Now, it’s time to rejoice for the Java learners and professionals as Roseindia Technologies, a front running software Developer Company has just begun a new service ‘ask question online’ to resolve your query.
Through using this service, you can ask or post your query online and find the quick solution from the same channel. Java is tough but a powerful language used in various software fields including mobile technology, GPS, remote, telecom, banking and finance and many more.
Even a very efficient programmer sometimes has to face several problems during the development of the project in which he/she spends very crucial times of development. But our new service will ease you pressure and make you more comfortable that will save you time and energy.
After viewing the question on the board, it will be our duty to provide you the most accurate and satisfying results to our visitors. Our outstanding exerts in each technologies will solve your query immediately or within two days.
Our ask question facility is also open for our visitors, any visitor who knows the answer can reply the question.
For the newbie, we would like to introduce Java here.
Java is a platform independent object oriented programming language used on the Web for both client and server processing. Unlike C++ Java automatically frees unused memory. When it is launched from a web page, it is known as Java ‘applet’, and when run without the Web browser on a user's machine, it is known as Java ‘application’. When Java runs in a Web server, it is called Java ‘servlet.’
Thus we can say Java is a technology that allows software designed and written just once for an idealized ‘virtual machine’ to run on a variety of real computers. The technology of Java is versatile, efficient, platform portable and secure. It is an ideal technology for network computing. From laptops to datacenters, game consoles to scientific supercomputers, cell phones to the Internet, Java is everywhere!
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