A new development in 2010 is the creation (by Jonathan Millican) of a Java applet for Turtle Graphics, which enables compiled programs (as ".tgc" files) to be embedded within web pages. An example, from a program written by a student at Leeds University who learned to program using the Turtle Pascal system (in a course designed for students specialising in the Humanities) is below, and an image from another such program is shown on the right.
To see the applet again, just reload the page.
There are two versions of the applet, one named "turtle805.jar" and the other "turtle807.jar". The former implements the virtual machine underlying Turtle Java 8.05 (which also implements everything required by Turtle Pascal), while the latter implements the virtual machine underlying Turtle Java 8.07, which is still under development pending release (probably as version 9.00). The new release contains features allowing interactivity, as illustrated by this arcade game written by Jonathan Millican.