Name: [011] John Montgomery
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The 'Hello World' Applet - Part 3 [ID:061] (4/10)

in series: Writing an Applet with Java

video tutorial by John Montgomery, added 03/07

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Double-buffering is a technique used to minimise flicker on the screen, by drawing to an offscreen buffer and copying the buffer to the screen in one operation. John demonstrates this technique to create a double buffered Java Applet.

Uploaded on 14th September 2006, running time 7 minutes, file size 10mb.

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Just watched the first 4 videos in this set and just wanted to say 'thank you' for showing me just what i needed... an interesting introduction to Java.

Any possibility of a code download? It would make following the video much easier


4. anonymous Mon, 15 Jun 2009 03:53

good


3. anonymous Tue, 31 Mar 2009 00:02

On to the next video, I wanted to thank you for making it easy for us beginners in Eclipse and Java (coming from .Net/C# world). I paused many times to keep up with you, but learned a lot. Still don't know the difference between double buffering and it's alternative, but I've never done anything involving dynamically updating a screen before!


2. anonymous Wed, 18 Mar 2009 16:43

good


Great stuff, easy to follow,

(bad that this problem is not handled in Java from the beginning.)


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