HTML rendering : Java Glossary

HTML rendering
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) rendering refers to analying the tags such as <b> and merging them with the text to produce a formatted display.

In Applets

If you writing Java source code for an Applet, you can persuade the browser you are running
java.net.URL url = new java.net.URL ( "http://mindprod.com" );
getAppletContext().showDocument( url );
That code will fail with a NullPointerException if you attempt it in an application. You can catch all exceptions and just ignore the request in code that sometimes runs as an Applet and sometimes as an application.

There are some catches:

In Applications

Learning More

Oracle’s Javadoc on Desktop.browse : available:
Oracle’s Javadoc on HTMLEditorKit class : available:
Oracle’s Javadoc on HTMLDocument class : available:
Applet
browser
browser launching
Cobra: an HTML parser, part of Lobo
exec
HotJava: Sun’s inept and obsolete Java browser
HTML
HTML editor
HTML5
HtmlUnit: browser automation
HTMLValidator
Image
ImageViewer
JavaXPCOM: embedding GECKO in Java
JDic
JEditorPane
JExplorer: integrate IE into your app
JTextPane
JWebPane: Sun’s future Java browser, on ice
launching a browser
Lobo: a Java browser you can embed in your own program
WebRenderer: a Java browser you can embed in your own program

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