Whether you want to begin coding in Java or just wish to run Java apps, you first need to learn how to install Java. In this post, we’ll see how to do that.
Why do you need to install Java?
Programmers would describe Java as both being “compiled” and “interpreted.” This means that Java code can’t be understood natively by the computer but must first be “compiled” to a Java Bytecode. This Bytecode can then be run by any device that has the “Java Virtual Machine” installed. Alternatively, the code can be translated by software installed onto your machine.