Greetings Aspose Support,
We are current users of the Aspose Total APIs for Java. We are currently using the APIs for Words, Cells, Slides, Email & Imaging. Our application that leverages the Aspose APIs runs in a containerized environment on Linux virtual machines.
We’re excited about the release of Oracle Java 10: https://www.oracle.com/corporate/pressrelease/Java-10-032018.html . Specifically, we’re encouraged by some of the optimizations to Java memory management when Java is run inside of a containerized environment. We are discussing when to upgrade to Java 10.
Since Aspose plays a large role in our stack, we wanted to reach out to you and discuss, in general, the prospect of running the Apsose Java APIs on Java 10.
Has Aspose been tested on Java 10? Are there any known issues with Aspose & Java 10? Is Aspose recommending an upgrade to the v10 JDK for execution of the Java APIs? Are there any demonstrable benefits to running the Aspose APIs on Java 10?
We know that backwards compatibility is a big selling point for Java. But it’s a hard problem & it’s nearly impossible to deliver it to perfection. We’ve been burned in the past by backwards compatibility breaking changes in a Java version to version upgrade. We want to avoid these sorts of breakages in our usage of Java.
Thanks and Regards