Java 11 and 12 - New Features
With its new six-monthly release cadence, Java is moving forward faster. In addition to planned version releases, a lot of work is currently being undertaken on various Java projects at Oracle. In order to make best use of the new features in their applications and libraries, you must be well-versed with the most recent advancements.
Java 11 and 12 - New Features will take you through the latest developments in Java, right from variable type inference and simplified multithreading through to performance improvements, which are covered in depth to help you make your applications more efficient. This book explains the relevance and applicability of Java's new features, and answers your questions on whether to invest in migrating to new Java versions and when to migrate. You'll also get to grips with platform features, such as AppCDS and new garbage collectors, to tune and optimize your application - from reduced launch time and latency to improved performance and throughput.
By the end of this book, you will be equipped with a thorough understanding of the new features of Java 11, 12, and Project Amber, and possess the skills to apply them with a view to improving your application's performance.
|Course Length||7 hours 15 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||26 Mar 2019|
|Listing the JEPs that are used in this chapter|
|Nest-based access control|
|Dynamic class-file constants|
|Improving AArch64 intrinsics|
|Removing the Java EE and CORBA modules|
|A key agreement with Curve25519 and Curve448|
|ChaCha20 and Poly1305 cryptographic algorithms|
|Launching single file source code programs|
|JEP 336 – deprecating the pack200 tools and API|