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 […]
We’ve released JNBridgePro 8.1 with support for Microsoft’s new Visual Studio 2017.
You can’t take advantage of Java 9’s shiny new features if your application needs to support older versions of Java… or can you? Here’s what Java 9 offers the developers of legacy Java applications.
JNBridgePro 8.0 has new support for abstract inheritance and cross-platform overrides, both of which are crucial for support of software frameworks.
This year’s JavaOne included lots of new technical content, including Java 9 modules and multi-release jar files. Also covered was the future of Java EE, but very little about Java 10.