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Do you need to use .NET libraries in Java code?

Lukasz Ladynski
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Joined: Apr 28, 2013
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The simplest JAVA to .NET bridge ever!

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SAMPLES - see it yourself!
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How to use Random in .NET?


How to use .NET Random via javOnet in JAVA?


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GETTING STARTED
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STEP 1
Add javonet.jar reference to your project

STEP 2
Copy any .NET dll to your project or use any from GAC

STEP 3
javOnet.AddReference("your_lib.dll");
and start using your code!

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ABOUT JAVONET
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javOnet was created by highly skilled and experienced .NET and Java developers to simplify common interoperability issues.

As we are just like you, everyday coders and sophisticated issues solvers, we had enough insight to create a solution fulfilling developers most desired requirements.


Our aim was to create easy to use, instant tool that will not require long and hard to understand configuration. We know that you need to start your work immediately, that is why you can set up javOnet in less than 5 seconds (we have meassured that) :-)

Beginner or experienced developer?

Doesn't matter! All of us have been Beginners one day and we remember that! javOnet is easy to use for either beginners and advanced coders.

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HOW IT WORKS?
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javOnet is a mechanism that bridges your JAVA application with .NET code.

.NET code is accessible from your JAVA application through our robust reflection-style fluent API delivered in javOnet JAR. Using our methods you can interact with any .NET object like using reflection.

Under the hood javOnet creates .NET process for your JAVA application and translates your operations on javOnet API directly to operations done in CLR .NET process.

javOnet covers full interprocess communication with native performance, creation and lifecycle management of .NET process and callback support for listening .NET events from JAVA.

Please check the diagram on the right to see how our solution works for you!

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TUTORIALS
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http://www.javonet.com/tutorials/

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AVAILABLE LICENCES
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WEBSITE
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http://www.javonet.com




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