JNBridgePro 10 Supports .NET Core 3.0
10 supports the brand-new .NET Core 3.0, finally enabling Java-.NET Core
interoperability. Now interoperability complexities are a thing of the
past for all users of Windows, Linux and soon, macOS.
JNBridgePro 10 follows the company’s long history of enabling developers
to connect anything Java together with anything .NET, where .NET meant
the original .NET Framework. With this release, .NET includes both .NET
Framework (viewed by some as becoming legacy) and .NET Core (the future
of .NET implementations). Now, JNBridgePro 10 emerges as the only
bridging solution that enables seamless and cost-effective
interoperability across all — new and legacy — so developers can focus
on innovating. In addition to support for .NET Core 3.0, JNBridgePro 10
also supports the new Visual Studio 2019, which was released on April 2.
our mission to provide tools that track continuing evolution of the .NET
and Java platforms,” said Wayne Citrin, CTO, JNBridge. “We’ve always
been interested in .NET Core and the ability to develop cross-platform
solutions that run equally well on Windows, Linux and macOS. .NET Core
3.0 is now a mature platform with sufficient features to support
JNBridgePro. With JNBridgePro 10, we deliver a solution that helps
developers on the front lines of innovation continue to be productive
without worrying about cross-platform interoperability.”
JNBridgePro makes it easy for developers to connect anything Java
together with anything .NET. It provides full access to the entire API
from the other side, whether or not it is service-enabled. It exposes
any Java and .NET binary, enabling code reuse without touching the
original source code. JNBridgePro is architecture-agnostic: It easily
scales from in-process to cross-network, on premises or in the cloud.
JNBridgePro 10 is now available.