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Codemesh Releases Java-.NET Integration Technology
Codemesh Releases Java-.NET Integration Technology

(August 25, 2003) - Codemesh®, Inc., a provider of language integration solutions, has released the commercial version of JuggerNET™ for integrating Java and .NET. JuggerNET offers the only real Java-.NET integration solution: practically transparent .NET access to Java classes, trivial deployment, and extreme performance.

JuggerNET generates .NET proxy classes for any and all Java classes. .NET programmers use the proxies in .NET applications as if they were standard .NET classes. The proxy classes work so closely to how .NET classes work that programmers don't have to learn new programming languages. The .NET proxies match Java class-for-class, method-for-method, and field-for-field.

Deployment is practically as simple as copying files from one system to another because JuggerNET does not rely on outside servers. The JuggerNET runtime library completes all the Java-.NET interoperations. It works with industry-standard JVMs, so no special components are required. Put your JuggerNET application, Java classes, and the JuggerNET library together and you've got a production environment. JuggerNET enhanced applications run in a single process, so JuggerNET applications do not have to rely on network calls.

JuggerNET is available now; see www.codemesh.com for more information.

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