Applets are going?
That's ironic, considering Applets were *the* feature that Java was hyped and sold on when first launched in the mid-90s.
Of course, applets never really took off due to a combination of being too heavyweight for the computers of the time (took ages to start up IIRC) and Microsoft's deliberate "embrace, extend and extinguish" sabotage of Java's portability.
Aside from a few pieces of crap proprietary software and services still being to the technology, Java applets have been essentially dead for a long, long time. (#)
Regardless, it's still strange to see them go.
(#) The irony is that Macromedia/Adobe Flash ended up filling the "online apps" niche that Java applets were supposed to fill but didn't, because- presumably- it was more lightweight in the early days; AFAICT it grew in power more in line with what average PCs would support. I won't say that Flash killed off Applets though- by the time it started to take off around the turn of the millennium, Applets had *already* all but failed.