What is Java?
Java is general-purpose object oriented, class based and concurrent programming language and designed to minimize implementation dependencies as possible. This allows the application or web developers “write once, run anywhere” (WORA) that means that compiled Java code can work on all platforms that are supportable with Java without having a need for recompilation. Java made application are mainly compiled to byte-code to make them able to run on any Java Virtual Machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture. In 2015, Java is declared as the most popular programming language being used by the web and application developers. It is particularly used for client-server web applications and have over 9 million developers at present. Much of its syntax are derived from C and C++.