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Includes product listings for development tools for Java and Linux, including Integrated Development Environments, Compilers, and Virtual Machines. Also listed are third party products including JDBC drivers, Databases, Productivity Tools, Development Kits, and other end user applications.
Nothing in life is completely secure; Java is no exception. Several specific security problems have been discovered and fixed since Java was first released. If you're using an up-to-date Web browser, you are usually safe against the known attacks. However, nobody is safe against attacks that haven't been discovered yet. There are two classes of security problems: nuisances and security breaches. A nuisance attack merely prevents you from getting your work done - for example it may cause your computer to crash. Security breaches are more serious: your files could be deleted, your private data could be read, or a virus could infect your machine.
"JDBC technology is an API that lets you access virtually any tabular data source from the Java programming language. It provides cross-DBMS connectivity to a wide range of SQL databases, and now, with the new JDBC API, it also provides access to other tabular data sources, such as spreadsheets or flat files."
"MIDlet stands for a Mobile Information Device Application. The latest breed of mobile phones uses a reduced version of Java called Java 2 Microedition. This version of Java has been specifically adapted for mobile information devices (MIDs), including as mobile phones under the MID Profile. "
"NetBeans is an open source IDE written in the JavaTM programming language; a tools platform into which other tools and functionality can be seamlessly integrated by writing and incorporating modules; and an application core which can be used as a generic framework to build any kind of application."
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