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Why should Java and .NET integrate?

Why should Java and .NET integrate?: Java Integration with .NET Framework
Why should Java and .NET integrate?: Java Integration with .NET Framework

Reynald discusses the purpose and significance of integrating Java & .NET. He provides an example of a company with Java developers providing prepaid cards. If they want to use a plastic card printer which only has a .NET SDK, they’ll be forced to write a lot extra code to use that SDK natively from Java. However, using Javonet allows them to work natively without doing any extra coding to access and use that .NET SDK like it was regular Java package. He also discusses the two types of audiences benefiting from this type of integration.

Skill Level Intermediate
2h 39m
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Developer Programming Languages .NET Java

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