Now a little introduction about Java. Right from its introduction in 1995, Java has evolved with several versions. Java is owned by Oracle.
Java gained momentum with the feature of platform-independent and “Write once, run everywhere”. This feature enables the compiled Java code to initiate on all platforms that support Java and there is no need of compiling again.
The Java Virtual Machine is also an important element of Java which lets programmers write codes that have security. It also has a Just-In-Time Compiler which helps in making the Java code into a low-level machine language.
Java is deployed in making Android apps (though Kotlin is also widely preferred), desktop applications,, web enterprise applications, scientific computing applications, big data etc.
Java is based on the OOP concept. When this concept is applied in Java, it will enhance code readability and re-usability.
Java is an outstanding back-end programming language and it can also be used on the server-side.
Java is strongly typed which means that all variables must be aptly defined prior to execution.
Java uses multi-threaded architecture.