We’re back from Build in San Francisco. Here’s the stuff that excited us.
It’s easy to bridge bewteen JVM-based languages and .NET. This article shows you how.
It’s easy to implement a table where you can look up an object given a key. But what if you have the object and want to find its key? We show you how.
See our new InfoQ article on JNBridgePro and how it can help fight developer fatigue.
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.