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Java is a class-based, object-oriented, strategic language, with which to develop apps for the Web. Java isn’t dependent on specific hardware and will run on any operating system. Java creator Sun Microsystems, describe Java as an operating system, independent, object-oriented, and programming language. See Programming in this glossary.
Java Applets are loaded from Web Servers or browsers. Java class applets are HTML tags, which are embedded in Web documents. Java applets are a traditional application model, executed from a command line. See Applet in this Glossary.
Jpeg, Joint Photographic Experts Group is a format for image compression that enables the user to weigh image quality against file size. JPEG images are not limited to a certain amount of color, like GIF images are. Therefore, the JPEG format is best for compressing photographic images. See Gif in this glossary.
JSON.org website and the filename is .json. It is not a full markup language, but rather it is a way to represent data structures and executes well on Web servers. JSON is an easy-to-understand-language, that is quickly mastered for creating those interactive pages.