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JAVA Server page file definition and linked programs information.

 

File extension jsp is used by following file type(s):

 file type description:
Default file extension for .jsp file type:
JAVA Server page file
JSP file suffix is related to HTML websites contain references to a Java servlet. A .jsp file is used to generate Java servlet.
Programs
that open jsp files:
Adobe Contribute (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Dreamweaver (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe ExtendScript (Microsoft Windows)
Apache Tomcat (Microsoft Windows)
Firefox (Microsoft Windows)
Java (multiplatform software)
Microsoft Internet Explorer (Microsoft Windows)

Java Network Launching Protocol file definition and linked programs information.

 

File extension jnlp is used by following file type(s):

file type description:
Java Network Launching Protocol file
The JNLP file extension is associated with Java. The *.jnlp (Java Network Launching Protocol) files are formatted in XML and are used for launching and managing Java programs on internet or as standalone applications over a private network.

Using Java Web Start technology, standalone Java software applications can be deployed with a single click over the network. Java Web Start ensures the most current version of the application will be deployed, as well as the correct version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).

MIME: application/x-java-jnlp-file

Programs
that open jnlp files:
Java (multiplatform software)

JPEG bitmap image format file definition and 2 other file types and linked programs information.

 

File extension jpg is used by following file type(s):

File extension jpg file type 1 description:
Default file extension for .jpg file type:
JPEG bitmap image format file
The JPG file extension is associated with JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) file format. JPEG is a lossy image compression algorithm that significantly reduces the file size of the original image at the cost of quality. The higher the compression ratio the lower the quality of the .jpg file.

JPEG is based on a 24-bit color palette and supports 16.7 million colors. However it is a lossy compression format, which means that it drops information that is compressed out. Compression ratios may range from 10:1 to 20:1 and most graphic application programs (such as Adobe Photoshop) allow you to choose the compression rate.

The JPEG file format is best suited for digital photographs, where the typical compressional rate with very low quality loss is around 10:1.

MIME: image/jpeg, image/jpg, application/jpg, application/x-jpg

Programs
that open jpg files:
A Better Finder Rename (Apple OS X)
Ability Photopaint (Microsoft Windows)
ACDSee Photo Manager (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Creative Suite for Mac (Apple OS X)
Adobe Fireworks (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Fireworks for Mac (Apple OS X)
Adobe Illustrator (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Illustrator for Mac (Apple OS X)
Adobe Photoshop (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Photoshop for Mac (Apple OS X)
Artweaver (Microsoft Windows)
Corel PaintShop Pro (Microsoft Windows)
Corel PHOTO-PAINT (Microsoft Windows)
CorelDraw Graphics Suite (Microsoft Windows)
Easy-PhotoPrint EX (multiplatform software)
FastPictureViewer Professional (Microsoft Windows)
Flare for Mac (Apple OS X)
FormatFactory (Microsoft Windows)
Free PDF Converter (Microsoft Windows)
GIMP (multiplatform software)
Google Picasa (multiplatform software)
Gwenview (Linux)
IrfanView (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Expression Design (Microsoft Windows)
OpenOffice.org Draw (multiplatform software)
Paint.NET (multiplatform software)
PhotoOnWeb (Microsoft Windows)
Preview (Apple OS X)
PrimoOnline (Microsoft Windows)
Rename Master (Microsoft Windows)
Windows Live Photo Gallery (Microsoft Windows)
XnView (multiplatform software)
Zoner Photo Studio (Microsoft Windows)

 

File extension jpg file type 2 description:
CompactDRAW e-JPG graphic file
The JPG file extension is used for a proprietary tweaked JPG file format to which special meta data usable by CompactDraw are added, so called e-JPG files.

e-JPG's can be opened and viewed any program capable of handling common JPG file format, but only CompactDraw will be able to read the metada and edit separated objects saved with the e-JPG file.

Programs
that open jpg files:
CompactDRAW (Microsoft Windows)
XnView (multiplatform software)

 

JavaScript object notation file definition and 2 other file types and linked programs information.

 

File extension json is used by following file type(s):

 file type 1 description:
Default file extension for .json file type:
JavaScript object notation file
The JSON file suffix represents JavaScript Object Notation files. JSON is data interchange format used for representing simple data structures and objects. JSON file is saved in a lightweight, text-based, human-readable format. JSON files are often used in Ajax Web application programming. They may also be used by other applications as an alternative to .XML files.
Programs
that open json files:
Adobe Dreamweaver (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Dreamweaver for Mac (Apple OS X)
Chromium (Microsoft Windows)
Chromium for Linux (Linux)
Chromium for Mac (Apple OS X)
Firefox (Microsoft Windows)
Firefox for Linux (Linux)
Firefox for Mac (Apple OS X)
gedit (Linux)
Google Chrome (Microsoft Windows)
Google Chrome for Linux (Linux)
Google Chrome for Mac (Apple OS X)
Microsoft Internet Explorer (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Windows NotePad (Microsoft Windows)
NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
Opera browser (Microsoft Windows)
Opera browser for Linux (Linux)
Opera browser for Mac (Apple OS X)
Safari (Apple OS X)
Safari for Microsoft Windows (Microsoft Windows)
SeaMonkey (multiplatform software)
TextEdit (Apple OS X)

 

file type 2 description:
Default file extension for .json file type:
Mozilla Firefox bookmark backup file
The JSON file extension is used by Firefox and Seamonkey web browsers. JSON files store saved bookmarks in simple text format and they are viewable in any text editor.
Programs
that open json files:
Firefox (Microsoft Windows)
Firefox for Linux (Linux)
Firefox for Mac (Apple OS X)
SeaMonkey (multiplatform software)