- n. Plural form of applet.
“When I get a new phone I tend to play the built-in applets to death, then get bored and give up, so I haven’t actually used any for over a year.”
“To this end they developed so-called applets, small interactive software components that can be accessed through an Internet browser.”
“✦ The third place where you can customize Excel is in the world of add - ins, those small, specialized utilities (sometimes called applets) that extend the built-in Excel features by attaching themselves to the main Excel program.”
“There was also a push for "applets" way back then, for developers to produce pieces of applications systems, each applet would provide particular optional features and functionality to fit into frameworks.... sort of like "plug-ins" but more robust and not expecting a full up word processor or PhotoShop etc., but able to operate less dependently, and not require a specific particular large application package program to work with.”
“Using Java, we can send not only information and e-mail over the Net, but also "applets," or mini-applications, that can run on our PCs.”
“Instead of desktop applications, you'd run Java "applets" delivered from a server.”
“Additionally the application has unique interactive features such as videos and embedded "applets" that extend and enhance the magazine reading experience.”
“Java software allows you to run applications called "applets" that are written in the Java programming language.”
“These applications, written in the Java programming language and access from your browse, are called "applets".”
“It not only means that businesses can move their software and systems to the cloud, but they can now also deploy SaaS and cloud computing solutions behind their firewalls via appliances or 'applets'.”
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