Java 11 Cookbook - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Set up JDK and understand what's new in the JDK 11 installation
  • Implement object-oriented designs using classes and interfaces
  • Manage operating system processes
  • Create a modular application with clear dependencies
  • Build graphical user interfaces using JavaFX
  • Use the new HTTP Client API
  • Explore the new diagnostic features in Java 11
  • Discover how to use the new JShell REPL tool
About

For more than three decades, Java has been on the forefront of developing robust software that has helped versatile businesses meet their requirements. Being one of the most widely used programming languages in history, it’s imperative for Java developers to discover effective ways of using it in order to take full advantage of the power of the latest Java features. Java 11 Cookbook offers a range of software development solutions with simple and straightforward Java 11 code examples to help you build a modern software system.

Starting with the installation of Java, each recipe addresses various problem by explaining the solution and offering insights into how it works. You’ll explore the new features added to Java 11 that will make your application modular, secure, and fast. The book contains recipes on functional programming, GUI programming, concurrent programming, and database programming in Java. You’ll also be taken through the new features introduced in JDK 18.3 and 18.9.

By the end of this book, you’ll be equipped with the skills required to write robust, scalable, and optimal Java code effectively.

Features
  • Explore the latest features of Java 11 to implement efficient and reliable code
  • