Google adds Java support to App Engine
Most popular request from users of developer toolkit
Google has announced Java support for its App Engine developer toolkit.
The App Engine platform lets developers build and host web applications on Google’s infrastructure. It now supports a number of Java standards, including the Java Servlet API, Java Data Objects, Java Persistence API, javax.cache and javax.mail.
“When App Engine launched publicly, we were excited to see that Java language support was the first and the most popular request filed in the Issue Tracker,” App Engine software engineers Don Schwarz and Toby Reyelts noted in a blog post.
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