What makes Java popular?

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Why you should learn Java

  • Java is popular
  • There are jobs for Java developers
  • Java has been everywhere
  • Java is used in real-world apps
  • Java has remained powerful
  • There are lots of Java tools for solving different problems and necessities
  • Java community is big and passionate
  • Java is still being updated
  • Many things more…

Facts about Java

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High-level

  • ClassLoader
  • JVM memory
  • Execution engine
  • Native method interface and
  • Native method library

Concurrent

Class-based and object-oriented

Dependencies

Java is general-purpose

  • Web-based applications
  • Enterprise applications
  • Scientific applications
  • Gaming applications
  • Mobile applications
  • Desktop GUI applications
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More features of Java

  • Scalability
  • Cross-platform
  • Memory-management
  • Multi-threading

Conclusion

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