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Development - Harmony

Apache Harmony is the Java SE project of the Apache Software Foundation. The objective of ASF is to make Harmony, a world class, certified implementation of the Java Platform Standard Edition. The larger objective of developing and launching Harmony is to produce a large and healthy community of those interested in runtime platforms. Such runtime platforms have their work cut out like compatible, independent implementation of the Java SE 5 JDK and a community-developed modular runtime (VM and class library) architecture.

Harmony visualises to support wide range of different platforms. In order to decide whether a particular platform is supported or not is the involvement of people in running tests on regular basis, reporting build status, finding and fixing bugs for that platform, and so on. Thus Harmony banks heavily on the concept of community development. It is this broad perspective of Harmony to develop a community-created specification for a modular implementation architecture that separates it from other projects. Harmony relies on open source/free software communities, research academics, individuals and commercial vendors. Because of its total commitment to these values, Harmony has today, a well-defined set of components with well-defined interfaces between them. Harmony offers the freedom of choice for components like JIT, GC and many more. Moreover Harmony is a free software, opensource and proprietary in nature. Harmony is a complete J2SE implementation with tools like Eclipse compiler, JVM and Class Libraries.

Harmony and Performance

The declared objective of Harmony as a complete J2SE implementation is to achieve the speed, memory and performance of commercial versions. Harmony has already scotched rumors and allegations that the new project would divide Java Technologies and pollute the enterprise environment with new technology. The Harmony project has become an unqualified success because of the open, collaborative community which has been entrusted with implementation. The moral of the story here is that we need not reinvent the wheel every time. Duplication of technology is not the objective of Harmony project. Harmony is yet another project aimed at achieving the widespread adoption of Java Technologies.

What Java Development India Offer?

Java Development India offers Harmony support & development, Harmony consulting and Harmony related solutions from our offshore software development outsourcing centre at Kochi, Kerala in India.

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