Friday, July 5, 2013

Oracle releases HTML5-focused Java EE 7

The latest version of enterprise Java is meant to be 'the ultimate platform for building HTML5 and mobile apps-

Oracle officially introduced its completed implementation of Java Platform, EE (Enterprise Edition) 7, focused on HTML5 applications, developer fruitfulness, and enterprise postulations. Developers can download the SDK for Java EE 7.
The enterprise-grade edition of Java is mainly deployed on servers; EE 7 features include JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) help for data movement, and WebSocket communications, both providing for HTML5 application development. This is the ultimate platform for building HTML5 and mobile apps.
Java EE 7 brings this widely used enterprise framework to the modern age of HTML5 and also brings important improvement in developer productivity that will have windfalls in code quality. In this age of the polyglot programmer, Java EE 7 will allow Java to remain one of the most widely deployed technologies for server applications on the planet.
JavaServer Faces 2.2 capabilities in Java EE 7 add HTML5-friendly markup support. Batch programming capabilities, intended for long-running tasks, support enterprise-scale applications, while concurrency utilities provide higher throughput.
For developer productivity, EE 7 offers easier-to-use APIs, such as Java Message Service 2.0 and the simplified JMS API reduces the need for a lot of boilerplate code. Tooling support for Java EE 7 can be found in the NetBeans IDE and Eclipse.

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