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Java Software Development

Why we use Java

Great scalability and performance

Versatile, stable and portable 

Excellent code maintainability

Used by over 12 million developers every day

Perfect for cloud development and the IoT

Can be used for mobile app development

Developing your product with Java

Java is a statically typed language perfectly suited for high-volume, scalable and universal back-end systems for large projects. Java is commonly used by global investment banks like Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Barclays, as well as in server apps for huge financial service providers. That doesn’t mean that Java shouldn’t be the technology of choice for smaller server-side applications!

When should you use Java?

Java can be used with ease in e-commerce and web applications thanks to great Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation in modern JVMs. Java byte code can be compiled on any given platform and can be converted to native binaries for the device running the code. Another great advantage of Java is that it can be developed and deployed on almost every modern platform – your team can develop the code simultaneously on macOS and Windows, and then deploy it to a server running Linux. Moreover, Java code can be run cooperatively with many other languages targeting the JVM like Clojure, Scala, Jython or JRuby. 

In context of mobile app development, Java is a perfect choice for Android applications, as it is the core language behind the Android operation system. Although other languages have been recently rising in popularity in the world of Android app development, like Kotlin or Flutter, Java is still the standard. 

 

Using Java in your project

4 Benefits of Java you should know

Robustness

Java is purely object-oriented. It allows programs to be coded and to work the same way that real-life events and objects behave. Since pointers, related operations and memory management activities are not used, it is not necessary to handle garbage values and illegal addresses. 

Multithreading

Native multithreading in Java allows the running of more than one thread at the same time. This means that it is possible to maximize CPU usage by allowing many threads to run simultaneously. Multiple threads share a common memory area. As a result, the performance and efficiency of any given application increases. Furthermore, these threads run independently without affecting each other. 

Portability and security

As mentioned before, Java is platform-independent. This means that when Java code is compiled, it generates a byte code that contains instructions for Java that are not dependent on any device or operating system. This byte code can be transferred to different devices. During the execution of this code, JVM creates its own Runtime Environment and adds the machine instructions just to execute the code. In other words, Java applications run in “sandboxes” which prevent them from harming the devices operating system. Moreover, Java gives us access to security features like advanced authentication, access control or cryptography to keep web applications secure. 

Popularity

Java is more commonly used in everyday life than you might think. For instance, every device based on the Android OS uses Java. It has an extremely large amount of thoroughly tested libraries and frameworks. To this day, Java maintains its top rank among the most popular programming languages. With over 12 million programmers using Java every day and 13 billion Java-enabled devices, it still garners great interest among software development teams. 

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Our primary directive is to meet all of our client requirements, whether they are related to writing code, graphic design or just consultancy. 

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