The Java Renaissance

“Java never ran as smoothly on PCs as Microsoft-haters hoped. Buggy versions of the Java engine in Netscape and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the difficul

“Java never ran as smoothly on PCs as Microsoft-haters hoped. Buggy versions of the Java engine in Netscape and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the difficulty of writing a good user interface in Java, and Microsoft’s efforts to deflect the threat of platform-independent software all contributed. Consequently, only a limited number of PC programs were written in Java. The current wisdom: Java is a great language for application and database servers, where it’s terrific at integrating functions across several different computers, but it’s dead on the desktop. Which makes the current renaissance of Java programming for the PC all the more surprising.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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