ORACLE JAVA PLUGIN


February 20, 2017

Good Riddance to Oracle’s Java Plugin — Krebs on Security

Feb 2, 2016 Good news: Oracle says the next major version of its Java software will no longer plug directly into the user’s Web browser. This long overdue
Source: krebsonsecurity.com

Oracle’s finally killing its terrible Java browser plugin

Oracle is taking the final step to rid the web of its terrible Java browser plugin. While the plugin started off life back in the ’90s as an innocent way to bring app-like features to browsers, in…
Source: www.theverge.com

Oracle’s Java plug-in move no surprise, but is JavaWS the answer?

Applets may no longer be in vogue, but opinions vary whether Oracle’s Java Web Start is a viable alternative
Source: www.infoworld.com

It’s the end of the line for Oracle’s Java browser plug-in

Oracle will retire the Java browser plug-in to keep up with the trend of more streamlined, plug-in-free browsers.
Source: searchenterprisedesktop.techtarget.com

Using the Oracle Java ME SDK Software with Eclipse

Installing the Oracle Java ME SDK Eclipse Plugin. The Oracle Java ME SDK Plugins are the same for both the Indigo 3.7 and Juno 4.2 platforms. To download
Source: docs.oracle.com

Oracle deprecates the Java browser plugin, prepares for its demise

It will be removed some time after the release of Java 9.
Source: arstechnica.com

Oracle Dropping Java Browser Plug-In in JDK 9

Citing security and market forces as primary factors, Oracle said it will drop support for the Java browser plug-in in JDK 9.
Source: www.eweek.com

Oracle to Deprecate Java Browser Plugin in 2017

Oracle has announced that it will deprecate the Java browser plugin as part of the JDK 9 release now expected in 2017. The deprecated technology will be completely removed from the Oracle Java Development Kit (JDK) and Java Runtime Environment (JRE) in a future Java release, but Oracle is yet to indicate which one.
Source: www.infoq.com

Oracle will soon lay the Java browser plug-in to rest

RIP Java plug-in.
Source: www.engadget.com

How to Enable Oracle Java in Your Web Browsers on Ubuntu Linux

This document covers enabling 32-bit and 64-bit Oracle Java browser plugin in 32-bit Ubuntu Linux and 64-bit Ubuntu Linux. For the two most popular web browsers for Ubuntu Linux at this time, which are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox….
Source: www.wikihow.com