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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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With the introduction of a J2SE technology port to AMD Opteron for 64-bit computing, companies running Java applications on 32-bit processors will experience little to no changes in their applications when they upgrade to a 64-bit Opteron processor-based platform.
Wily continues to work with BEA to give enterprise customers the tools they need to successfully deploy and manage critical Java applications," said Steve Tucker, Wily vice president of product management.
Hibernate founder Gavin King is now bringing his vision to JBoss Seam, which introduces a uniform component model for building Enterprise Java applications through declarative, contextual, application state management.
With numerous added features, increased speed and load balancing, Caucho's Resin application server has earned an industry-wide reputation as an ideal technology solution to the Java application challenges that web developers most often face.
WebRenderer is used within Java applications in a variety of industry sectors including the Semiconductor, Aerospace, Defence and Finance industries.
Enerjy is a suite of modular Java tools that helps developers analyze and profile Java applications.
Java has grown up, and now we're seeing very large and more complex Java applications being developed, which require the same comprehensive support that Klocwork already delivers to C and C++ developers.
CambridgeDocs today announced the upcoming release of a new product, the Java Document Library, which allows cross-platform Java applications to read, access and create Microsoft Word, WordML, HTML, RTF, and PDF files.
While the Java standard ensures run time environments are consistent across devices, the numerous idiosyncrasies that exist outside of the Java specification require that all Java applications be tailored to each device or mobile operator implementation.
In addition to providing the standard Java web application services, enterprise application services, and relational database systems required to run J2EE applications, the Brightline Server leverages existing Domino services, such as Mail, Directories, and Security to provide these core services to Java applications.
The ability to run J2EE applications within current Domino environments is critical to thousands of organizations worldwide, many of which need to begin incorporating new Java applications into their enterprises, without replacing or retiring any strategic investments.
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