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Liberica JDK offers native Java builds for Apple Silicon M1

Liberica JDK offers native Java builds for Apple Silicon M1

  • Aleksei Voitylov
  • Announcements
Starting with the January release, Liberica JDK now runs natively on Macs powered by the first processor of Apple’s design specifically for Macintosh computers, M1. This feature applies to both LTS’s (8, 11) and the...
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BellSoft’s 2020 in numbers

BellSoft’s 2020 in numbers

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
Many would agree that 2020 was a challenging year for the global communities. We at BellSoft welcome the challenge; it’s our second nature! It turns out, last year was a big one for us. Compared...
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BellSoft releases Liberica Native Image Kit

BellSoft releases Liberica Native Image Kit

  • Peter Zhelezniakov
  • Announcements
Liberica Native Image Kit (Liberica NIK) is a utility that converts your JVM-based application into a fully AOT compiled native executable under the closed-world assumption with an almost instant startup time. It is based on...
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TeXnical Writing Part 3: Syntax

TeXnical Writing Part 3: Syntax

  • Dave Jarvis
  • Announcements
Welcome to the third part of developing a Liberica JDK-based application for real-time conversion of mathematical formulas from Markdown to HTML. In the previous part we developed a plain Markdown editor and preview panel; in...
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JDK Flight Recorder, The Programmatic Way

JDK Flight Recorder, The Programmatic Way

  • Alexey Ragozin
  • Announcements
JDK Flight Recorder (JFR) is a powerful diagnostic tool built into OpenJDK. In previous posts, I was focusing on using JFR together with JDK Mission Control, a visual front end. Besides out of box integration...
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Liberica 8u282, 11.0.10, and 15.0.2 are here

Liberica 8u282, 11.0.10, and 15.0.2 are here

  • Aleksei Voitylov
  • Announcements
Liberica JDK now runs natively on M1-powered Apple products. This feature applies to both LTS's (8, 11) and the current Liberica JDK 15. Given that in July 2020 we added AArch64 support for LibericaFX to...
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