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JNBridge Supports Java 8 .NET Heterogeneity


JNBridge has brought in new Java 8 support inside its JNBridgePro interoperability tools that connect Java and .NET frameworks. Versions v7.2 of JNBridgePro and v3.2 of the JMS Adapters for BizTalk and .NET all now feature compatibility with Java 8.

Any .NET, Any Java

JNBridgePro produces transparent compatibility between "anything Java and anything .NET" with full access to any API (whether services-enabled or not) — it exposes any Java or .NET binary without the need for source code.

This means that JNBridge is "hundreds to thousands" of times faster than web services.

JNBridgePro v7.2 offers the ability to translate new Java features for .NET developers, while at the same time leaving proxies based on Java 5, 6, and 7 unchanged so that users on earlier Java versions can upgrade to JNBridgePro v7.2 without having to make any changes to their code.

Wayne Citrin, CTO, JNBridge says that version 3.2 of the JMS Adapters for .NET and BizTalk extend JNBridge's mission to make Java and .NET interoperability a reality.

"Easy to use, fast to implement, and compatible with any Java Message Service (JMS) server, the adapters enable seamless integration of JMS capabilities into Microsoft .NET applications and with Microsoft BizTalk Server," he said.


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