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Applet java

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Bonjour, J'avais créé un site perso Il y a plusieurs années avec des applets java (pour faire défiler des photos et images sur le site...). Le site en question est très basique et "bricolé " avec les faibles connaissances que j'avais d'Internet à l'époque..... et que j'ai toujours. Site ==> Landeslocation.pagesperso-orange.fr Aujourd'hui, cela ne fonctionne plus .... message affiché = Pour visualiser les animations, votre navigateur doit être compatible avec les scripts Java(tm). Mon navigateur Internet est Firefox sur Android Y a-t-il un remède pour les visualiser à nouveau ? Quelles sont les alternatives.? Je ne suis ni informaticien, ni geek !! Une solution simple sera très appréciée. Pouvez-vous m'aider ? Cordialement.

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Bonjour,

we don't support java applets for years.

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Bonjour,

we don't support java applets for years.

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Dear jean-tastet, for many years now, no browser except for Internet Explorer will run Java Applets in web pages.

Oracle ended support for Java plugins as of March 2019 (see the "Java Plugin (Applets) Support Until" column on this page: https://www.oracle.com/java/technologies/java-se-support-roadmap.html )

There are many JavaScript options for slide shows on web pages -- you see them everywhere on the web. I don't have a specific recommendation.

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Support for the Java plugin and the Java applet in a browser window is dropped in Firefox 52 release, so you can no longer embed Java in a web page. Firefox 52.9.0 ESR will run the Java plugin as the last Firefox version.

Websites need to use Java Web Start (i.e. send a special XML file as application/x-java-jnlp-file) to launch a Java application in an external standalone window and can no longer use an applet to open a Java application embedded in a web page. Websites that want to use Java need to adapt and make the change to launch a Java application this way.

A Java Web Start JNLP file is basically a XML file that the server sends as application/x-java-jnlp-file and that is opened by the default application for this MIME type (Java Web Start). Java then handles everything on its own, but there is no longer embedding possible like a plugin offers. Java registers this MIME type when you install the Java program.

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