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ALSO CALLED: Applet, Applets
DEFINITION: An applet is a little application. Prior to the World Wide Web, the built-in writing and drawing programs that came with Windows were sometimes called "applets." On the Web, using Java, the object-oriented programming language, an applet is a small program that can be sent along with a Web page to a user. Java applets can perform interactive animations, immediate calculations, or other simple tasks  … 

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Quarkus Container First
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW: Quarkus is an open source stack use to write Java applications, focusing on cloud native, microservices, and serverless Java applications. Watch this demo showcasing how Quarkus compares to cloud native stacks and to go in depths on the 4 benefits of using this stack.
Posted: 02 Dec 2019 | Published: 02 Dec 2019

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WHITE PAPER: IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.0 delivers complete Java EE 6 support and certification; increased support for programming models and standards; enhanced performance, administration and security capabilities; faster problem determination; directory-based Java EE application installs; and simplified product installations and maintenance.
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