Have You Ever Thought Where Java is Used in Real World 2020

Have You Ever Thought Where Java is Used in Real World 2020

Java language was developed in 1995. In subsequent years, the language has become the backbone of millions of applications across multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Unix, Android-based mobiles, embedded systems and enterprise solutions. Oracle claims that about 97% of enterprise systems use Java for scripting and running software, proving it to be one of the fastest emerging and extensively applied programming languages. Check out this Presentation and know all about Java in Real World.

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Claritus Consulting

November 26, 2020
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  1. Let’s know Have you ever thought where Java is used

    in Real World?
  2. Contents • Overview • Why Java is Important? • Applications

    of Java • Summary
  3. Java language was developed in 1995. In subsequent years, the

    language has become the backbone of millions of applications across multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Unix, Android-based mobiles, embedded systems and enterprise solutions. Oracle claims that about 97% of enterprise systems use Java for scripting and running software, proving it to be one of the fastest emerging and extensively applied programming languages. The applications of Java are not limited to web and application development, it has also left impressions on the fields of Big data and Artificial Intelligence. Overview
  4. Why Java is Important? It is difficult to provide a

    single reason why the Java programming language has become widespread. The current number of Java developers are estimated to be over 9 million worldwide. The world is in constant pursuit to grow and we need to keep up! Right from elementary schools, now, Java is being taught as an introductory language to programming because of its powerful features and exciting real-world applications.
  5. Applications of Java Java is the king of all the

    programming languages. Its applications can be seen in various domains.
  6. Desktop Applications One of the most striking features of Java

    for desktop applications is that it provides GUI (Graphic User Interface) development which is popularly implemented by software such as AWT (Abstract Windowing Toolkit), Swing and JavaFX. AWT contains several components such as a menu, button, list, and many third-party components. Swing components are lightweight, it provides more powerful components such as tables, lists, scroll panes, color chooser, tabbed pane, etc.
  7. Business Applications (client-server based) Several companies run on software developed

    using Java. C and C++ language have become obsolete. Java is versatile and easy to implement, as it does not involve the use of pointers. In the banking sector also have Java is running from front end to back end. The higher performance guarantee Java has resulted in high-frequency trading systems like Murex to be scripted in the language. It is also the backbone for a variety of banking applications which have Java running from front user end to back server end.
  8. Web-based Applications Java provides support for web applications through Servlets,

    Struts or JSPs. With the help of these technologies, we can develop any kind of web application. There are certain programs called applets that are embedded alongside the web pages which work on the client-side. It is associated with a short HTML text file. It has found new applications in the field of E-commerce as well which is being implemented with Broadleaf, an open-source software.
  9. Cloud-based Applications Cloud Computing refers to the usage of remote

    servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage and process data instead of using a local computer network. It is a platform that is used for a distributed computing system. There is a wide range of Java Cloud development tools like Oracle Java cloud service which serves as a platform to create and configure an Oracle WebLogic Server and the application environment without any hassle.
  10. Mobile Applications J2ME is a cross-platform framework to build applications

    that run across all Java supported devices, including smartphones. Given the fact that the Android framework is closely associated with Java, Android apps can be designed on easy terms using the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) and other such environments.
  11. Summary Java is a blue-collared programming language used in all

    spheres of software development. With a tinge of innovation and creativity, one can easily master the art of programming using Java and build lucrative sidelines. With these applications of Java, we experience the importance of Java in the real world. Many technologies and programming languages are coming, but the popularity of Java is not faded. Content Source: https://data-flair.training/blogs/applications-of-java/
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