The Java EE 8 officially launched and several JSR's are filedThe Java EE 8 officially launched and several JSR's are filed
The future version of Java EE 8 officially launched as JSR 366 via the JCP (Java Community Process) on Aug 27, 2014. It really a good news and big day for the JEE. Developers around the world will see the first list of features and the new APIs to be introduced in the JEE8.
The primary focus of Java EE 8 will be providing the support for HTTP 2/HTML 5, CDI/managed bean alignment, cloud support in Java and the Java SE alignment. These features seems good as for now.
Here are the important features of the next Java EE 8:
Here are the expected imporvement/additions in the Web Stack.
Managed Bean/CDI Alignment
Highlights of the Managed Beans/CDI.
Features of the Cloud computing includes:
Java EE 8 will take the full advantages of the new features introduced in Java SE 8. It includes repeating annotations, lambda expressions, the Date/Time API, type annotations, Compliable Futures and so on.
There are also a number of JSR filed which is targeted to Java EE 8. These are: