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Difference between Enterprise Java vs Core Java?

I have some experience in programming in Java but wondering if someone could explain what is the difference between Enterprise Java vs corejava ?

Someone asked me a question on whether I use core-Java or Enterprise Java. Now I have to ask is there such thing as core-java?

Priyanka Makke 9 months ago
  • Biju Augustian

    Core java http://bit.ly/2KZrMvM
    Enterprise java http://bit.ly/2N0EEVa


  • Spruha Joshi

    The language derives much of its syntax from C and C++, but it has fewer low-level facilities than either of them.
    Core java: Core Java is used for developing general java application . where as Core java is having the concept of Java fundamentals,Applet,Swings,JDBC,JavaBeans.
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  • E2E Training Academy

    Java is a general purpose programming language based on the concepts of high-level object-oriented programming language and which derives most of the syntax from C and C++.
    Core Java, on the other hand, is just a part of Java used for the development of portable code for both desktop applications and server environments.
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  • Lakshya shegal

    Java is used for development of applets and applications, Core Java is mainly used to design application software for both desktop and server environments. Core Java is the most basic and the purest form of Java which set the foundation for other editions of the programming language.
    Core Java usually refers to Java SE which consists of the Java Language, the JVM and JDK (which itself contains the compiler some tools and a pretty large library). Core Java is used for general purpose programming and almost anything written in Java is based on the Core Java.
    Enterprise Java refers to Java applications written for enterprises; the leading technology here is Java EE which consists of a set of APIs (EJB, JMS, JPA, JTA, JSF etc.) and the application servers (Glassfish, Tomcat, JBoss/WildFly etc.) which implement these APIs (or a part of them). But Enterprise Java is not strictly restricted to Java EE; someone using Spring Framework for example is still an Enterprise Java programmer.
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  • Pallavi Patil

    Core Java is used for general purpose programming and almost anything written in Java is based on the Core Java. Enterprise Java refers to Java applications written for enterprises; the leading technology here is Java EE which consists of a set of APIs (EJB, JMS, JPA, JTA, JSF etc.)
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  • Bud Sutton

    Check out this link https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/202675/what-is-the-difference-between-enterprise-java-vs-core-java


  • Chakri B

    Core java is used to create standalone applications.
    Enterprise java is used to create web applicatios .


  • Priyanka Sharma
    Terminology of Core Java & Enterprise Java Is 

    core Java originally refer to JAVA standard edition and Enterprise Java refers to J2EE / Java EE (Java Enterprise Edition)
    So the JAVA standard edition is Basic of Java & Java Enterprise Edition is for developing Web Applications


  • Vinket Baleshwar

    @priyankasharma will you please elaborate more this term “java EE” like what’s additional updates in Enterprise Edition.


  • Priyanka Sharma

    @vinket "J2EE" (or just "JEE" now) is Java Enterprise Edition, which consists of core Java with a powerful set of libraries. These libraries are mostly useful if the applications you're developing have to be multi-tiered, fault-tolerant and/or distributed, running on application servers.

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  • Ankit Singh

    "Java" is both the name of the item arranged programming language and a compartment term for "everything Java". The vast majority signify "center Java" or "JSE" (Java Standard Edition) when they state "Java".
    "J2EE" (or just "JEE" presently) is Java Enterprise Edition, which comprises of center Java with a ground-breaking set of libraries. These libraries are for the most part valuable if the applications you're creating must be multi-layered, deficiency tolerant or potentially circulated, running on application servers. I recommend you that you can go KVCH institute for gain higher knowledge.


  • Neha Singh

    @Ankitsingh You are right, KVCH is best institute for gain deeply knowledge in java because I have also studied from KVCH institute. J2EE is a lot of determinations which focuses on the endeavor advancements like JMS, WS, Servlets, JSP, EJB's and so forth. A large portion of these determinations are executed utilizing Java. Utilizing J2EE innovation stack you can compose complex business application.
    Java is OOP language. Utilizing java you can compose independent direction line programs. At the point when joined with tooling libs like Swing you can assemble GUI based work area application.


  • Navdeep Saini

    Core Java is used for general purpose programming and almost anything written in Java is based on the Core Java. Enterprise Java refers to Java applications written for enterprises; the leading technology here is Java EE which consists of a set of APIs (EJB, JMS, JPA, JTA, JSF etc.)


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