Java World Clock is multi-platform compatible. This Java clock shows the date and time in all 24 time zones simultaneously. You may select AM/PM display and/or Daylight Savings time if you wish. You may also select a time zone other than your own. Because this is a "client-side" application, its time accuracy depends on your computer.
This applet can show stock exchanges time information in a simple but nice grouping and also it can be customized to show info for any stock exchange worldwide. The applet reads data from a simple xml file where you can set: - name - logo image - time Zone (ex: EST) - this is used to calculate time. See time zones list - open + close time - pre-open + pre-close time - name for pre-open stage
T-pack (bundle of time applets) is multi-platform compatible. T-pack includes a series of web-based time displaying programs (dac, PixCalendar, WallClock) that can be used to enhance your web site. These programs include comments in HTML examples for easy testing and installation. Use a web browser and open the main menu T-pack.html or open the HTML file in each subdirectory.
Ds Fireclock is a multi-platform compatible applet that displays a burning clock in real time. Over the animation you can also insert an image and a scroll-text. The applet is interactive and includes a HTML code generator that allows to change parameters without any knowledge of Java and HTML programming.
JADC (Java Advanced Digital Clock) is multi-platform compatible. JADC (Java Advanced Digital Clock) is both a digital clock and a time counter (countdown or countup display, to or from a particular time). JADC is browser-independent and highly-configurable Java applet, it could be easily customized with your own graphics and time format to achieve an unlimited variety of appearances and behaviors. This distribution include 255 images (17 different sets of digits).
SwatchITime is multi-platform compatible. The SwatchITime applet displays current time using Internet Time - a new international time format invented by Swatch. The SwatchITime applet automatically updates every second (or in user defined intervals) to symbolize a running clock. Furthermore, you'll be able to use it as a standard 'local time' clock.