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A Fast- moving Guide using Java 8, for Programmers Experienced in Other Languages. Following is a series of tutorials on Java programming from coreservlets' lead instructor. Marty Hall. All the slides, source code, exercises, and exercise solutions are free for unrestricted use. Although these tutorials do not assume any previous exposure to Java, they do assume that you already know. To arrange a Java- related course at your organization based on these materials, contact info@coreservlets. Java training page.
As a result, it only briefly skims desktop graphics, but spends a lot of time on more general topics like. Lists and Maps, generic types, lambda expressions, streams. I/O, network programming, and so forth. The relatively few parts on IDE development and deployment use Eclipse, but of course none of the actual code is specific to Eclipse.
The later sections have. For general Java programming, the tutorial here is the one you want. Java 8. and all the Java- 8- specific topics are also included in identical form in this tutorial.
Exercise : What's the output? What output is produced by the following Java method?
CS 1410 Object-Oriented Programming Using C++. An introduction to the C++ language. Topics will include data types, control structures, functions, pointers, arrays, I/O streams, classes, objects, encapsulation, overloading.
Introduction to Programming Using Java, Seventh Edition Table of Contents. This is the Table of Contents for the free on-line textbook Introduction to Programming Using Java. Chapter 1: Overview: The.
To learn more details about the instructor. Send corrections or feedback on any tutorial to. These tutorials are primarily aimed at developers who have moderate to strong experince in some other. Java. There is also a shorter version of these training courses.
Java 8 features and are intended for developers that know earlier Java versions. If either. type of course interests you, please email. If you are familiar with what Java is all about, skip. This section shows how to install Java and the Eclipse development environment.
Remember that this tutorial series is primarily intended for developers. This is the first of three sections that cover OOP in Java.
This section covers instance variables. These tutorial sections are primarily aimed at developers who are already. Java syntax. So, if you have never. This is the second of three sections that cover OOP in Java. It discusses overloading. Java. Doc. inheritance, packages, and the to.
String method. This is the last of three sections that cover OOP in Java. It discusses abstract classes, interfaces. Override, visibility modifiers, and enums in detail. Interfaces are discussed from the perspective of Java 8. This section also briefly discusses Java.
Doc options and the classpath. This section discusses simple popup windows and basic drawing operations. More importantly, it also serves.
Java. programming: import statements, inheritance in action, lifecycle methods, the @Override annotation. This section discusses lists (ordered collections somewhat similar to arrays except that they stretch as you add entries), maps (associative arrays - - things that match a key to a value), and sets (unordered collections of elements where you can later simply ask if the element exists or not). This section explains how to support generic types in your own methods and classes. It also discusses printf, varargs, and the performance of String vs. String. Builder. This section gives a very fast introduction to using the JUnit framework to test your Java programs. It also compares and contrasts concurrent programming with Java threads. Java fork/join framework (the next topic).
This section also explains how to deal with race conditions, the bane of the multithreaded developer. This section discusses how (and why) to use Java's fork/join framework to perform parallel processing.
It also compares and contrasts concurrent programming with Java threads (the previous topic) with parallel programming using the Java fork/join framework (this topic). Important: the majority of fork/join applications can be done in Java 8 using parallel streams with a fraction of the effort. In Java 8, only very advanced developers need to use fork/join explicitly.
So, if you are using Java 7: read on. If you are using Java 8: skip this section and concentrate on parallel streams instead. But neither fork/join nor parallel streams obviate the need to learn concurrent programming with threads, as was covered in the previous lecture. The. Java 8 tutorial is still being maintained.
Java versions, but the exact same topics are reproduced. In general, Java 8's high- level goals were to make more flexible code, to better use multiple cores, and to more easily deal with large data sets. In specific, there are four main reasons that it is important to know Java 8. More flexible and reusable code (thanks to lambdas). Lambda expressions in Java 8 are a way of. Streams are wrappers around collections (or.
