Bean Scripting Framework
|Developer(s)||Apache Software Foundation|
2.4.0 / October 6, 2006
3.0 Beta3 / April 5, 2009
|License||Apache License 2.0|
The Bean Scripting Framework is a method of allowing the use of scripting in Java code. It provides a set of Java classes which provides support within Java applications for scripting languages, and also allows access to Java objects and methods. Some examples of languages that can be used in combination with BSF and Java include Python, Jython and Tcl, as well as JRuby and Apache Groovy using their own libraries.
- JRuby - Java implementation of Ruby interpreter.
- Jython - Java implementation of Python programming language.
- BeanShell - Java interpreter for Java source codes
- JSR223 - JSR223: Scripting for the JavaTM platform
- Bosanac, Dejan (August 19, 2007), Scripting in Java: Languages, Frameworks, and Patterns (1st ed.), Addison-Wesley Professional, p. 552, ISBN 978-0-321-32193-0, archived from the original on November 14, 2011, retrieved September 4, 2009
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