Java Applet Rocks.

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I can't recall seeing this posted before, but of all the java applets I've seen in use on the net, this is one of the most practical and it just plain rules:

http://nfl.com/scores

This is a good day to see it in action since the scores are updated realtime and you don't even have to refresh your browser. I love this applet! I want the code!!! *lol
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I am in a few fantasy football leagues and i use that page all the time. I also use http://www.cbssportsline.com . That is another java that does not need to be updated it does it automatically! :D
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it can be done using flash as well. ;)
mlb.com uses it.

both are pretty nifty technologies when used like this
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ATNO/TW wrote:
I can't recall seeing this posted before, but of all the java applets I've seen in use on the net, this is one of the most practical and it just plain rules:

http://nfl.com/scores

This is a good day to see it in action since the scores are updated realtime and you don't even have to refresh your browser. I love this applet! I want the code!!! *lol


Well... if you want the code, try to do some "reverse engineering".... I can't tell you how... because this forum doesn't support hacking, but... try google search... it will be much easier.. or perhaps, find some software that provide that function....

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Actually, I have a java compiler, so it wouldn't be that hard. Besides, I have no need for the code at this time. If I ever did, I'd probably attempt to write it myself first for the learning experience anyway. But I'd be curious to have a little peek at it to see what they're doing. I just like the efficiency of how it works and it really doesn't gum up my computer or slow things down like some java applets are prone to do.
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Do you mean Java decompiler?

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Nope -- meant what I said:
http://gcc.gnu.org/java/

If you take a closer look, I wouldn't try to back engineer something. I'd just write it myself. (assuming I get a little better at Java -- I pretty much suck at it at the moment) *lol

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