Java is a general-purpose, concurrent, class-based, object-oriented programming language specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It lets application developers 'write once, run anywhere' (WORA), meaning that coders can write a single application and compile it on many platforms without rewriting it. These targeted applications include enterprise software systems, applets, browser plugins, J2ME apps, and other applications that have already driven the popularity of Java technology on the server and the embedded platform.
The new GitHub Package Registry offers a free and unlimited hosting solution, making it even easier to share and use packages as dependencies. The GitHub Package Registry stores your packages as Git repositories, giving you complete control over their contents. Use the best version of the package, even if it's not the latest. And if you need to use a private package that isn't publicly available, you can easily adopt — or 'steal' — someone else's public package and give credit if appropriate. Open source software and ideas thrive on collaboration and sharing — we're excited to bring new flexibility and possibilities to how open source software is built and
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