Here you will learn how to develop and run Applet in
Eclipse IDE. In this section, you will learn how to run applet in
Eclipse 3.0. An applet is a little Java program that runs inside a Web browser.
The purpose of an applet is to extend the functionality of a Web page in a
browser. The HTML document tells the browser to load and run an applet using the
Step 1: When you start Eclipse, a startup screen appears, and the program spends some time loading various modules.
Step2 : When Eclipse has finished loading, you will see a following screen.
Step3 : Select File->New->Project... from the menu bar to begin creating your Java applet project.
Step 4: For the project name, enter AppletTest, then click the Finish button.
Step 5: After creating new project then display will be following screen.
Step 6: Your project called, "AppletTest" should now appear in the Package Explorer. To add a class to the package, single-click on "appletexample" with your mouse to select the package, then select File->New->Class from the menu bar.
Step 7: Create java class file under the package. After creating java class file then display the following screen.
Step 8: Create java applet code saving and compiling the applet program. Select File->Save from the menu bar to save your work. If there are no syntax errors, you can now run the applet.
Step 9: To run the program, select the Welcome.java file, then select Run->Run as->Java Applet from the menu bar. The program runs and the the Java applet appears in the applet viewer.
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