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Ideally located off Central Park at New York City's porch Upper West Side neighborhood, the Excelsior hotel is the place to stay when visiting the Big Apple.
Still, it is good enough for the less demanding usage scenarios and had a few paying customers, but only a few.
We have therefore decided to cease sales of Excelsior JET, Standard Edition effective today, August 31, 2016.
If you don’t, Norton Commander was a file manager for MS-DOS that worked in text mode.
To the less computer-savvy people, Norton Commander was the operating system back then — they were literally unable to use a PC without it.
It therefore comes as no surprise that it was a Russian developer Eugene Roshal who created a Norton Commander clone for Windows.
Globally Eugene is primarily recognized for the creation of the RAR archive format and the Win RAR archiver.
Eclipse RCP remains the only application type that the plugins do not support yet. The first-ever release of Excelsior JET for Linux/ARM is rapidly approaching the end of what we informally call a “release period”, or RP for short.
Categories: Embedded, Excelsior JET Tags: ARM, compatibility, desktop, performance Back in early 2015, Oracle infamously removed Java FX from its ARM JDK bundle and Java SE Embedded.
So we were pleasantly surprised to see Excelsior JET Embedded for Linux/ARM to pass our Java FX tests.
So do extensive testing on you target device before committing to either technology.
Categories: Embedded, Excelsior JET Tags: embedded, javafx Our very own Nikita Lipsky, one of the “fathers” of the Excelsior JET project, was at the Java Zone conference in Oslo last week to give a talk about Java AOT compilation.
Roughly speaking, it is the period between the feature freeze and general availability dates of a new product version.