A .jar file is a Java archive (JAR) file format used for aggregating many files into one.


JavaScript (JS) is a programming language mostly used to dynamically script webpages on the client side, but it is also often utilized on the server-side, using packages such as Node.js. JavaScript should not be confused with the Java programming language. Both “Java” and “JavaScript” are trademarks or registered trademarks of Oracle in the U.S. and other countries. Read More…


Just-in-time (JIT) is a compiler that converts all of the bytecode into native machine code just as a Java program is run. This results in run-time speed improvements over code that is interpreted by a Java virtual machine


JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is a data-interchange format.  Although not a strict subset, JSON closely resembles a subset of JavaScriptsyntax. Though many programming languages support JSON, JSON is especially useful for JavaScript-based apps, including websites and browser extensions. JSON can represent numbers, booleans, strings, null, arrays (ordered sequences of values), and objects (string-value mappings) made Read More…


Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is the part of the Java Runtime Environment responsible for interpreting bytecodes.