These are a few applets we've developed over the last
few weeks. While our focus is primarily
education, we also
like to create a few of our own applets from time-to-time.
- This is a simple Java demo applet. It's sole purpose
is to demonstrate how you can link a Java button to an
Internet URL. When you click on the button, you're
magically transported to the URL you enter in the
text field. Feel free to use the source code in your
- This applet uses recursion to determine the word
combinations that can be created from a given set of
characters. If you like solving the Word Jumble's (also
called Word Scrambles) in your local newspaper, or you're
interested in recursive programming, this applet might
- A lightweight tree/explorer applet that connects
users to URL's instead of local filesystems.
- Help conserve paper by eliminating those pink slips
of paper your receptionist creates when you're out of the
- An ad banner applet inspired by the Sun Microsystems
television ads for Java and network computing.
- We improved the original AnimatedAd by adding a mouse
tracking feature. Viewers literally play with your
- The DigitalClock applet is fully-threaded, and includes
features such as auto-centering, and acceptance of font
parameters through HTML tags.
- An unusual applet created for those who want to be awakened
from a catnap at the office, or perhaps a meditation session.