Oracle Plug-ins DEFINITION: Plug-in applications are programs that can easily be installed and used as part of your Web browser. Initially, the Netscape browser allowed you to download, install, and define supplementary programs that played sound or motion video or performed other functions. These were called helper applications. However, these applications run as a separate application and require that a second window be
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It may be time to take a closer look at HTML. These days it's being pushed through all media channels, and it's come a long way since it was first developed. HTML5 now includes canvas, which allows web developers to dynamically draw graphics on the screen without plug-ins. Read this developer's account of his experience trying it out.
The BlackBerry® JDE Plug-in for Eclipse® offers a familiar way to build and test rich mobile applications optimized for BlackBerry smartphones. Read on to learn more and to download the BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse.
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