Java is useful for cross platform development of GUI applications, as C++ does not come with any GUI library included although there are a few cross platform GUI’s that can be used. Developing an application to be cross platform, means you are not taking advantage of all of the facilities available, and the application will not appear as polished as one written for the native environment, it does offer the advantage of file and data compatibility between the different platforms.
The biggest challenge in writing something that works on all platforms is to make it feel as close to a native application as possible, which means that keyboard shortcuts need to be different depending on the current platform. We have experts with multiple machines, so if you need a program that runs on Mac and Windows we can find someone who can do that.
Java is not just used on desktop computers, but can be used on phones, Android uses a version of Java. Although the GUI is very different than the one used on desktops, a different model is used and even the format of the instructions in the virtual machine is different.
There are 2 main ways of writing a GUI on desktop Java, which is Swing and JavaFX which is similar to developing in HTML. JavaFX applications look more modern than Swing but it has been deprecated and no longer being supported by Oracle.
Java provides a useful introduction to object orientated programming, with a simpler model than C++. The homework assignments involving object orientated programming are normally simplified from a real world problem.
If you are looking for help with any type of Java assignment, from basic code with just variables, and if statements and loops or more complicated code such as a GUI, then we have the experts for you with over a decade of experience in Java. Our experts are from all over the world, including Australia, America and Europe and we offer a 24/7 service, although the best time for new quotes is between 8AM-11PM PST.
You can rely on Programming Assignment Helper if you need someone to “do my Java homework”.