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The former name for Java EE, Java's server platform, was Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). The Java EE moniker, which was first used in 2006, simply refers to the Java Platform Enterprise Edition. Java Enterprise Edition is used to develop Web and business applications.

The J2EE architecture comprises several levels that function together. The client, display, business logic, and data access layers are among them. The client tier serves as a point of contact between the user and the programme. The presentation layer is where a dynamic interface is created utilising several components.

The J2EE platform offers graphical user interface options for usage on a company's intranet or the Internet. Clients can run on a variety of platforms, including PCs, laptops, PDAs, cell phones, and other mobile devices. Standard HTML and Java applets can be used in pure client-side user interfaces.

  • piece of apple These are client-side graphical user interface components that are hosted by an applet container and operate inside a browser.
  • Client for the application
  • web-based components
  • Servlets.
  • JavaServer Pages.
  • Filters.
  • Web event listeners.

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