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List of Internet Programming Technologies :

Java Script/ DHTML (Dynamic HTML): Invented by Netscape and adopted by all browser manufacturers, Java Script is a client side programming language. It is executed solely on the users machine. It is used to check the values of submitted forms, move elements across the screen, and utilize expandable navigation bars, etc.
Active X: Microsoft's native method of incorporating "foreign objects" into HTML pages. Such objects can include Visual Basic based chat rooms, flash movies, and any other component that is based upon non-web technology.
Java Applets: As with Active X, this is Sun's way of introducing visual objects that are non-static into HTML pages. Such can include any of the Java 1.1 elements. For Java 2 elements (advanced Java) the user must download a plug-in (about 6M). The majority of chat rooms and games are applet based. Companies that have chat rooms and games embedded in their web sites include Yahoo, MSN, and AOL.
Flash: Introduced by Macromedia, Flash technology started as a new media presentation system. It evolved over the last five years into one of the industry's leading client side means of programming (games, chat rooms and forms). What started out as an animation tool has become a sophisticated embedded scripting container. Flash can be used in a number of ways including: website introductions, games, navigation bars, and even complete web sites.
 

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