The Java Virtual Machine and Compilers Explained
JAVA LANGUAGE INTERVIEW QUESTION AND ANSWERS | WHAT IS THE JAVA API? | JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE (JVM)
JVM as the universal Language runtime @ OSDC.TW 2012 by Sunny Chan (閃電秀)
JVM ANOOPSHAHR NATIONAL ANTHEM ON 6TH MAY 2013, 10:00 AM
Announcing the First Release of the Jumi Test Runner for the JVM
Java Tutorial - JVM verbose GC analysis
Why Clojure is Bad
Java Interview Question and Answers Difference between java compiler and java virtual machine
Java Programming Tutorial 57| Drop Down List Program
QCon New York 2014 Java Innovations - The Latest Trends in Java Technology
iDoctor Collection Services Investigator JVM graphs
Java virtual machine
How To Fix "Java Could Not Create Java Virtual Machine" + Java 6 Download Link
Java Programming Tutorial 61| Moving List Items Program
What is Java Virtual Machine And Java API Java Interview Question And Answer
Java Programming Tutorial 69| Exception Handling
Java Programming Tutorial 65| Adapter Classes
Clojure/ClojureScript: One Language to Rule the Web
JAVA LANGUAGE INTERVIEW QUESTION AND ANSWERS | WHAT IS JAVA?
Java Programming Tutorial 71| Drawing Graphics
Java Programming Tutorial 14 | for Loops
Java Programming Tutorial 56| JComboBox
Java Programming Tutorial 68 |Reading data from Files
Java Programming Tutorial 70| Flow Layout
Java Programming Tutorial 48| Class to Hold Objects
Java Programming Tutorial 67| How to Writing to Files
Java Programming Tutorial 47 |Abstract and Concrete Class
Java Programming Tutorial 45 |Intoduction to Polymorphism
Java Programming Tutorial 49| Array Holding Many Objects
Java Programming Tutorial 13 | Simple Averaging Program
Java Programming Tutorial 53| The Final Check Box Program
Java Programming Tutorial - 1 - Installing the JDK
Java Programming Tutorial 62 | Mouse Events
Java Programming Tutorial 52 | JCheckBox
Java Programming Tutorial 50 | JButton
Java Programming Tutorial 10 | Nested if Statements
Java Programming Tutorial 54 | JRadioButton
Java Programming Tutorial 72 | JColorChooser
JVM presentation in human form part1
Java Programming Tutorial 73| Drawing More Stuff
Java Programming Tutorial 66|How to Creating Files
Java Programming Tutorial 46| Polymorphic Arguements
Java Programming Tutorial 58 |JList
Java Programming Tutorial 2 |How to Running a Java Program
Java Programming Tutorial 8 | Increment Operators
Java Programming Tutorial 64| MouseMotionListener interface
Java Programming Tutorial 5 | Variables
Java tutorial 3 |How to Downloading Eclipse
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
list of JVM Languages comprises computer programming languages that are used to produce software that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Some of these languages are interpreted by a Java program, and some are compiled to Java bytecode and JIT-compiled during execution as regular Java programs to improve performance.
JVM was initially designed to support only the Java programming language. However, as time passed, ever more languages were adapted or designed to run on the Java platform.
High-profile languages [ edit ]
Apart from the
Java language itself, the most common or well-known JVM languages are:
JVM languages [ edit ]
JVM implementations of existing languages [ edit ]
New languages with JVM implementations [ edit ]
Ateji PX, an extension of Java for easy parallel programming on multicore, GPU, Grid and Cloud. [5 ]
BBj, an object-oriented language for business applications
BeanShell, a scripting language whose syntax is close to Java.
Ceylon, a Java competitor from Red Hat
CFML, a scripting language compiled to Java, used on the ColdFusion or Railo application servers
CAL, a Haskell-inspired functional language.
E language has an implementation on the JVM.
Fortress, a language designed by Sun as a successor to Fortran, mainly for parallel scientific computing. Product development was taken over by Oracle when Sun was purchased. Oracle then stopped development in 2012 according to Dr. Dobb's.
Frege, a non-strict, pure functional programming language in the spirit of Haskell. [7 ]
Frink, a language that tracks units of measure through calculations.
Golo, a dynamically-typed language from INSA Lyon.
Gosu, an extensible type-system language compiled to Java bytecode.
Ioke, a prototype-based language somewhat reminiscent of Io, with similarities to Ruby, Lisp and Smalltalk.
Join Java, a language that extends Java with the join semantics of the join-calculus.
Kotlin, a statically-typed language from JetBrains, the developers of IntelliJ IDEA.
Mirah, a customizable language featuring type inference and a highly Ruby-inspired syntax. [8 ] [9 ]
NetLogo, a multi-agent language.
Noop, a language built with testability as a major focus.
Pizza, a superset of Java with function pointers and algebraic data types.
Processing, a visualization and animation language and framework based on Java with a Java-like syntax.
X10, a language designed by IBM, featuring constrained types and a focus on concurrency and distribution.
Xtend, an object-oriented, functional, and imperative programming language built by the Eclipse foundation, featuring very tight Java interoperability, with a focus on extension methods and lambdas, and rich tooling
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]