HTML Examples

This sample database contains a collection of live code examples that illustrates techniques for developing an HTML user interface for the client portion of your applications.

These examples reside in the Examples3_HTML database.

This page covers the following topics:

Description of the Examples3_HTML database    

When you develop HTML clients in SilverStream, you create dynamic HTML pages that are implemented in Java. The HTML page controls are represented by objects on the server that have properties, events, and methods.

Typically, you design an HTML user interface for clients when you want Internet or Intranet users to run your application from a browser. Types of HTML clients include:

In the Examples3_HTML database, you will find examples that demonstrate numerous techniques for developing HTML clients, including:

How to get started    Top of page

To begin exploring these examples, follow these steps:

  1. Install and run the Examples3_HTML database.

    The application starts up in your browser, as shown:

  2. Browse through the list in the left navigation pane and select examples of interest.

    The example you select opens in the right pane, where you can interact with its controls, as shown in this display:

    As you can see, this display includes a View Documentation button, which when pressed, brings up a detailed description of the technique illustrated in the example.

HTML techniques    Top of page

    To learn how to implement HTML techniques and access sample code that you can incorporate in your applications, go to Application Techniques in the help system: HTML Client Techniques and Triggered Business Object Techniques.

Where to find more information    Top of page

    For more information about developing HTML clients, see Page Designer in the Tools Guide and the following chapters in the Programmer's Guide: