Al Jazeera America has launched a new online java programming language, called Java Stream.
The company has partnered with The Java Community Foundation, which has developed a series of free Java tutorials that allow users to quickly get started.
In the videos, which are available for free, users learn the basics of the Java programming language and how to compile and run their own code.
The tutorials also teach the basics about the Java Runtime Environment, which is an open source tool that runs on many platforms, including Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
The Java Stream language is a subset of Java, which Java Stream’s developers say is based on the language that Java developers are already familiar with.
However, unlike Java Stream, Java Stream does not have any special features.
The new language, which will be officially launched on Tuesday, will be made available to everyone on the company’s Java platform, Al Jazeera’s news website Al Jazeera Arabic reported.
This is not the first time that Java Stream has been launched online.
In 2014, the company partnered with the OpenJDK project to make Java Stream available to all Java developers.
Since then, the developer has released more than 10 million of the tutorials, which feature a wide variety of topics.
Java Stream is the latest in a series, which includes other Java programming languages, which were announced at the JIRA Java User Group in September.
The developer’s efforts to make this new language more accessible to all users have drawn praise from the community.
The Al Jazeera Stream team says it has raised more than $4.3m in funding to help fund the development of the language, but the project has not yet reached a full release.
“We’re really excited to see the first release of Java Stream,” the company said in a blog post.
“There are a lot of exciting things in store for Java Stream.”