Android Applications Saved Java From The Brink

Time pass and new technologies keep on emerging to the surface. We all can’t deny the progress of the technologies around us, simply because it is represent a glimpse of a better future.

As the turn of the century, so many platform and technologies come to rise, and others fall into the brink. At around this time, the enthusiasm for Java starts to wear off.

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Red Hat Maintains OpenJDK 8 and 11

As for today, Java 8 is one of the most widely used version of Java. While Java 11 is the first long-term-support (LTS) version of Java.

Oracle released JDK 8 based on OpenJDK in March 2014, while JDK 11 was released in the September of 2018.

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The End Of Java 8 Oracle Public Updates

End Of Java 8 Oracle Public Updates ~ Developers will use a platform to build successful products that would solve problem which could not be easily solved before.

And as the time goes by, platform evolves to offer new features that would make that platform even stronger for newer use cases.

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About Jakarta Enterprise Edition

So what is Jakarta EE?

What is Jakarta Enterprise Edition ~ In the past, Java EE has been a major platform for many enterprise applications. Now in order to accelerate business applications development aiming the “cloud-native” world, Java EE technologies are moved to the Eclipse Foundation.

Where inside the Eclipse Foundation Java EE technologies will evolve under the new Jakarta EE brand.

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Google Cloud Run

What is Google Cloud Run?

Google Cloud Run is a managed compute platform that enables us to run stateless containers that are invocable via HTTP requests. It is serverless: which means it abstracts away all infrastructures so you can focus on building great applications.

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Things Developers Need To Know About JShell Features

The Java Shell Tool or known as JShell is an interactive tool used for learning Java programming language and creating Java code prototype. JShell (JShell features) was introduced in JDK 9.

JShell is an REPL(Read-Evaluate-Print-Loop) which evaluates expressions, statements and declarations. JShell REPL immediately shows results as soon as the value are entered.

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Meet Quarkus : Kubernetes native Java Framework

Red Hat is looking forward to bring Java to a more modern computer archetype. They are going to proved Java a tool tuned to Kubernetes and serverless environments.

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Don’t miss on Java Technology Latest Trends

Since the day Java got released, it is still evolving and growing. It possesses a spot amongst widely-used programming languages and popular platforms.

Java keeps itself updated with the latest trend and technology that would make Java an easy platform to use even more than before.

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