Name: [011] John Montgomery
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Description: I'm a C/C++, Java and Python programmer living in Hove, UK. ...

The 'Hello World' Applet - Part 2 [ID:060] (3/10)

in series: Writing an Applet with Java

video tutorial by John Montgomery, added 03/07

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Expanding the on the basic "hello world" applet, John demonstrates how to receive mouse events for basic user input and shows how to use this to alter the position of objects drawn on screen.

Uploaded on 2nd September 2006, running time 5 minutes, file size 8mb.

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i think u guys are doin a gr8 job, please keep it up for the sake of upcoming developers like us,.............. luv u all :)

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although I know the basics of java, I would request that you be a little more detail oriented in what you are doing or actually the code your using and what it does.


5. anonymous Tue, 16 Jun 2009 20:49

moves very fast but helpful. thank you


4. anonymous Fri, 15 May 2009 11:33

I thought the video was good, though the speaking was a bit soft and borderline mumbling. But content was very short and to the point, quite useful!


3. anonymous Thu, 07 May 2009 03:33

Thx for the vid, great job!


Hi ilBacone,

yeah it seems like the video has got stitched together with another one. So after about 3 minutes it suddenly starts showing the first video in the series! Bit weird, will get onto Ian and Kyran about it...

cheers,

John


Hi John,

the the second part of the Hello World Applet video doesn't work properly.

Regards!


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