A network-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. It was specifically designed for writing scripts, or programs, that can be safely downloaded to any type of computer through the Internet and immediately run without the fear of viruses or other damage to your computer. By making use of small Java programs (called "Applets"), web pages can include functions such as calculators, animations, and interactive games.
A programming language for use in web pages that allows the use of dynamic content. In spite of the similarity in name to Java, it is not closely related to Java.
JPEG is an image file format commonly used for compressing photographic images for low bandwidth applications such as the Web. JPEG stands for "Joint Photographics Expert Group", the body who created the JPEG standard. JPEG uses a lossy compression algorithm based on a Discrete Cosine Transform to compress its images. JPEG files use the extension ".jpeg" or ".jpg".