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Java News Roundup: Project Leyden Early-Access Builds, LangChain4j, JReleaser, Groovy

July 8, 2024

Via: InfoQ

The initial set of Project Leyden early-access builds is now available for the Java community. Initially proposed in April 2020, the primary goal of Project Leyden is to “improve the startup time, time to peak performance, and footprint of Java programs.” Build 24-leyden+2-8 delivers highlights that include: a unified Cache Data Store (CDS) archive that supports multiple types of optimization artifacts; ahead-of-time compilation of Java methods; and a class loader lookup cache. This release is built on an incomplete version of JDK 24. More details on this release may be found in the release notes and this InfoQ news story.

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