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

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

Have you worked on Java reflection API? 

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

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

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

When you will access the new functionality “Proxy by Name”, A lot of cool stuff is added here to help you. Once you will start using this release, you will get more benefits from this product. TO know more on similar updates or Java frameworks, Contact Java web development team at Aegis now.


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