In this class, we will make an app on java 17, which is the most recent version of java. During our time in Java, we will go on a full journey. There are two parts to each lecture in the course: a theory session and a real-life example. The course is broken into 16 parts and has more than 90 lessons. Java is the subject of the first part of the class. Then, we’ll learn about the basics of Java.
Later, we will learn more about object-oriented concepts. In the end, we will talk about things like streams and multithreading. The main topics will include Reflection, Annotation, Serialization and Externalization as well as Lambda expressions, Abstract classes, Interfaces, Strings, Optional classes, Collection API, Predicate, Method reference and HTTP client. Enums, new io, Sealed classes and Records will also be covered. For our work, we will use the most recent version of the Eclipse IDE, which we can get from the company.
First, we’ll talk about things like keywords and literals. Then we’ll talk about things like packages and modules.
If you want to learn about java’s data types and operators, this class will cover them.
If, then, for, while, do-while, break, continue, label, the switch, and all of the other control statements will be talked about in this text. This text also talks about the switch.
A lot of talk about object-oriented ideas will happen in this class.
We’re going to talk about encapsulation and records in this part.
- OOP Inheritance and change.
- Abstraction in OOP
- Class names that can be useful:
- Strings: How to handle Strings
- Some of the most important things
- Exceptions are handled.
- An array or a collection API
- Some more of the most important things.
- Functional programming is a type of programming that is used
- Some more useful features have been added to this app.
- Multi-threaded programming is when you write code that runs on different machines at the same