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Core Java 11 for the Impatient LiveLessons (Video Training)

Core Java 11 for the Impatient LiveLessons (Video Training)

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Description

  • Copyright 2018
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-523525-1
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-523525-6

3+ Hours of Video Instruction

Modern Java introduces major enhancements that impact the core Java technologies and APIs at the heart of the Java platform. Many old Java idioms are no longer needed and new features such as modularization make you far more effective. However, navigating these changes can be challenging.

The source code and presentation slides for this course can be found at:

http://horstmann.com/javaimpatient/livelessons/#(1)

Description

Core Java 11 for the Impatient LiveLessons is a concise guide that covers all the latest changes up to Java SE 11, including Single File Launcher (if your program is contained in a single file, you don’t need to compile it first), the standardized HTTP client API that supports both HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2, and useful new methods introduced in Java 11 like String strip().

This training pairs with the second edition of Core Java® SE 9 for the Impatient, which was fully updated to cover Java SE 9 and 10.

Horstmann’s practical insights and sample code help you quickly take advantage of all that’s new, including Java SE 9’s “Project Jigsaw” module system and the improvements first introduced in Java SE 8, including lambda expressions and streams.

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About the Instructor

Cay S. Horstmann is a professor of computer science at San Jose State University and a Java Champion. He is also the author of Core Java®, Volume I—Fundamentals, Tenth Edition (Prentice Hall, 2016), Core Java® SE 9 for the Impatient, Second Edition (Addison-Wesley, 2018), Java SE 8 for the Really Impatient (Addison-Wesley, 2014), and Scala for the Impatient (Addison-Wesley, 2012). He has written more than a dozen other books for professional programmers and computer science students.

What You Will Learn

Horstmann’s practical insights and sample code help you quickly take advantage of all that’s new, from new and convenient API features to Java SE 9’s long-awaited “Project Jigsaw” module system.

  • Test code as you create it with the new JShell Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL)
  • Take advantage of a multitude of API improvements for working with collections, input/output, regular expressions, and processes
  • Streamline and optimize data management with today’s Streams API
  • Leverage modern concurrent programming based on cooperating tasks
  • Use modules to simplify the development of well-performing complex systems
  • Migrate applications to work with the modularized Java API and third-party modules
  • Optionally, take a crash course into JavaFX

Who Should Take This Course

Experienced Java developers looking to get up to speed with the new features in Java 9 and 10.

Course Requirements

Java programming experience

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Sample Content

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: “The Good Stuff”

Learning objectives

1.1 JShell

1.2 Collection literals

1.3 Optional type

1.4 Streams

1.5 I/O

1.6 Regex

1.7 Completable futures and processes

1.8 HTTPClient

Lesson 2: The Java Platform Module System

Learning objectives

2.1 Basic concepts

2.2 Exporting packages and requiring modules

2.3 Runtime access

2.4 Migration and troubleshooting

Lesson 3: JavaFX

Learning objectives

3.1 A brief history of Java GUI programming

3.2 Displaying information in a scene

3.3 Event handling

3.4 Layout

3.5 User interface controls

3.6 Dialogs

3.7 Fancy controls

3.8 Properties and bindings

3.9 Asynchronous processing

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