Java 7 is the first major release of Java in half a decade, but even so it's more of a stage-setter than a real blockbuster.
Written by Joe Pluta
After a decade of pretty regular bi-annual major releases, Java went into a lull from 2006 on. The Java 6 release, known as Mustang, saw a number of incremental releases, but even those slowed this year. The last few releases mostly consisted of the ubiquitous "improved performance and stability" and an update to the Tunisian time zones. And no, I'm not kidding about that! A significant portion of the releases to Java in the past year or so have been time zone updates. The biggest change other than time zones came in the latest update, number 27: Firefox 5 is now a certified browser version.
Empower business users to easily update the look-and-feel of any form.
Written by ACOM Solutions, Inc.
EZeDocs/400 is a document output system that intelligently merges data from your current applications, such as accounting and ERP systems, with your own form designs to deliver laser-quality invoices, purchase orders, reports, forms, and other business documents directly to a laser printer, fax output, or secure email.