Name: [011] John Montgomery
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The 'Hello World' Applet - Part 5 [ID:063] (6/10)

in series: Writing an Applet with Java

video tutorial by John Montgomery, added 03/07

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The standard Java graphics library does not contain a drawPixel method, but there are plenty of ways to render graphics at the pixel level in Java. In this ShowMeDo John makes use of a BufferedImage so that an array of integers can be used as pixels for rendering on screen.

See additional information and source code in the wiki(JavaMontgomeryAppletSeries).

Uploaded on 17th September 2006, running time 10 minutes.

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4. Arne Odland Mon, 26 Apr 2010 11:16

Thanks John for your screencasts on Java graphics. My master's degree project in Computer Science is on Rubik's Cube and Java seems to have way more than I need for displaying and editing cube graphics. I enjoyed your screencasts for their visual clarity, and your style of speaking and coding. They are very inspiring.

By the way, are those real seagulls I heard in the background from time to time, or was that a television, or just something odd going on with the audio compression?


3. anonymous Sat, 18 Apr 2009 06:05

great set of videos


sir, The video related to applets are really nice,i would also want you to teach us some of the fundamentals related to threading and exceptions.

i also want to know how to remember all these classes.coz its really hard to keep track of all these inbuilt classes.

great.. keep it up

one of the best feature of this site is that it allow s to download videos for those who have low bandwidths.


Mr.Montgomery,

This is a great great tutorial!!! I am new in Java & I am learning a lot...the best I have seen so far on the web. Video tutorials are really really usuful... much faster than reading a tone of pages on a book. Please continue like this, I am looking forward to continue my "online" Java classes and watch the next video. I wish I could help Mr. Montgomery soon with some Java video from my part... great job and thank you!!

Regards

Francisco


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