Thursday, 24 September 2015

Java Tools Supports Windows 10 And Visual Studio Now!

The Java and .net framework are practicing best to bridge together and to bridge with almost anything. The Java web development team at Sun Microsystems is working hard to give something new and innovative every time. SO what’s new in this latest series?

Java developers have invented a new feature that will be popular as “Proxy by the name” in coming years. This release was requested by JNBridge users several times and finally, the day has come when their request accepted by the expert developers of Sun Microsystems.

If you are an expert developer, then you must be familiar with the fact that metadata cannot be extracted from Java easily. The Java 8 version address the problem and extraction have been made easy for the developers. And now this was the correct time to add “Proxy by name” feature.

Have you worked on the Java reflection API?

The API enables coders to discover information about methods, classes, and functions that use in a particular program or application. It makes it easy for you to link or map Java objects or classes together. But there are security restrictions that have to follow in any case.

An application needs to connect to public or target objects is usually bound under this API. The developers thank the expert Java web development team for inventing this new feature and giving them the opportunity to expand their coding skills dramatically.

Next comes to JNBridge that is specially designed to access entire API either from Java or .net. It also connects the Java and .net for seamless interoperability. Now the problem of cross-platform compatibility will get resolved for sure.

When you access a new functionality proxy by name, much cool content will be added here to help you. Once you start using this release, you will get more benefit from this product. To know more on similar updates or Java frameworks, Contact Java web development team at Aegis Soft Tech now.

Monday, 3 August 2015

Webclipse for Java Developers to Create Modern Apps with JavaScript and Java EE Development

Webclipse is an Eclipse IDE add-on that helpful in developing modern apps with Java EE and JavaScript. This integrated development environment enhances the modern coding experience by providing latest features like Hot Reload, REST Inspect, JavaScript Debug, etc. Developers are finding themselves moving between the stack layers while writing modern apps. With Webclipse, they can stay inside the Eclipse development environment and develop and debug JavaScript, create web services and invest their time in coding.

The IDE also helps in meeting the needs of the Java developers. It also provides the ability to developers to design JS content easily anywhere in their stack- this feature is getting more prominent for web developers. The support for node.js and advanced web technology in Webclipse offers an exciting new addition to the growing market.

There are mainly three key features that help boost the Eclipse development stack-

1.    Hot Reload
2.    JavaScript Debug
3.    REST Inspect

Hot Reload is an enhanced version of Hot Code Replace that focuses on time invested/ consumed in re-deploying and restarting once the class changes. The Hot Reload feature also enables Java developers to inspect these changes instantly in TomCat and WebLogic app servers that enhance web development speed.

JavaScript Debug is the next feature on the list that offers well-integrated JavaScript debugging in the Eclipse to external browsers of Chrome. Developers can also get support for Node.js with debugging of node apps.

REST Inspect is the third key feature of Webclipse that allows developers to integrate RESTful web services. Developers are fitted to verify other web services from their Eclipse stacks.
Webclipse is available for free to developers for the first year. They can explore the capabilities and features of this integrated development environment and can make best efforts with Java web development and modern design applications with JavaScript and Java EE.

Thursday, 9 July 2015

Java 9 Features That Will Change Your Way To Develop Software Solution

Java development kit committers are preparing hard for the next release. Java 9 features will take a few more months to gain complete shape. It expects that Java 9 will feature in December 2015. After releases, Java developers will test and determine bugs and fix them for community use- this is a schedule pinned for September 2016.

Currently, we can assume the expected features in Java 9. If you call Java 8 as a major release of streams, lambdas, and API changes, then call Java 9 as a release of Jigsaw, utilities and other unrevealed changes. Under this post, you will read all those features targeted in Java 9.

1.       Java + REPL
The upcoming update of Java will have a new command line tool for developers- JShell. It will add native support and make a Java way to REPL or Read Evaluate Print Loop famous. So, if you want to run a few Java lines automatically, you don’t need to wrap it in different method or project. This tool is available in the early release; you can test it for your project.

2.       G1 – Default Garbage Collector or Not
Java 9 is still in a debate to replace default GC with G1, which was designed for Java 7 to support larger heaps (more than 4 GB).

3.       Cheers to Microbenchmarks
Microbenchmarking will be a part of Java 9 as per the news that experts heard.

4.       The Future Is HTTP 2.0
Java 9 update will have complete support for HTTP 2.0. It will also have a new HTTP client for Java that will implement HTTP 2.0 and WebSockets and also replace the HttpURLconnection.

5.       Great Boost to API
Previously developers had limited capability to control and manage OS processes with Java. But in Java 9, this feature will get extended to empower developers to interact with the operating system. The all-new direct methods to manage PDIs, states and process names, and ability to specify processes and Java Virtual Machines are few to mention in the list.

You will see a standardized lightweight API of JSON in Java 9. JSON API is in the limelight just like Jigsaw.

Will the developers get their share of a treat with these expected features in Java 9? What do you think? Share your genuine feedback and tell us whether Java 9 development team will meet the expectations of general developers or not?

Monday, 1 June 2015

Java Major Milestones And Disappointments – Get To Know Now!

Java, C, C++, and all the other related languages are term as the programming languages. Java developers and the developers of much other programming language have to face many problems due to the increasing demand of the apps but low developing level.

Both users and developers face a lot, and this is great work. Milestone is the key factor in Java and the disappointed due to the older version of the language.

Programming languages like C, C++ and many others have some disappointments among the users and Java is the one who is overcoming all these problems.

Some common development made by the developers in the field of language is as follows:

Continuous Development
Java exists, in the market from the last 20 years and this is continuous. It is developing, and there is no end where it can stop to develop. It is important to make them developing not because for the users only but for the developers too.

Make Development Not For the Competition but Also For the Benefit for Users Too
Java developers not only work according to the other competitive languages but they also make sure that what they are using must be better than their products. For example, firstly developers make Java 8 then they develop it to Java 9 which is better than it.

Future Java Plans
It is not possible, to predict the exact future for anything but still, developers have made some plans for Java. They have to make a plan in the upcoming years they will increase the expandability in all over the globe.

So with Java world, we can make sure that the disappointment and millstone overcome with enhanced features. It is the reason that’s why Java hit for the other programming languages.