Java JDK 9 Finally Reaches General Availability
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 22 September 2017 at 06:13 AM EDT. 27 Comments
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Java 9 (JDK 9) has finally reached general availability! Following setbacks, Java 9 is officially available as well as Java EE 8.

This is the first big Java update in more than three years and rolls out the Project Jigsaw module system as its headline new feature. Java JDK 9 also has JShell as a Java coding shell, experimental AOT compilation support, improvements to process API handling, HTTP 2.0 support, documentation improvements, and other enhancements over JDK8.

More details on JDK 9 can be found via OpenJDK.Java.net.
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