Heads up on Light-Weight JSON API (JEP 198)

The Light-Weight JSON API has been dropped from the OpenJDK release 9. Check out this announcement by Mark Reinhold on the jdk9-dev mailing list

Previously, there were some questions raised on the JSON-P 1.1 (JSR 374 for Java EE 8) API and how it will correlate/co-exist to/with the JSON API in OpenJDK (which of course would have made its way into Java SE 9). But I guess that closed for now!

Check out the excerpts of the discussion here on the Java EE 8 EG mailing list

Cheers. . . !

About Abhishek

Currently working as a Senior Product Manager in the Oracle Cloud Application Development team with a focus on Oracle Cloud PaaS portfolio. When not hovering in the clouds, I stay grounded with Java EE
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