Java is an object-oriented, secure, class-based, general-purpose programming language. By design, it has fewer implementation dependencies. Java serves as a computer platform for the creation of apps. Due to its speed and dependability, it is used to create programs for a variety of gadgets, including laptops, gaming consoles, and supercomputers.
In 1989, Java was first introduced as Oak. The language was renamed Java in 1995, nevertheless, after the Indonesian Java coffee. Its original functions were improved to make it more in line with World Wide Web (WWW) advancements.
Oracle Corporation bought Sun Microsystems, the creator of Java, in 2009. Because of this transaction, Oracle now had the legal right to Java, MySQL, and Solaris.