A Simple Application Program Interface for Saving Java Program Data on a Wiki

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A Simple Application Program Interface for Saving Java Program Data on a Wiki is a 2012 journal article written in English by Takashi Yamanoue, Kentaro Oda, Koichi Shimozono and published in Advances in Software Engineering.

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A simple application program interface (API) for Java programs running on a wiki is implemented experimentally. A Java program with the API can be running on a wiki, and the Java program can save its data on the wiki. The Java program consists of PukiWiki, which is a popular wiki in Japan, and a plug-in, which starts up Java programs and classes of Java. A Java applet with default access privilege cannot save its data at a local host. We have constructed an API of applets for easy and unified data input and output at a remote host. We also combined the proposed API and the wiki system by introducing a wiki tag for starting Java applets. It is easy to introduce new types of applications using the proposed API. We have embedded programs such as a simple text editor, a simple music editor, a simple drawing program, and programming environments in a PukiWiki system using this API.

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You can down load the API[edit]

The API of this paper can be downloaded at http://yama-linux.cc.kagoshima-u.ac.jp/pukiwiki-java/