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Australia : Anahata welcomes Oracle's move to port OpenJDK to mobile platforms.

A major Melbourne Software Development Company, Anahata Technologies views Oracle supported mobile JDK as an amazing solution to fulfill the growing demands of their customers for java applications.

Oracle has just announced plans for a new OpenJDK project that will focus on porting OpenJDK to renowned mobile platforms like Android, iOS and Windows Mobiles.

This project is an effort to bring new life to mobile Java applications and will help users effectively use Java applications on modern mobile platforms.

Based on OpenJDK9 platform, this mobile project will provide support for iOS x64/arm64, Android x86/arm and Windows 10 x64 Surface Pro.

A Consulting Engineer at Oracle and member of the JDK project, Bob Vandette made the proposal in the OpenJDK mailing list.

Anahata Technologies is a reputed software developer in Melbourne that is known among the clients for providing outstanding development services.

Speaking on the benefits of this project and their related services, one of the representatives of the company said, "It is really a good move by Oracle to port OpenJDK to mobile platforms. This will help us in fulfilling the needs of our customers who seek Java applications for their Androids, iPhones or Windows mobiles. Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd specializes in using free and open source technology to deliver software solutions. This means that in most cases, the technology used to deliver the solution is free of licensing fees. Anahata is a Certified Oracle Gold Partner and our engineers have a high level of expertise and Oracle certifications in Java, JavaFX and Java EE."

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