The new ADF Mobile is HTML5- and Java-based, and aimed at developers looking to build and deploy enterprise apps to mobile environments from a single code base.
JNBridge last week released another in its evolving series of free interoperability kits.
Alfresco has released a new open API for its cloud-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform, Alfresco in the Cloud.
CloudBees recently announced two new services and news that its implementation of the Jenkins continuous integration (CI) server has been extended to Google's App Engine.
Project Sumatra was officially announced on Sunday evening during the opening keynote presentations for the annual JavaOne conference in San Francisco.
Researchers have discovered a "critical" zero-day issue with Oracle's Java plugin. This marks the second time in less than a month that researchers have found an issue with Java.
Oracle has released a stripped down and free (to develop and deploy) version of its Application Development Framework (ADF) called ADF Essentials.
Oracle announced Tuesday two new products aimed at Java developers working in the mobile-and-embedded space.
Xamarin, the company behind MonoTouch and Mono for Android has added a new client SDK that leverages Windows Azure Mobile Services for connecting to Microsoft's backend cloud offering.
Salesforce unveiled a new Heroku-based enterprise cloud service for Java at its annual Dreamforce conference, underway this week in San Francisco.
MarkLogic has upgraded its enterprise NoSQL database offering, adding Java and REST APIs.
The Java Community Process will combine the Executive Committees overseeing Java Standard Edition (SE), Java Enterprise Edition (EE), and the Java Micro Edition (ME) into a single body.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has released an update of its Wicket Web application framework.
Codename One said this week that its new mobile, cross-platform software development kit (SDK) is now compatible with Windows Phone and Windows tablet devices.
The day after Oracle released Java Version 7 Update 7, a fix for three vulnerabilities (including last week's zero-day disclosure), a security firm has found a new error in the latest version.
An update for Java 7 that addresses "3 distinct but related vulnerabilities and one security-in-depth issue affecting Java running in desktop browsers" was released by Oracle on Wednesday.
Information on a Java flaw that has been seen in targeted attacks in the wild, and has been tested to work on most major Web browsers for both Mac and PC, was reported on Monday by security firm FireEye.
Oracle's recent release of the Java Platform Standard Edition 7 Update 6 (Java SE 7 U6) is available on Mac OS X.
Oracle recently announced it will continue to support Java SE 6 until Feb 2013, extending the so-called end-of-life (EOL) date for the five-year-old development platform a second time
CloudBees has added six vendors to its partner ecosystem, adding new services the company says will fill more holes in the road for Java jocks rolling toward the cloud.