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Sun Microsystems has developed a framework named Java Web Start.

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  1. Java Web Start
    Sun Microsystems has developed a framework named Java Web Start. This framework allows us to directly start application software for the Java Platform from the Internet using a web browser.
       
  2. Sun Java Wireless Toolkit
    The Sun Java Wireless Toolkit is also known as Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) Wireless Toolkit. Java Platform, Micro Edition or Java ME was previously known as Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition or J2ME).
      
  3. Web Container
    A Web application runs within a Web container of a Web server. The Web container provides the runtime environment through components that provide naming context and life cycle management.
      
  4. Web Server
    A web server is a set of programs installed on a computer connected to Internet or intranet and interacts with the client through a web browser and delivers the web pages to the client.  
      
  5. Web Services
    A web service is a collection of protocols and standards that allows different applications from different sources to communicate with each other over the web.
       
  6. Wrapper
    Java provides wrapper classes corresponding to each primitive data types in its "lang" package. These classes represent the primitive values as objects offers utility methods to manipulate the values.
      
  7. WSDL
    Web Services Description Language (WSDL) is an XML based language that is used to describe and locate web services. WSDL is an XML document.
     
  8. Java for Windows
    First of all download jdk for windows and then install and configure the Java SE development environment at this underlying operating system.
     
  9. The While keyword
    While is a keyword defined in the java programming language.
      
     
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Posted on: April 3, 2006

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