RequirementsMicrosoft Windows (All Versions)
Date addedOct 17, 2018
Java Development Kit is your official development kit to the Java programming language. Java Development Kit includes the tools and software you have to compile, debug, and run applets and applications written using the Java programming language.
JDK includes a selection of programming tools, such as javac, jar, and the archiver, which packs related class libraries into a single JAR file. This tool can help handle JAR files, javadoc - the documentation generator, which creates documentation from source code comments, jdb - the debugger, jps - the procedure management instrument, which shows process information for present Java procedures, javap - the class file disassembler, and other elements will also be included.
- Development Tools (From the bin/ subdirectory) Tools and utilities that can allow you to develop, implement, debug, and document programs written in the JavaTM programming language.
- Runtime Environment (In the jre/ subdirectory) An implementation of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to be used by the JDK. The JRE contains a Java Virtual Machine (JVM), class libraries, and other documents that support the execution of applications written in the Java programming language.
- Demo Applets and Applications (From the demonstration/ subdirectory) Examples, with source code, of programming for your Javaplatform.
- Sample Code (From the sample subdirectory) Samples, with source code, of programming for specific Java API's.
- C header Documents (From the include/ subdirectory) Header files which support native-code programming with the Java Native Interface, the JVM Tool Interface, along with other performance of the Java platform. * and a few org. * bundles, but not for com.sun. * bundles). This source code is supplied for informational purposes only, to help developers understand and use the Java programming language. These documents don't contain platform-specific implementation code and can't be used to reconstruct the class libraries. To extract the file, use some frequent zip utility. Or, you might utilize the Jar utility from the JDK's bin/ directory: jar xvf src.zip.
The JDK also Includes an entire Java Runtime Environment. This is made up of a Java Virtual Machine and all the class libraries within the manufacturing environment, in addition to other libraries, internationalization libraries as well as also the IDL libraries.
- Oracle JDK Migration Guide has been updated for JDK 11 with a description of the major differences between the JDK 10 and JDK 11 releases as well as guidance on how you can migrate from JDK 8 to later JDK releases.
- JDK HTTP Client can be used to request HTTP resources over the network. It supports HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2, both synchronous and asynchronous programming models, handles request and response bodies as reactive-streams, and follows the familiar builder pattern.
- An implementation of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 has been included in this release. See Java Secure Socket Extension (JSSE) Reference Guide.
- Local-variable syntax for lambda parameters enables you to declare formal parameters of implicitly typed lambda expressions with the var identifier. See Local-Variable Type Inference.
- You can run a program supplied as a single file of Java source code, including usage from within a script by means of "shebang" files and related techniques. See the java command.
- The Unicode 10.0.0 standard is supported, which includes 16,018 characters and 10 scripts that were introduced since Unicode 8.0.
- The deployment stack, required for Applets and Web Start Applications has been removed. This includes the Java Control Panel used for configuring the deployment technologies, the shared system JRE (but not the server JRE), and the JRE Auto Update mechanism.
Java Development Kit 64-bit 11
Released : Sep 28, 2018