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Enterprise Java development strategy

Learn about enterprise Java and Java EE applications and software development. Our coverage of enterprise Java development includes the Java programming language; Java virtual machine (JVM) languages like Scala, Groovy and Grails; domain specific languages (DSLs); and other software programming languages.

  • JSRs and APIs

    In this section on the Java programming language, get news, advice, and tutorials on using Java in enterprise application development. Learn why Java is so widely used in programming today, and discover tricks to use and pitfalls to avoid. It's important to stay informed about the latest...
  • Languages

    Software programming languages are crucial communication lines between programs. Get the lates news on Java programming languages, Java alternatives and software languages. Find tips, expert responses, webcasts, podcasts or features related to software programming languages.
  • JVM languages

    The Java platform is highly robust because the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) supports much more than just the core Java language. Application developers need to choose which of the JVM languages to run on the virtual machine. Scala, Groovy, Grails, and Jruby are all popular choices. Scala is...
  • DSLs

    Java Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) are programming languages designed to solve a specific problem. Examples include UNIX shell scripts and ColdFusion Markup Language. Because Java DSLs are designed to solve specific problems, they often contain elements not found in general purpose...
  • Java app deployment

    Taking a program from lines of code to a functioning Java application requires several important steps and tools. Before application deployment, a Java Runtime Environment must be put in place. The next step in Java application development is to use either a Java Plug-in or Java Web Start...

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