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What are the benefits of using Java for your business?

If you want to make the most out of the web and reach more customers by harnessing the power of digital media, you should strongly consider using Java. According to a study conducted by w3techs.com, 96.5% of the websites across the globe are built on Java, and many applications and websites can only be accessed if you have Java installed.

What is Java?

Java is a programming language designed to be concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and a computing platform, first released by Sun Microsystems in 1995. This was when James Gosling led a team of researchers in an effort to create a new language that would allow consumer electronic devices to communicate with each other.

Rather than giving you a history lesson, let’s talk about what Java enables you to do in order to fulfil your business goals.

When to use Java or, in a more practical way, what can you build with it?

  • Mobile applications
  • Internet of Things (IoT) Devices
  • Cloud applications
  • Web applications
  • Enterprise applications
  • Scientific applications
  • Big Data applications
  • Games
  • Chatbots
  • Embedded applications
  • Desktop GUI applications 

As the most popular programming language, Java’s value can be seen in the following use cases.

Did you know that:

  • You can zoom in from outer space and examine any location on earth through an application built with Java?  According to NASA software engineers, Java is “the glue that ties our legacy software capabilities together, and provides a cross-platform modular framework for a collection of unrelated tools and capabilities via the NetBeans platform,” and Java “has provided a user interface on top of a set of numerical analysis and physics simulation tools. The tools typically require a subject matter expert to operate properly; with Java in the loop, this knowledge has been captured and implemented for general use by non-technical personnel.”

  • With Java, you can create high-performance applications like self-driving cars and crash avoidance systems?  Perrone Robotics, contracted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) to develop the Autonomous Vehicle Test System (AVTS), using Java exclusively, will independently test the safety of different types of crash avoidance systems. “Java is what our core MAX software for robotics and automation has been built upon since 2001.”- says Paul Perrone, founder, and CEO of the Charlottesville, Virginia, company. 

  • Smart vending machines use Java software to track inventory, temperature, humidity, and location?  Java is well equipped to act as a merged standardized platform for the IoT (Internet of Things). 

  • You can rely on Java to make doctor and patient interactions more convenient and fast? The system includes a full suite of application modules designed to do just that, doing away with the need to make an appointment through traditional means and spend extended time in a waiting room before a consultation. Through the power of app modules, patients can select doctors and check their availability before choosing a specific appointment time and arriving in time for an immediate consultation.
  • You can rely on Java to help doctors make virtual house calls with chatbots? Doctors can perform simple tasks like checking a patient’s temperature, listening to their heartbeat, or checking their blood pressure—remotely, all without leaving their office.

  • You can perform Java-based data analysis that helps social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn handle issues ranging from hate speech to terrorist recruiting?
  • Java can be a better solution for math-oriented applications when combining heavy numeric or scientific processing with smooth 2D or 3D graphics output (JScience or JSci libraries)?

There are many more reasons businesses should choose Java, but these are the 3 that stand out:

  1. High Performance. 

One of its most significant advantages, Java integrates high-performance features in your application. In terms of overall performance and reliability to develop speed ratio, using Java is an excellent option for businesses’ objectives.

  1. WORA – Write Once, Run Everywhere ( a.k.a. Platform independence).

After speed, the next most important criterion is being able to run an application anywhere quickly. This means that code developed on a PC is expected to run on other devices like Java-enabled mobile phones, routers, and data processors equipped with Java without making any adjustments.

  1. Security.

Data security is the top priority for every business when developing software solutions. Without getting into technical details, what is essential to know is that Java is best known for its security, helping you develop virus-free systems.

Top companies using JAVA

Each language has its benefits and uses for meeting specific requirements or goals, depending on business needs. Java is an excellent programming language that can address multiple needs. This doesn’t mean that it’s the only one there is. 

Not sure what programming language best suits your needs? Schedule a discovery call with us, and let’s see which one can best take your application from vision to reality.

 

 

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