Blending Java with other programming languages

It's in the Blend

More than Cold Coffee

Viewed geographically, Java may be an isolated island, but the programming language of the same name is cosmopolitan; it integrates more or less any popular third-party language worldwide. Additionally, it frequently can be integrated into those languages. The popularity of Java on mobile devices has given the language's versatility another boost. At the same time, you should not look to introduce code in other languages into your safe havens of Java without good reason. In particular, the portability of polyglot applications could be endangered, and this has always been one of the biggest arguments in favor of Java.

The Author

Bernhard Bablok works for Allianz Managed Operations & Services SE as a SAP-HR developer. When he is not listening to music, riding his bike, or walking, he focuses on the topics of Linux and programming – and also nanocomputers of late.

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