They support many convenient and high- performance. These methods make many types. Collection methods. Faster and more memory efficient code (thanks to lazy evaluation and automatic parallelization). Streams can also be parallel. Adapt to the times.
Others will be using lambdas and streams, since they are standard parts of Java SE. So, you have to learn the Java 8 features simply to be able to use and modify others’ code. In this section we cover the basics. String. Tokenizer and String. Line). The third section covers the use.
Object. Input. Stream and Object. Output. Stream to send complex data structures across the network. This is the last of three sections on network programming in Java. This third section covers the use. Object. Input. Stream and Object.
Output. Stream to send complex data structures across the network. Originally, the coreservlets. Java tutorial series and associated training courses.
Java applications. Over time, however. Java to either. server- side apps (the most common application area) or to Android apps (the second- most common application area). This section is old. It is mostly. a precursor to the later sections on Swing, so that you can move to Swing gradually by. This section shows how to use layout managers to control the size and position of components in a window.
It assumes. that you are familiar with the techniques discussed in the AWT section. This is a whirlwind intro to. Swing; detailed coverage would require about 1. This section shows how you can separate the underlying data from the actual graphical view. This MVC approach usually.
GUI elements such as JList, JTree, and JTable that display complex sets of data. This section looks at techniques that let drawings change and persist over time.
Double buffering and. Note: This section depends. It comes here (earlier) because it is part of. Included here are some older topics that are no longer being updated.
It is no longer part of the usual courses that. I teach. This section gives an introduction to the Java Data. Base Connectivity (JDBC) library, the relatively simple but low- level. Java SE. This section looks at making launchable JAR files and deploying Java apps via Web Start. Again, the HTML sections are not specific to Java, but basic knowledge of HTML is useful for. JSP and Ajax. require pretty extensive knowledge of HTML of some sort, and.
JSF 2 is built entirely around XHTML. Also see the separate. HTML5 input elements. Please note that the sections on HTML 4 are old: they not been updated in several years. Each section above also has links. The courses are taught by Marty Hall.
Java EE author, and the creator of this tutorial series. Courses are available in any country, and have been given in N. America. Central America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Some course options: Java Programming: A Crash Course for Server- Side Developers. A fast- moving course on Java for. C#, C++, or another high- level language.
The version for those. Java omits most topics on desktop graphics.
Can be taught with or. Java 8 (lambda expressions and streams).
Java Programming: A Crash Course. Same as above but adds topics on. Java 8: Lambdas, Streams, and More. The general Java courses above can include Java 8. Java and only want to learn the new Java 8.
Distinctive features of Marty's training: Experienced instructor who can answer tough questions and show best practices. Marty & Java inventor James Gosling at. Marty's car. Navy, General. Dynamics, Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Titan Corporation, the University of Michigan. Context Integration, the University of Utah Hospital, ESI, SAIC, NSA, CIA, and many others. Courses are available in any city worldwide, and have been taught in dozens. US venues and 9 other countries.
However, Maryland- area companies have extra flexibility in the course schedules. Marty is local to Maryland. In addition to the full- day courses offered in all locations, Maryland companies can book the courses in the. Even weekends are possible!
For example, Marty has done about a dozen Maryland courses that met once or twice a. They thoroughly cover. They also discuss best practices, design strategies.
Most of the big. training vendors hire someone to create the course materials, then bring in some. But, in order to serve. These courses are developed by experts who. Marty. Course topics include. Customizable content. Want to move extra fast because your.
Need to combine some. JSF topics with thorough coverage of Prime. Faces? Want an Ajax and j. Query. course, but first need a crash course on Java. Script syntax, first- class functions, and the DOM? Want training on GWT, but need a review of basic server- side Java techniques.
Tell us what you need. And his courses include a textbook. Plus, your developers don't have to pay travel costs. However, as a service to instructors teaching. Power. Point files for free. Please. see the instructor materials page.