JNBridgePro is a provider of interoperability tools to connect Java and .NET frameworks… the company’s mission has always been to enable developers to connect anything Java together with anything .NET.
This month sees the company proffer forth JNBridgePro 10.
This tenth iteration release is the first to support the brand-new .NET Core 3.0… and so will bring and enable Java-to-.NET Core interoperability.
The hope is that interoperability complexities [for developers and ultimately users] could be a thing of the past for all users of Windows, Linux and soon, macOS.
As Visual Studio magazine has reminded us, .NET Core is an open source, modular, high-performance implementation of .NET for creating Windows, Linux and Mac apps and aims to improve upon the ageing .NET Framework that’s tightly coupled to Windows.
In addition to support for .NET Core 3.0, JNBridgePro 10 also supports the new Visual Studio 2019, which was released at the start of April 2019.
“It’s our mission to provide tools that track continuing evolution of the .NET and Java platforms,” said Wayne Citrin, CTO, JNBridge. “We’ve always been interested in .NET Core and the ability to develop cross-platform solutions that run equally well on Windows, Linux and macOS. .NET Core 3.0 is now a mature platform with sufficient features to support JNBridgePro. With JNBridgePro 10, we deliver a solution that helps developers on the front lines of innovation continue to be productive without worrying about cross-platform interoperability.”
JNBridgePro provides full access to the entire .NET and Java API from the other side, whether or not it is service-enabled.
It exposes any Java and .NET binary, enabling code reuse without touching the original source code. It is also architecture-agnostic and so scales from in-process to cross-network, on premises or in the cloud.