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December 28, 2014
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Java SE 8 and the New Date and Time Library
The new Java SE 8 API, JSR-310, is designed to replace the existing Date and Calendar classes, incorporating ideas from Joda-Time. Read on for a brief overview over the new Date and Time API and some ready to use examples.
Tags : Java SE, API, DATE, Time, datetime function
Oracle Updates Java SE and JavaFX
The new release makes Java available for devices with ARM processors.
Tags : Oracle, Java SE, API, JavaFX, ARM
Oracle and Apple Announce OpenJDK Project for OS X
Java SE 6 will continue to be provided by Apple, but Java SE 7 and future versions of Java will be available from Oracle.
Tags : Java SE, OS X
The Java SE 7 Roadmap Is Posted
Java SE 7 is scheduled to ship on July 28, 2011 with a first release candidate set for May 2011.
Tags : Java SE, JDK
Java 7 and 8 Begin to Take Shape: What's In, What's Out?
Oracle puts Java 7 and 8 features up for Java Community approval, providing a clear indication of what the next two major versions of Java are likely to include.
Tags : Java SE, JDK, OpenJDK, Java 7, Java 8
Use JavaMail to Automate Email Distribution
Learn the basics of using the JavaMail API to build a Java mail application.
Tags : email, Java SE, JavaMail
The Java 7 Features Bound to Make Developers More Productive
The developer productivity features in the upcoming Java SE 7 release (object comparison, file system monitoring, and concurrency) are enough to make a Java veteran envy the Java newbies.
Tags : Java, open source, Java SE, file systems, Concurrency
Release Roundup, Jan. '10: New Year, New Gear for Java/Open Source Developers
From usual suspects like Apache, Google and Sun and some lesser-known players, January 2010 brought a steady stream of code releases for Java and open source developers' toolboxes.
Tags : testing, Ajax, Java SE, middleware, RIA
Sun Updates Java SE 6 for Performance
Java SE 6 Update 18 could be the last from Sun before the Oracle acquisition closes.
Tags : Java, Java SE, Sun
Java ARchive (JAR) Files 101
JAR is the Java way of compressing a file. Learn how to use some basic and advanced features of this fundamental tool.
Tags : Java SE, JAR

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