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It's all gone 19.3 – for the next year at least

GraalVM 19.3 brings support for JDK 11

The long-awaited major release, GraalVM 19.3, is finally here! It is the first long-term support release (LTS) and is much anticipated by the Java community, and for good reason – support for JDK 11. There are other improvements such as updated support for JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and LLVM. Let’s take a closer look.

The latest from GraalVM

GraalVM 19.2.0: Preview the Java Flight Recorder plugin

The most recent version of GraalVM is here! 19.2.0 includes a variety of bug fixes, compatibility improvements, and some brand new developer tools. Test out the preview for the Java Flight Recorder plugin and go on a tour of the newly updated versioning roadmap. Let’s have a look under the hood and see what’s new.

Watch Oleg Šelajev's JAX DevOps 2019 session

GraalVM: Run programs faster everywhere

GraalVM can run programs faster, everywhere. Watch Oleg Šelajev show off GraalVM demos at JAX DevOps 2019 and discuss its uses, including how to use the JVM JIT compiler, run native and polyglot programs, how to compile them, and more. Find out everything that GraalVM can do for your Java ecosystem.

Interview with Thomas Wuerthinger, Senior Research Director at Oracle Labs leading the GraalVM project

“GraalVM’s ambitions are much broader than those of Nashorn”

When one door closes, another opens; Nashorn JavaScript Engine will be deprecated in September but fear not, GraalVM is here to save the day. Is it a better Nashorn though? Yes and no. “GraalVM’s ambitions are much broader than those of Nashorn,” Thomas Wuerthinger explains. Let’s dive deeper into this matter.