Thanks for your informative story!I used to have a company that created a CAT tool (Trans Suite). It was written in VB6. Wish B4J existed back in the day because it would’ve been the perfect tool for it.
Having a super fast and accurate fuzzy match engine is crusial. Took about good half of a year to get that algorithm spinning. But is was back then one of the fastest ever written (we even wrote our own database engine specifically for that task).
How do you mean? Java (and B4J as it transpiles to java), is well used for enterprise apps as CRMs, ERPs etc, especially as in-house apps in very large enterprises. I've seen cases where java was actually faster than other languages who used the LLVM compiler. It all comes down on how well an app is written.As a enterprise app... I disagree
in comparison with web apps java is hyper speed. most companys focus web apps because they think it run at all devices without problems.As a desktop app. I agree. As a enterprise app... I disagree.
Let me explain... (I sucked at it the 1st time)How do you mean?
Java (and B4J as it transpiles to java), is well used for enterprise apps as CRMs, ERPs etc, especially as in-house apps in very large enterprises.
A job of ten or 15 years ago we did real time traffic planning. The GUI was in VB6... No issue from the GUI.Let me explain... (I sucked at it the 1st time)
You consider this on the same level as enterprise apps like CRMs and ERPs, or even the OPs translation program? Guess the guys who went to the moon would've been very happy if they had today's java and .NET speed .for the F35 fighter... or a missile system