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JVM vs JRE Java is a cross-platform programming language. It also adheres to the “write once, run anywhere” principle. The program written in Java can be compiled in to Java bytecode by the Java compiler. Then, the bytecode can be executed on any platform running the JRE (Java Runtime Environment). JRE includes... 
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Java vs Spring Java is one of the most popular object oriented programming languages in the world. Java is heavily used for software and web development. Spring is an open source application framework. Although it is not dependent on any programming model, Spring framework has become very popular among Java programmers.... 
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Android vs Java Java is one of the most popular object oriented programming languages in the world. Java is heavily used for software and web development. Recently, Java has become a popular language for mobile-based applications as well. Android is a mobile phone based platform developed by Google. Android... 
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JDK vs JRE JDK stands for the Java Developer Kit whereas JRE stands for the Java Runtime Environment. JRE is what is needed to run Java applications. Bundled within is an implementation of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). JDK includes JRE and many other Java application development tools. For example, the Java... 
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