I have the following problem. I am writing a project in Java that has to be deployed in a browser. I would like to save time and code the user interface in HTML (with maybe a little JScript).
I envision a frame set of roughly two parts:
1. The application logic - 0% screen real estate
2. The application GUI (maybe itself a
frameset) 100% display real estate
I would like your advice about the best way to communicate between the application logic and the GUI (obviously I'm not into writing all this stuff in Java and using interapplet
communication). The part where the GUI sends information to the application logic is more important (and I believe mre difficult).
Here's how you can help:
1. Give me a piece of your mind about these iseeuse.
2. Write an HTML page following my description where a small form (please don't be elaborate, one text field and a submit button will do nicely) talks to an applet loaded into the control logic. The applet respondes by wiping the GUI and printing the string it has received as a parameter.
For full points I'd like a working version of 2. However I'll award 200 points (whic is still quite a lot) to someone who answers 1 and does a good job of pointing to the mechanics.
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