.NET Core has been getting a lot of attention, but it’s still not ready to support real enterprise applications.
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JNBridgePro 7.3 fixes a longstanding issue related to differences in the way Java and .NET handle method return types that differ from the return types dictated by interfaces or abstract superclasses.
“Proxy by name” is a new JNBridgePro 7.3 feature that maps parameter names from underlying methods and constructors into the proxies, so they appear in IntelliSense and tool tips while you’re writing code.
JNBridgePro 7.3 supports VS 2015, Eclipse 4.5, and Windows 10, and now includes a method’s parameter names when generating proxies.