ABOUT THE BOOK
This book is our attempt to provide the readers with all the necessary information on how to set up the Java development environment and get started with client side, application development, using Java 13.
In a step by step, easy to follow manner, the book takes one through application development. It assists in getting a good grip on the Java syntax and its methodologies to confidently craft robust applications using Java SE 13. It explores the Core of Java along with the improvements of Java SE 13, examines the various specifications and describes how to assemble them to develop applications with plenty of real world examples with complete code spec and diagrams to make it easier to follow.
WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR?
Absolute Beginners. This book assumes no previous programming experience. Thus, if you have never programmed before, you can use this book. This book would appeal to those who want a hands- on practical book demonstrating examples for almost every topic in this book.
WHAT THIS BOOK HOLDS
- Anatomy of Java Programs, Classes Interfaces, Inheritance
- Packages, Imports
- Javadoc, Enumerations
- Enhanced for loop, Generics
- The diamond operator, JavaBeans Collections, Streams
- Arrays, Vectors
- ArrayList, LinkedList
- JShell, Lambda Expressions Autoboxing / Unboxing Annotations on Java Types Default Methods
- Method / Constructor References Functional Interfaces
- Java I/O Systems
- Local variable type inference
- Java DataBase Connectivity
- Immutable Collections
- Improvements in Stream API
- New Collectors methods
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
The author Sharanam Shah [www.sharanamshah.com] has 16+ years of IT experience as a Developer, Database Designer, Technical Writer, Systems Analyst and a Lead Architect. He currently consults with several software houses in Mumbai, India, to help them design and manage database application. Vaishali Shah, his wife, co-author and a Technical Writer by profession, has a rich experience of designing, developing and managing database systems.
Their desire to share the knowledge they’ve acquired over all these years working together and perhaps partially to keep it available and alive made them co-author and publish several books, most of them tightly focused on commercial application development using software tools.