We have talked about Java 12 features in a previous post and today we are going to have a look at how to Migrate from Java 8 to Java 12.
According to "JVM Ecosystem Report 2018" the most widely (79 %) used JVM version as of now is Java 8. Eventhough Java 9 was released in 2017 and to this date 3 more versions of Java has been released making the latest version of Java 12, many enterprises and business are still reluctant to migrate. This is understandable because with introduction of the Java 9 encapsulation of internal APIs and removal of tools.jar and rt.jar, Developers, Management feared that migration would affectively break what they already have.
This post is intended to address that concern enable Migrating to the latest version of Java 12 from Java 8. Migrating to latest version will result in added features, increased performance and operational cost reduction. Following steps can be used as guidelines when doing the migration:
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