No matter whether it’s called Jakarta EE, EE4J, Java EE, or even J2EE (remember that?), JNBridge can help you integrate your Enterprise Java with anything .NET.
With Java 10 coming out only six months after Java 9, can we be surprised that Java 10 contains only incremental improvements? This post explores the pitfalls of accelerated release cadences.
A look back at our most popular blog posts in 2017. As a window into what’s most important for our website visitors, it contains some surprises. What tops the list? What are some oldies but goodies?
We’ve been extremely gratified by the enthusiasm with which our announcement of Java.VS, our Java environment for Visual Studio, was greeted by the development community. However, after a great deal of reflection, we’ve reluctantly decided that it no longer makes sense for us to move forward with Java.VS product development. We’d like to explain why here. Shortly […]
We’ve seen a uptick of interest in JNBridgePro as developers search for a replacement for IKVM.NET, which was shelved earlier this year. This post discusses the differences, and why JNBridgePro might work for you. IKVM.NET was an open source implementation of Java for both the Microsoft .NET Framework and for Mono. Developers used it to […]