Comparative analysis of Java vs .NET

A little about Java…

Java is basically a platform or a suite of programs that assists in developing and running programs written in java programming language. It provides a system for developing application software and deploying it in a cross platform computing environment. It is used in a variety of computing platforms, starting from embedded devices, mobile phones to enterprise servers.

A little about .NET…

.NET platform is basically a newer way to program on the Windows platform. It is fully object oriented and allows several languages to be utilised such as VB.NET, C++, C# etc. It provides the base services needed to interact with operating systems.

 

Pros and Cons of Java

Pros Cons
Simple Performance
Object-Oriented Look and Feel
Platform Independent Single Paradigm Language
Distributed
Secure
Allocation
Multithreading

 

Pros and Cons of .NET

Pros Cons
Object Oriented Limited Object Relational Support
Caching Slower than Native Code
Easy Maintenance Vendor Lock-in
Time Saving Expensive
Simplicity
Feature Rich
Consistency
Monitoring

 

Comparative Analysis Java & .NET

Feature Java .NET
Programming Languages Java, Clojure, Groovy, Scala, PHP, Ruby, Python, JavaScript & more C#, VB.NET, C++, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Python & more
OS Multiple Windows
Runtime JVM CLR
Server Components EJBs .NET, COM + Serviced
GUI Components Java Beans .NET Class
Web Services Support Add-on Built-in
Unit Testing JUnit Microsoft Unit Testing Framework, NUnit
Web Application Framework Spring ASP.NET MVC, Spring .NET
Web Server Scripting JSF ASP.NET
Data Access JDBC ADO.NET / oLeDB
HTTP Engine Application Servers from Multiple Vendors IIS
Remoting RMI-over-IIOP SOAP, HTTP, DCOM

 

Conclusion

Both languages are built with the intention of simplifying the development of apps. You need to make a fair choice between them depending upon your needs.

In case you are looking at an enterprise level application which has portability and is platform independence drawing high number of users, then might want to choose Java.

On the other hand, if you are looking at developing web services, highly secure applications which would be feature packed with a rich GUI. You might want to choose .NET.

Be wise… Be decisive…

 

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