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Users must sign long-term support deals or migrate to Java 8 to avoid 'enormous headache and disruption to millions of applications.'
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Future Java 7 security patches will not be publicly available so users should migrate to Java 8.
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For Java developers just getting started with embedded programming and IoT, this guide will orient you in Java ME's history and the new Java ME 8 and Java Embedded platforms.
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Get started with using GWT-friendly CSS media queries and multi-device layout patterns to develop mobile-responsive web applications. Demonstrations are based on an open source code base that you can use as a foundation for your own...
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Oracle's emerging IoT platform features Java SE Embedded for embedded systems, and Java ME Embedded, which is optimized for small devices.
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APIs will glue together the Internet of things
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JXCore's new trick: Convert Node.js projects into self-running apps
Newest beta of the JXCore fork of Node.js lets users compile Node applications and dependent modules into deliverables.
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Apache Cordova lets developers create Android apps from third-party WebViews
Developers can use WebViews, a container that encapsulates Web apps in Android, to get around Android fragmentation.
Facebook to release open source library for iOS interface development
Async Display Kit, part of Facebook's Paper interface app for iOS, offers users better scrolling on devices.
Google engineer: We need more Web programming languages
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