The company Smardec, a creator of software oriented to the needs of the programmers working with Java technology has released a new version of integrated solutions, combining convenience and flexibility of Java platform with the depth and functionality of native code. And the major advantage is that whereas to study JNI technology may take months of precious time, with J2Native a developer can create the necessary code almost immediately. This is possible due to well-organized and thought-out API, clear and complete Java docs and highly skilled and 24h available support team as well.
The list of major innovations includes:
1. Iterate indexes. Now when working with arrays of native data there is no necessity to create a new index, it will be sufficient to indicate an element index in the array to get it.
2. New zero terminated string handling mechanism implemented.
3. Native memory handling algorithms were improved to avoid potential memory leaks.
4. All found bugs have been fixed. Thanks to the increasing expansion of J2Native and the number of people using it, valuable feedback has been received. A great deal of bugs were found and corrected and now it is possible to say with confidence that the software is free of bugs.
The new J2Native version works not only under Windows operating systems but under Linux and Solaris as well.
During the time of creation of 2.0 version, there were received many letters with a suggestion to use J2Native in educational programs of different kind and for non-commercial use. Each time considering such suggestions Smardec made some improvements realizing the importance of education for development and improvement of the software in particular and for scientific and technological progress in general. And now Smardec announces that with 2.0 version J2Native library can be used in non-commercial purposes absolutely free of charge.
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