Java JDK 9 has been released 21 September (release notes here). As it has already been some time since that date we would just like to recall some of the facts related to the new Java.
Mark Reinhold wrote that day in his blog post “I’m pleased — nay, thrilled! — to announce that JDK 9 is now Generally Available.”
He also mentioned the list of great additions and improvements apart from Jigsaw that come with JDK 9 features. Let us list them again in this post as a handy reminder:
- Improved Process API
- HTTP/2 Client (incubating)
- Variable Handles
- JShell Read-Eval-Print Loop
- Javadoc Search
- Linux/AArch64 Port
- Marlin Graphics Renderer
- Collection Factories
- Enhanced Deprecation
- Linux/s390x Port
- Ahead-of-Time (AOT) Compilation
Of course, Javonet will follow all of the updates which you can verify by using the Free Trial of our solution in your own project!
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