Java Java is platform-independent object-oriented programming language. Originally developed as 'oak' by Sun Microsystems's Green Project in 1991, Java is superficially very similar to C++, but is unique in many ways. Java interpreters have been ported to every viable computing platform in existence.
Java Bean
A Java bean is a Java class that follows specific conventions, called a component model, making it simple to connect beans (classes) together with minimum effort. Among other advantages, beans provide a bridge between Java and ActiveX.
The language used within a particular field. Computer Jargon is compiled in the definitive Jargon File
An variable-compression image format, JPeG supports true color images and lossy compression. The name comes from Joint Pictures Expert Group.