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Java Runtime Environment - Runtime Environment created by Sun Microsystems that allows to run and use applications written in the programming language Java. It consists of a virtual machine - Java Virtual Machine and Java-class library. In Java, written many programs and games, especially those for whom mobility is important.
Some web pages also use Java. One of the advantages of Java is its cross-platform, that is, an application written in this language can be used on different operating systems with installed Java Runtime Environment.Key features:
• automatic memory management;
• enhanced exception handling;
• a rich set of filtering I / O;
• a set of standard collections such as array, list, stack, etc.;
• a simple means of creating network applications (including the protocol RMI);
• availability of classes that allow you to perform HTTP-requests and process responses;
• built-in language is a means of creating multi-threaded applications;
• unified access to databases:
• at the level of SQL-queries - based on JDBC, SQLJ;
• at the level of the concept of objects having the ability to store in a database - based on the Java Data Objects (English) and the Java Persistence API (in English);
• Support for templates (version 1.5);
• parallel execution of programs.
Java 2 Platform Standard Edition (J2SE) is an industry leading utility that allows users to create portable applications capable to run on server and desktop systems. Java 2 Platform Standard Edition (J2SE) software is the premier platform for rapidly developing and deploying secure, portable applications that run on server and desktop systems spanning most operating systems. J2SE 6.0 is a significant release including many new features and updates while preserving compatibility and stability. The development of J2SE 6.0 was led by Sun and progressed following the Java Community Process (JCP) to include input from a variety of constituents.
Java allows you to play online games, chat with people around the world, calculate your mortgage interest, and view images in 3D. These applications, written in the Java programming language and access from your browse, are called "applets". Corporations also use Java applets for intranet applications and other e-business solutions.
Java technology was created as a computer programming tool in a small, secret effort called "the Green Project" at Sun Microsystems in 1991. As it turns out, the Internet was ready for Java technology, and just in time for its initial public introduction in 1995, the team was able to announce that the Netscape Navigator Internet browser would incorporate Java technology.
Year / Release year: 2012
OS / OS: Windows XP / VISTA / 7