Just don't expose it to the internet. Let it perform its tasks and export just the generated data afterwards.
I think no one here was talking about applets, of course they're dead
Thanks for your reply, I was not thinking on that. And why they add support to make an installer like that in NetBeans? It bundles the java runtime plus your application, you must do that for each platform. They think that you will always pack the application with the latest java?
I get it, so you say that I better don't expose it to internet directly, so how for example I can do a secure connection (I'm a student, never worked in a company, so your explications are really good for me). Or I must just process the data and then use another tool to connect to internet?I tested a java application with OpenJVM under Ubuntu and it didn't work well, so I prefer to use the Oracle's one: it should run the same jar in each platform the same. I did't test the other brands.
maybe I do a little write up about this. Although it is not directly related to Laz/FPC.All steps together can be done in a weekend without previous knowledge... and it is fun Especially combined with some friend(s) to whom you give a white hat hacking distribution.Lean back, log, and have fun!Anyway, back on-topic: I was surprised that the JVM on my RPi3 performed so well against native arm code!Try and run the examples - including the pascal ppcjvm one - in this post on a Raspberry Pi 3....
sorry for the off topic question, butplease what endianness is rpi3 and does Lazarus 1.6 / FPC 3.0 work on it?
Huh? With the security history of Java?
I was expecting Java to be significantly slower than FP.
Quote from: Thaddy on December 05, 2016, 05:50:56 pmHuh? With the security history of Java?I always find that statement funny.
Quote from: Jay on December 05, 2016, 01:27:29 pmI was expecting Java to be significantly slower than FP.Why? There are tons of permances tests done before where Java smokes many other languages in raw number crunching.