Java vs. Javascript

Let’s start pointing out the difference between Java and “JavaScript”. Many say “you have to make a JAVA” instead of saying “there must be an ECMA scriptlet” (in a later article will explain what a scriptlet ECMA and why is it that the name should be used instead of “JavaScript”). In fact, JAVA and “JavScript” have much in common as they may have the C programming language with ASP. Java was originally developed by a group of engineers at Sun and was subsequently used by Netscape as a basis for ECMAScript (hence the ECMAScript is called “JavaScript.” JAVA is a programming language platform-independent objects. This means that you can use not only in one site and can also be used for any type of application. If you as a developer is interested in a robust programming language, to manage memory automatically, independent of the platform, impossible to “piggyback” and security mechanisms built in, book a time in your future to learn JAVA. And best of all it is free! Everything you need to program in Java is available from here: Returning to the subject, you do not need to program a single line in JAVA. There are various “widgets” created in Java for the web environment and ready to be included in any site.

These are called applets. A Java applet is basically an object in a website that allows extended functionality, improved animation effects, scrolling text and the use of custom data entries. If you do not understand what we mean, let ‘s look like this …