AlphaBeans – The alphaBeans repository includes over 50 different JavaBeans all aimed at making life easier for Java programmers. The JavaBeans, can be downloaded, for FREE, and used to develop Java applets or applications.
Black Coffee – Applications, Resources and tons of source code for Java programmers.
CodeBrain.com Java Applets – CodeBrain.com provides FREE, visually impressive, top-quality JAVA applets, all with thorough,
free download kits.
FreewareJava – An excellent starting point to everything Java on the net. Here you’ll find direct links to free Java applets of all types, Java tutorials, references, articles, and everything in between.
Focus on Java – A large collection of articles about Java, as well as a slew of links to everything Java related (books, tutorials, FAQ’s, newsgroups etc.)
GameLan – The biggest Java site on the internet, containing links to everything you could ever want to know about Java. They even have a Java Applet Search Engine.
Javalobby – An online community dedicated to Java.
JARS – The Java applet rating service, points you to the best Java applets on the internet.
JavaSoft – This site is run by Sun Microsystems, the people responsible for inventing Java. Visit this site to keep up to date with the latest developments.
Java FAQs – A large collection of FAQ’s relating to Java programming.
JavaWorld – An online magazine devoted to Java.
Just Java Design – A growing collection of custom Java navigation applets.
The Java Center – A large Java gallery, and an applet of the month chosen by visitors.
Matt is the co-founder of SitePoint, 99designs and Flippa. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.
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