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I'm developing a web browser using Swing and using JEditorPane to display the html. Now I want to run applet in my browser. But it doesn't interprets the <APPLET> tag. I've  written my own EditorKit to instantiate a View class for <APPLET>. But how to proceed to write the View class I'm struck up.
   Please guide me and if possible give a sample code to write an AppletView.

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Have a look at xbrowser on sourceforge, I they they've implemented rendering applets.
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