Java is a class-based, ob­ject-ori­ented pro­gram­ming lan­guage which runs on the Java runtime en­vi­ron­ment, or JRE. One of the ad­van­tages of Java is its multi-threaded en­vi­ron­ment, which means that mul­ti­ple tasks can be run at the same time.

Aside from be­ing very well-doc­u­mented, Java also boasts a large pool of third-party li­braries which en­ables Java to ful­fil a va­ri­ety of de­sired func­tions. Once code has been de­vel­oped on Java, it is pos­si­ble to de­ploy it across dif­fer­ent plat­forms.

How it’s used

Java is a ‘write-once, run-any­where’ lan­guage. The Java plat­form dif­fers from some other plat­forms in the sense that it is a soft­ware-based plat­form that runs on top of other hard­ware-based plat­forms.

Java is well known for its se­cu­rity. With Java, we can de­velop virus-free sys­tems, as Java programs run in­side a vir­tual ma­chine sand­box.

The ben­e­fits

Java pre­sents sev­eral key ben­e­fits for de­vel­op­ment. It’s mod­u­lar, which means that it is easy to reuse code. It’s also re­garded as be­ing in­cred­i­bly easy to pick up and learn, which means that the re­sult­ing source code of the ap­pli­ca­tion will be un­der­stand­able to most de­vel­op­ers. Its cross-plat­form ca­pa­bil­i­ties make it the lan­guage of choice for many web ap­pli­ca­tions.

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