Asked in Java Programming
How java is more secure then .net?
July 05, 2012 12:23PM
First you should ask yourself "is it really?". Both are fairly modern languages, both are under active development; I doubt any of them is technically much superior to the other, including security.
Asked in Web Design and Publishing
Which language is more suitable for web designing java or net and why?
Asked in Java Programming
Java is better than net why?
I suppose both have their advantages, and their disadvantages. Java is designed for multiple platforms; .NET is more focussed on Windows. There is, however, a "Mono" project that gives .NET certain compatibility with Linux. I suppose both have their advantages, and their disadvantages. Java is designed for multiple platforms; .NET is more focussed on Windows. There is, however, a "Mono" project that gives .NET certain compatibility with Linux. I suppose both have their advantages, and their disadvantages. Java is designed for multiple platforms; .NET is more focussed on Windows. There is, however, a "Mono" project that gives .NET certain compatibility with Linux. I suppose both have their advantages, and their disadvantages. Java is designed for multiple platforms; .NET is more focussed on Windows. There is, however, a "Mono" project that gives .NET certain compatibility with Linux.
Asked in C++ Programming
Which is good- c plus plus or java?
Basically both are good at their places, can't be interchanged. But Java is best if we compare both because Java is much more secure, robust and portable as compared to C++ as a Java program is first converted to byte code and then interpreted. Also C++ program is compiled all at once but Java program is interpreted one instruction at a time thus making it more secure .
Asked in Java Programming, The Difference Between
What is the main difference between java and dotnet?
Asked in Java Programming
What are the differences between java language and net language?
I took a Introduction to Java course last year. I had the same question when I started the class http://www.DevelopIntelligence.com/catalogue/java-training.php. But I learned that Java and .NET are both platforms that run applications. Both platforms use something known as a virtual machine. In the Java platform, the primary programming language use to write applications is called Java. In the .NET platform, the programming language choices include VB.NET, C++.NET, C#.NET. In other words, there is no "difference between the Java langage and the .net language" as there is no "net language". The Java language is most similar to the C# language in .NET. There are some technical differences, but in general they are about the same.
Asked in Java Programming, .NET Programming, iPhone 3GS
Am doing mca3rd year i doubt about what course like JAVA or .NET SIR but i think choose java what about the JAVA what java?
Yes you should go with java, it is used much more than .net currently. Java gets its name from Sun Java how owns java. Before java was released to the public it was called oak because of an oak tree outside of the office of the person who created it. Some people think it got its current name because oak is not a good name for a language, and that it took lots of coffee (java) to make java.
Why is Java known as platform neutral language and how is Java more secured than other language justify?
"Platform neutral" means that Java does not depend directly on the underlying operating system; the same binary Java classes will run on any platform that support the target version of Java that those classes use, such as Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. Java has enhanced security opposed to a native binary (e.g. a program written in C++) in the sense that an additional layer of security is implemented in the Java VM that reduces promiscuous behavior (such as accessing the hard drive when running as an applet). Java is arguably not as secure as some other languages (such as Mono/.NET, which can be statically verified safe without executing the program), but it is generally more secure than non-VM-based languages because of the extra layer of security.
Asked in Java Programming, .NET Programming
Why Customers prefer to develop their applications using Java or Dot net frame work?
What is feature that supported in c c plus plus and java but not in net?
What is the difference between .Net and Java?
Differences between .Net and Java include Java is from Sun, .Net is from Microsoft Java is a language plus a runtime, .Net is a runtime framework that supports multiple languages, Visual Basic and C# (the .Net language most similar to Java) among them. C# is very similar to Java but a few years younger, and a bit nicer in some respects - it has a slightly simpler syntax for some common constructs. Java is more platform independent, it runs on several operating systems including Windows, Mac and Linux. .Net is primarily for Windows. Although the open source project Mono is developing a multi-platform runtime for .Net, so this is less of an issue than it used to be. .Net has a more integrated development environment, as the IDE, runtime and server all come from Microsoft as a standard package, while Java is based on third-party tool and server providers. It used to be the case that the .Net development environment was clearly superior, but the difference is smaller these days. It can be argued that Java gives more flexibility, as there are more server- and IDE-providers to choose from, at the cost of some extra overhead for the developer to get the different pieces to work together. Functionality wise, there is not a lot of difference between the two, at least not when used to develop web applications. For desktop applications, .Net naturally has an edge in Windows integration. note: Oracle bought Sun Microsystems (Sun).
Asked in Computers, Java Programming
Why is Java known as platform-neutral language How is it more secure than other languages?
Java is a platform-neutral language because java programs can run on more than one operating system with only one set of code. For example, if the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 were both platform neutral, one disk would play a game on both the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Java is more secure than other programming languages because of it's use of a virtual machine on the host computer. Essentially, when you run a Java program on your computer, it runs on the JVM (Java Virtual Machine.) This JVM translates the code from the java file you downloaded into native machine code specific for your computer. Therefore, the JVM can control all aspects of how the code is executed, and is able to block any security breaches before they even reach your computer. This is much more secure than running a program directly on your computer, although there is a slight performance drop due to the fact that the Virtual Machine must run along with the java program. Yes, java is secure
Asked in Microsoft Corporation, Java Programming
What is best java or net?
Net survives because of java. Net is made up of java. Internet is a huge network which can be accessed by various users throughout the world. They can use different platforms(or operating systems) which may cause problems like a web page designed for windows may not work with Linux. Therefore to get rid of this problem java is used to design the internet which is platform independent. That is why, net and java are almost same but none is better although net has got some additional features like flash,etc. with time.