GraalVM, an Oracle Labs project providing a multi-language virtual machine, has added experimental support for Java on the Truffle framework, which derives high-performance code from interpreters and allows for efficient running of languages. The move elevates Java to the level of other languages on GraalVM and boosts Java performance.

Java on Truffle is introduced in GraalVM 21, which was published on January 19. GraalVM 21 has an installable component, called Espresso, that makes it possible to run Java code via a Java bytecode interpreter implemented with the Truffle framework. In addition to the bytecode interpreter, Java on Truffle provides other core components of a Java virtual machine including a single pass .class file parser, a simple object model, and a Java Native Interface (JNI) implementation. Java 8 and Java 11 are supported.

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