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Top 5 Facts to Prefer Java Language in Web Application Development Projects

As you already know, Java is one of the best programming languages created ever. For this reason, many developers around the world are so much passion to work as a Java developer.


There are many benefits for preferring Java for web application development projects. In this blog, let’s discuss those reasons why you should choose Java for web application development. More than 3 million devices run on Java and most of the web development companies use Java for their functions. That being said, Java is worthwhile to consider for your web app development. It is extremely beneficial for your business


Multi-Threading: Java web applications can manage their use by various users at the same time. The language achieves this by creating several threads for the different users within the program instead of creating a different copy of programming.


Memory Management: In this language, the objects are live and they are known as "heap". In fact, a heap is created when an application begins working and it enhances or deducts on its own. The objects are no longer in use are automatically deleted to make space for new objects.


Cross-Platform: It is the best tool for web developers because once the codes are written in Java, they can be used across various platforms. However, there is no need for a different code for a new platform. this feature is known as portability. As well as, it is a cross-platform language which will run on all kind of platforms with the help of JVM.


Rich set of APIs: Java programming language provides API for I/O, networking, XML parsing, database collection, etc. Open-source libraries such as Apache POI, Apache Commons, Jackson, Google Guava, etc


Real-Time Applications of Java: Java is used in real-time applications, For example, it is used in many popular websites such as eBay.com, Amazon.com, LinkedIn.com, and Facebook.com. Also, it is best for developing any kind of enterprise web application in any industries such as finance, manufacturing and healthcare industry.