Oracle releases HTML 5 which focuses Java EE 7

Oracle has releases JEE 5 which provides strong support for HTML 5 and JSON.

Oracle releases HTML 5 which focuses Java EE 7

In this article we will understand how JEE 7 supports HTML 5 and what is the benefits of it. This version of JEE is ultimate platform for developing the mobile applications as it supports HTML 5.

Oracle has recently launched formally its much-hyped Java Platform, EE 7, which is commonly known as Enterprise Edition-7, which is completely focused on the HTML 5. The newly launched EE7 has been focused on HTML 5 in terms of its applications, developer productivity and other demands, which is the need for the time for the developer today. Now JEE7 provides the improved capabilities for developing HTML 5 bases applications to meet the enterprise demands and increase the productivity of the developers working on the project.

Java EE 7 Key features: The Java EE7 has magnificent features in itself, which is the result of industry wide development involving round the builds and collaboration.

It assists to further increase developer productivity by providing simplified application architectures with various means. Apart from this, EE 7 also delivers new features which are the most demanding for the successfully performance of the program. It also offers tremendous supports to the developers in accelerating the transition to Java EE 7 and further steps.

After release of HTML 5: With launching of HTML 5, it can be assume that with the launching of this platform, not building HTML 5 and mobile Apps will become so easy. With this, not it can be achieved the ultimate height for building HTML5 and also mobile apps with this.

The another significance changes can be witnesses after its launching and it is the productivity of the programmer.  As EE7 provides easy way to use APIs like java message Services 2.0 and it also simplifies the JMS API, which reduces the need for a related code.

It is also to be mentioned here that the primary focus for making Java EE was more suited for the cloud is on multi tenancy which have the same program maintaining in the various environments from a application server to a private cloud with non-relational data stores.

Apart from this, tighter requirements and resources with state management are another features which allow the multiple version of an application for readily existing.

Features includes:

  • Improved low-latency
  • bi-directional communication with WebSockets
  • Support for WebSockets
  • Support for HTML5 applications
  • JSON Support:  It simplis data parsing and exchanging using JSON format
  •  Support for RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS 2.0

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