Heroku, the popular Platform as a Service offering initially for Ruby developers only, now supports Java. Actually, Heroku has added support for both the Node.js framework and the Clojure programming language over the past few months, but Java is in a whole other league.
AppFog which started out as a PHP-based Platform-as-a-Service, just added Java to its roster of supported programming languages. AppFog already added support for Ruby and Node.js. Still to come: support for Python,.NET and "smaller ... Read Post
StackMob, a mobile backend provider for developers, is integrating with cloud platform Heroku, extending its services to Heroku's Ruby developers. The partnership allows StackMob to expand the languages it supports beyond Java, Scal... Read Post