CS 1130: Transition to OO Programming
Module 2, Part 3
Applications & Applets
In this part, we show how you can create applications that run outside of DrJava, like software on your computer normally does.
Reading: Reading: Gries/Gries, Sec. 16.1, pp. 435–436.
Make a Java program into an application by declaring a static procedure
2. Creating a Stand-Alone Application
Reading: Gries/Gries, Sec. 16.2, pp. 436–437.
This topic is not required in CS1130. You can make an application even
easier to use by putting it in a jar file. Then, just double-click its
icon to execute the application (i.e. to call its method
Reading: Gries/Gries, Sec. 16.3, pp. 438–441; Sec. 16.4, pp. 441–444.
This topic is not required in CS1130. An applet is a subclass of Java API
Sec. 16.3 tells you about inherited (from