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object An element on a Web page that contains data and procedures for how that item will react when activated. On a Web page, an object is typically a multimedia presentation.
object-oriented A style of programming that links data to the processes that manipulate it.
Java An object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems that is fully crossplatform functional.
applets Small programs written in Java, which are downloaded as needed and executed within a Web page or browser.
dynamic Always changing.
interactive The characteristic of some hardware and software, such as computers, games and multimedia systems, that allows them to respond differently based on a user's actions.
event-driven Reacting to particular user actions or the browser's completion of a specific task.
LiveScript The Netscape-developed scripting language that was the predecessor to JavaScript.
activeX An open set of technologies for integrating components on the Internet and within Microsoft applications.
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