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#ActualPatriarch K

Posted 13 January 2013 - 04:45 PM

Hmm, intresting to hear about that. I've been reading about applets around the web and mostly I see that people don't really use it or like it, but it was worth a try. It has not taken a very long time to make this game (only 1-2 days) so it's not a big deal for me.
But if I wish to put my game on the internet on a web page. Would you suggest HTML5/Javascript then or what is the case? What do people use nowadays to put up stuff on the internet if they use Java? Or maybe they even don't use Java anymore?
And you mentioned Java App. I've only been making Java Apps before and that's why I wanted to try this thing with applet. Can you get a Java App up on the web or what am I supposed to do with that damned .jar-file?
I make a game and then it's finished but I can rarely get any use of the .jar because I can't put it on the net and I cant "sell" it and I can't put it on any web pages or anything. I can only let people download it and so on, but I myself have never downloaded a .jar-file and played it.

#1Patriarch K

Posted 13 January 2013 - 04:41 PM

Hmm, intresting to hear about that. I've been reading about applets around the web and mostly I see that people don't really use it or like it, but it was worth a try. It has not taken a very long time to make this game  (only 1-2 days) so it's not a big deal for me.

But if I wish to put my game on the internet on a web page. Would you suggest HTML5/Javascript then or what is the case? What do people use nowadays to put up stuff on the internet if they use Java? Or maybe they even don't use Java anymore?


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