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Oracle Announces Open Source JavaFX for iOS and Android

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Feb 13, 2013 1

Oracle has announced plans to open source the iOS and Android implementations of its JavaFX UI platform "over the next couple of months", allowing developers to use the technology to write cross-platform applications for those platforms for the first time.

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Nashorn Voted In as a Successor to Rhino in the OpenJDK Project

by Abhay Bakshi Follow 0 Followers on  Jan 17, 2013

The current OpenJDK members have voted Oracle's Project Nashorn, a new JVM-based JavaScript implementation, as a successor to Rhino which is the current JVM JavaScript implementation. Nashorn is due for release with Java 8 in late 2013. It allows JavaScript to be embedded in Java applications and to develop standalone JavaScript applications.

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Nashorn Proposed as Replacement JavaScript Engine for OpenJDK

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Nov 29, 2012

Oracle's multi-language lead Jim Laskey has proposed a new JVM-based JavaScript implementation, Nashorn, as an OpenJDK project.

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Oracle Honors London Java Community, Gosling at JavaOne

by Michael Floyd Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 04, 2012 3

Today’s Java Community Keynote honored recipients of this year’s Duke’s Choice awards including the London Java Community for its innovative Adopt a JSR program. James Gosling showed of Liquid Robotics’ new robot, Wave Glider, that harnesses ocean wave energy. Other recipients included the Apache Hadoop project, AgroSense, Duchess, NATO, and Parleys.com. This year’s student winner is Ram Kashyap.

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JDK Enhancement Process

by Alex Blewitt Follow 2 Followers on  Nov 28, 2011

In the middle of this year, Oracle launched a new process called the JDK Enhancement Process, or JEP for short. What is it all about?

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Apache Harmony Finale

by Alex Blewitt Follow 2 Followers on  Nov 04, 2011 1

The Apache Harmony PMC initiated a vote earlier this week to begin the process of moving the codebase into the Apache Attic and disbanding the PMC. With 18 for and 2 against, the result will be that the Apache Harmony project will be wound up and placed in the Attic for posterity.

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OpenJDK to be Java SE 7 Reference Implementation, Bylaws Ratified by Oracle

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Jun 30, 2011

The OpenJDK Community Bylaws have been ratified, with 70 votes in favour, no votes against, and nine abstentions. 61 of the votes in favour were from Oracle employees.

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JavaSE 7 JSR Approved Despite Division

by Alex Blewitt Follow 2 Followers on  Jun 08, 2011 3

Oracle has announced that the JavaSE 7 governing JSR (336) has passed the public review ballot. Google voted against the vote, Werner Keil abstained, and no vote was received from Credit Suisse. Many others adding their concerns regarding the ongoing licensing dispute between Sun/Oracle and Apache.

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OpenJDK Bylaws Delay JDK 8 Project, Slightly

by Michael Floyd Follow 0 Followers on  May 24, 2011

Mark Reinhold introduced the second public draft of the OpenJDK Community Bylaws last week, clearing the way for OpenJDK 8 projects to begin.

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Oracle Seeking Community Input for JDK 8

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Apr 06, 2011

With Java 7 now feature complete, Oracle is asking for input from the community for the next release, scheduled for late 2012. We take a look at what is likely to be in, and the overall direction of travel for Java 8.

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Oracle Announces the JDK 7 Developer Preview but Licensing Concerns Persist

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Feb 24, 2011

Oracle's Mark Reinhold has announced that the JDK 7 Developer Preview build (milestone 12) is now available and the firm is keen to hear developer feedback. The majority of Java IDEs are also moving rapidly to support the new features of Java 7. However concern has been expressed in some quarters over the pre-release software evaluation license terms.

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Oracle Issues Draft OpenJDK Bylaws

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Feb 04, 2011 1

Oracle has issued a first draft set of the bylaws that it hopes will guide the processes of the OpenJDK. These governance issues were originally supposed to have been solved by the OpenJDK interim governance board, which Sun created in May 2007, but despite an extension the board was unable to complete the work.

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JDK 7 is Feature Complete

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Jan 17, 2011 3

The JDK 7 project says it has shipped the first feature complete build of JDK 7, tracking close to the expected schedule.

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Jigsaw Falling Into Place

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  Jun 24, 2009 4

Long plagued by controversy, Sun's attempts to modularise the Java platform saw more positive reactions from the JavaOne crowd.

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OpenJDK Governance Board's Life is Extended Despite Lack of Delivery

by Charles Humble Follow 83 Followers on  May 13, 2009

In the two years since its creation, the OpenJDK Governance Board has failed to deliver the Constitution for the OpenJDK Community which it was set-up to produce, and two of the seven positions on the board have never been filled. Despite this Sun Microsystems has now extended the life of the board for another twelve months as it switches focus back to constitutional issues.

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