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Attribute Ratings

  • DevExpress Universal is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

8.4

DevExpress Universal

84%
4 Ratings
8.2

Oracle Java SE Subscription

82%
77 Ratings

Likelihood to Renew

DevExpress Universal

N/A
0 Ratings
8.2

Oracle Java SE Subscription

82%
1 Rating

Support Rating

DevExpress Universal

N/A
0 Ratings
8.8

Oracle Java SE Subscription

88%
66 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

DevExpress

When you want to display spreadsheet based reports, it's really convenient as it has everything out of the box.
If you have very basic components like combo boxes or lists, there is hardly a point in using such a large component set.
In the end, it's a matter of finding a good balance between functionality and complexity.
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Oracle

The Oracle Java SE Subscription is a useful service that can support larger organizations that need to implement quick feature development and need to do so with maximum support with minimal fuss. Performance can vary due to the nature of Javas JVM having to boot upon every start and there can be some compatibility issues with a few third-party systems. Smaller organizations would be better off utilizing Java SDK or OpenJDK as these are free but don't have the benefit of direct support from Oracle. If a larger organization has a long history of using Java and has legacy systems running on older versions of Java, then the extra support needed will more than justify the cost If you are heavily invested in Java and need to support applications running on older versions such as Java 8, or you want to use OracleJDK, then you would want to consider getting the subscription for its support and patches.
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Pros

DevExpress

  • Handle large and complex datasets using its table widget (DataGrid)
  • Handle large and complex hierarchical datasets using its tree table widget (TreeList)
  • Customize widget to fulfill advanced requirements such as adding a complex grid inside a grid cell
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Oracle

  • Since, JOracle Java SE Subscription is [a] purely Object Oriented programming language, all the concepts /features (like inheritance, abstraction) can be implemented as per real-world scenarios. Also, the code reusability is very helpful. In Oracle Java SE Subscription, both data and behavior [are] taken care [of].
  • Java Byte code. Since bytecode is a highly optimized set of instructions that [are] executed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), Bytecode helps in achieving both portability and security.
  • Multithreading. In Oracle Java SE Subscription, we can write Multithreaded programs for running /executing multiple tasks at [the] same time and memory need not be allocated to every running thread.
  • Oracle Java SE Subscription has automatic memory management or garbage collection, which is an application /concept that automatically handles [the] allocation and deallocation of memory.
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Cons

DevExpress

  • Documentation could be improved
  • Better examples of code in languages other than C
  • Better wizards for building applications
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Oracle

  • For older versions of Java it could provide instructions or support to migrate to the version supported by the application that is more recent.
  • The definition of rules by browser between versions of Java used could be suggested among the most common or that increase security.
  • For the developer environment, it would be very useful to have available a list of the functions or procedures that have been outdated or replaced by version.
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Pricing Details

DevExpress Universal

Starting Price

Editions & Modules

DevExpress Universal editions and modules pricing
EditionModules

Footnotes

    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    Oracle Java SE Subscription

    Starting Price

    $250 per named user per month

    Editions & Modules

    Oracle Java SE Subscription editions and modules pricing
    EditionModules
    Oracle Java SE Subscription25.001
    Oracle Java SE Desktop Subscription2.502

    Footnotes

    1. per core per month
    2. per named user per month

    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    Volume discounts also available.

    Likelihood to Renew

    DevExpress

    No answers on this topic

    Oracle

    It provides an affordable way to protect your investment.
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    Support Rating

    DevExpress

    No answers on this topic

    Oracle

    As I mentioned before, quality of support from Oracle Java SE Subscription is extraordinary. The speed of resolution and the expertise of the staff is really appreciated. We raised a high priority support incident which blocked our process [and] Oracle Java SE support did a quick analysis and provided a solution which took less time than we expected. They also help us in installing patches and updates whenever required.
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    Alternatives Considered

    DevExpress

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    Oracle

    It is more suitable and effective to opt for Oracle Java SE Subscription to receive enhanced support for your Java SE Applications. The support team is highly qualified and technically sound to manage your Java SE Applications properly. Also they are available 24*7 to make sure applications are up-to-date.
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    Return on Investment

    DevExpress

    • Better time to market
    • Needs a bit of onboarding for new recruits
    • The price is right for a team of 20
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    Oracle

    • Code portability allowed us to run the same code on all platforms
    • Security is always a key issue especially in the world of increasing cybersecurity laws. It only makes sense to invest in a secure development environment
    • Developers appreciate rich community support for java se platform
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