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Node4J: Running Node.js in a JavaWorld
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| by Ian Bull Follow 0 Followers on Apr 02, 2016 |

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Ian Bull introduces Node4J and explores the performance characteristics and highlights the tools that help one develop, debug and deploy Node.JS applications running directly on the JVM. He explains how to integrate Node.JS with Java through a JNI bridge, and demonstrates how to use this technology to bridge the gap between JavaScript and Java.

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Ian Bull is an Eclipse committer and the Principal Architect for Yoxos Enterprise. Ian co-leads the Eclipse p2 project, serves on the Eclipse RT PMC, the Eclipse Planning Council and the Eclipse Architecture Council. His interests include software architecture, component-oriented design, release engineering, human-computer interaction and just about everything related to software engineering.

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