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Java application

A Java program that runs stand-alone in a client or server. The Java Virtual Machine interprets the instructions, and like any programming language running in its native environment, Java programs have full access to all the resources in the computer. Contrast with Java applet. See Java and servlet.
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LynuxWorks and Apogee Software today announced that Apogee's Aphelion Java Development Environment (JDE) derived from IBM's WebSphere Studio Device Developer (WSDD), and Aphelion Java Runtime Environments (JREs) comprised of Apogee's ports of IBM's J2ME-compatible WebSphere Micro Environment (WME), will be offered to LynuxWorks' customers deploying Java applications on the LynxOS real-time or BlueCat Linux operating systems.
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