Java Reference
In-Depth Information
Fig. 12.13 Output from applet ImageTest2b under IE9
The size of the image is automatically scaled to fit these dimensions. For
By using methods getWidth and getHeight of class Component , the image may
also be drawn relative to the size of the applet, which can enhance the layout of the
Web page signifi cantly. For example:
g.drawImage (
In the above example, the image will be scaled to fi t within an area that is 50
pixels in from left and right sides of the applet window and 60 pixels in from the top
and bottom of the window. ImageIcon s have no direct scaling mechanism. However,
ImageIcon has a getImage method that returns an Image reference which can then
be used as above by drawImage .
Using Sound in Applets
As noted in the previous chapter, the standard Java classes provide two methods for
the playing of audio clips:
method play of class Applet ;
method play of the AudioClip interface.
Since we were concerned solely with applications (as opposed to applets) in the
Search WWH ::

Custom Search