an object-oriented computer programming language, derived largely from C++, used widely for design and display of web pages on the world-wide web. It is an interpreted language, and has been suggested as a platform-independent code to allow execution of the same progam under multiple operating systems without recompiling. The language is still (1997) under active development, and is evolving.
a programming language that supports enhanced features such as animation, or real-time updating of information. Requires a browser that supports JAVA in order to be able to view JAVA programs or web site utilizing JAVA.
A platform-independent programming language invented by Sun Microsystems, that Web developers use to create applets. Java-enabled Web pages can include animations, calculators, scrolling text, sound effects and even games. Although many Web designers like Java because of its possibilities, they have to take into consideration that many people are surfing the Web with a Java disabled browser, simply because they don't want to wait until some applet is entirely loaded into their browser.
Java technology is a portfolio of products originally developed by Sun Microsystems that are based on the power of networks and the idea that the same software should run on many different kinds of systems and devices.
One of the islands of the Malay Archipelago belonging to the Netherlands.
My cup of coffee that I keep in my CD ROM.
An island of Indonesia. Any cup of coffee.
Indonesian Java vanilla beans are the strongest in character, earthy, woody, background chocolate notes
A service designed for individual developers, providing online training, product discounts, feature articles, bug information, and early access capabilities.
A subset of the Java Development Kit (JDK(TM)) for end-users and developers who want to redistribute the runtime environment alone. The Java runtime environment consists of the Java virtual machine*, the Java core classes, and supporting files.
The Java is a dance developed in France in the early part of the 20th century. The origin of its name is uncertain, but it probably evolved from the mazurka, and it was mainly performed to the bal-musette music popular between 1910 and 1960 in France.
The part of the Java runtime environment responsible for interpreting bytecodes.