SDK
installation. Each Swing demo has an associated README.txt file that
you should read for instructions on running the demo.
In general, applets can run in AppletViewer or in JavaTM-compatible browers
as noted below. Of course, applets that depend on any new APIs will
not work on any browsers that support only earlier version APIs, so there are
Java 2 Platform-based Applets - The AppletViewer in
the Java 2 SDK
or future compatible versions of Netscape, Internet Explorer,
or other browsers (whether with or without the Java Plug-In).
Java 1.1 Applets - Use HotJava 1.0, AppletViewer 1.1 or
1.1-compatible versions of Netscape, Internet Explorer, or other browsers.
Java 1.0 Applets - Use Netscape 3.0, Internet Explorer 3.0,
HotJava pre-beta, or AppletViewer 1.0 or a later version of any of these
The AppletViewer is provided with the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, in
the SDK's bin directory. For information about how to use
the AppletViewer and other SDK tools, see Java 2 SDK Tools and Utilities.
The applets in this section are part of the software download bundle
and are located in the demo/applets directory of the
Java 2 SDK installation.
A Java Sound demonstration program can be found in the
SDK's demo/sound directory. The program can be run either as
an application or as an applet. See the
README file for details.
Source code for the program is provided in the SDK's
Java Platform Debugger Architecture
The demo/jpda/examples.jar file in the SDK contains
JPDA examples, including source code for the jdb Java Debugger and the
prototype javadt GUI debugger.
Additional Applications and Applets
Additional applets and applications may be found at:
Guide to Features - Examples are included in the documentation for particular features.