Java Applets running on the .NET Framework

Feb 16, 2004 • One minute to read

Brian Keller points out the newly released J# Browser Controls 1.1b beta. If you have the source code for a Java applet, you can use the J# browser controls and have your code running on the .NET Framework in a couple of minutes. This is pretty powerful stuff, and a great way to reuse your existing Java assets.

By the clock on the wall, it looks like its time to dust off all those “great” technology showcase applets like Snake and Asternoid that showed the true power of the web and convert them to run on the .NET Framework.


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