Wireless Java Steps Closer To Reality
- Are Java magic bullets on target? Nerney, Chris // Network World;07/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p31
Opinion. Presents information on the Java programming language from Sun Microsystems Incorporated. Problems associated with the programming language; Efforts of Sun Microsystems to rectify the problems; Performance of Sun Microsystems' solutions. INSETS: Taking aim;Briefs.
- Java licensees learn new language. Bucholtz, Chris // Telephony;5/06/96, Vol. 230 Issue 19, p20
Reports that support for the object-oriented language would be embedded in the proprietary operating systems of Sun Microsystems and ten licensees of Sun's Java programming language. Names of companies who support the licensing model; Advantage of using the Java-embedded operating system; How...
- The trouble brewing over Java. Hopley, Claire // BusinessWest;Dec97, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p35
Focuses on Java programming language developed by Sun Microsystems Inc. Characteristics of Java that make them a choice for Internet; Companies that will embed Java on their designs for tools; Problems faced by the users of Java.
- Java and jini. Tanner, John C. // Telecom Asia;Feb99, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p28
Compares the computer programming languages known as Java and Jini developed by Sun Microsystems. Launch of the application programming language Java in 1995; Java's restrictive licensing scheme; Use of Java for distributed applications across the Internet; Paradigm of the Jini system.
- A hot new offering called Java. Bernier, Paula // Telephony;5/22/95, Vol. 228 Issue 21, p15
Reports on the offering for free by Sun Microsystems over the Internet of Java, a new programming language. Effect of its introduction on introduction of services and applications to market; Applications and platform specifications to be set to a machine running the application; Interpreter...
- Sun invites review of Java interface. Rodriguez, Karen // Inter@ctive Week;03/17/97, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p52
Reports that Sun Microsystems Computer Corp. has posted an Java Naming and Directory Interface for the Java program language. Functions for providing standard and uniform connectivity; Specifications of the product.
- Sun serves Java to the Enterprise. Rodriguez, Karen // Inter@ctive Week;04/07/97, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p6
Reports on Sun Microsystems Inc.'s announcement of the Java Platform for the Enterprise. Foundation for creating server-based applications to handle corporate functions; Oracle Corp.'s announcement of transaction applications server; Sybase Inc.'s Powersoft Jaguar CTS, a transaction server that...
- Java usage percolates. McCormick, John // Inter@ctive Week;07/21/97, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p10
Reports on the success of applications with Java, in the usage of the programming language developed by Sun Microsystems Incorporated. Reference to a survey by Zona Research Incorporated; Reason companies are committing to Java; Use of Java by Caliber Systems Incorporated to put in place...
- Sun previews devices to bolster Java applets. Pontin, Jason; Quinlan, Tom // InfoWorld;2/5/96, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p1
Reports on Sun Microsystems Inc.'s introduction of a set of devices needed to support its Java computer program language at the Demo 96 convention in Indian Wells, California. Description of new chips introduced by the company; Demonstration of a system that ran Java applets on a microSparc...
- Sun is slow but burning. Borck, James R. // InfoWorld;06/18/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 25, p74
Features several Java enterprises from Sun software developer. Java Application Programmer Interfaces for Extensible Markup Language; Java 2 Enterprise Edition; J2ME.