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Android N to replace Oracle’s Java API’s with open source


Google is working on the next iteration of its mobile operating system, Android N, which is expected to bring split-screen multitasking feature to the platform. But that is not just the new features that will make headlines. Google has confirmed that it will drop support for Oracle’s Java APIs in Android N and replace it with OpenJDK (java development kit), VentureBeat reports. First suspicions about the move emerged when bits of OpenJDK code surfaced and Google later confirmed to the publication that it will indeed move away from implementing Oracle’s Java API and will solely rely on OpenJDK. “As an open-source platform, Android is built upon the collaboration of the open-source community. In our upcoming release of Android

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