This line chart applet enables web developers to add many styles of line charts in web applications with just a few lines of code. The applet is compatible with all major web browsers and has a footprint of only 18KB.
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ProgressBar 1.0 This java progress bar component enables you to add a progress indicator in your java applications or web pages with just a few lines of code. The progress bar can be fitted in any space and labels and colors can be adjusted.
NewsTicker 2.2 A collection of horizontal and vertical java news ticker applets. The vertical news ticker applet loads news items in XML format from a URL and scrolls them vertically and opens a web page when the user clicks on a news item.
Description: This line chart applet enables web developers to add many styles of line charts in web applications with just a few lines of code. The applet is compatible with all major web browsers and has a footprint of only 18KB.
3D Multi Series Line Graph 2.1 This applet is designed to take multiple series of numerical data and display the information as a 3D Multi series Line Graph. The applet will automatically size itself to the
2D/3D Line Graph Software 4.63 The 2D / 3D Line Graph provides a client and server side solution for the incorporation of line graphs & charts into web pages. Versatile components so web authors and Java
Sun charts Java developer tool Fresh from unveiling its Sun Java Studio Creator development platform and a beta release of Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 5 (J2SE 5) this week, Sun Microsystems is eyeing improvements to these technologies such as better Web services functionality.
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