Development of Java applications

Java is one of the most widespread programming languages around the globe, which runs at 4+ billion devices, according to Oracle. From enterprise applications to mobile apps for Android, this object-oriented programming (OOP) language provides a wide variety of tools to enable quick development and seamless customer experience. Due to being class-based and built to have the least required number of implementation dependencies, Java code can run on any platform able to support it, without the need for recompilation.

This means that web and mobile apps developed in Java can be easily updated to meet the changing customer expectations and market demand. Due to being a well-polished and powerful language with a robust array of libraries, frameworks, and experience-based capabilities, Java ensures high performance, whether in desktop, web, mobile software, enterprise products, or microservice-based architecture.

Main benefits of Java development

Java software runs inside of a Virtual Machine, which transforms the Java bytecode into native commands. Due to such an approach, Java applets run the same on any combination of hardware and operating system, ensuring equally good performance and decreasing the development complexity.

  • Cross-platform flexibility. Due to being portable by design, Java is one of the best choices for cross-platform software development.
  • Scalability. As every Java applet runs in a separate VM, such systems can easily scale up and down using microservice architecture. This ensures high performance under a heavy workload and optimal resource usage for cost-efficiency.
  • Multithreading. Due to supporting multithreading, Java apps can perform multiple tasks at once, providing a positive, interactive, and rich customer experience.

Spintech leveraged our ample Java software development expertise to help develop a modern eLearning platform with robust features, which helped increase adaptation productivity by 40% and decrease classroom-time, travel, and unused subscription expenses by 50%.