Today, Google announced that the Google App Engine will support Java. This is great news for every Java developer who wants to experiment with the cloud. At the moment Google grants an “early look” to only a few (10,000) developers that sign up early. Everybody else can code, test, debug und run Java-based applications using the SDK locally but won’t be able to upload the application until this service is available for everybody.
At the same time the Google Plug-in for Eclipse has been announced, too. Together with the 1.6 release of GWT there’s much to explore and a long and eagerly awaited feature comes true.
This is by far better than the fake of a Google App Engine for Fortran.
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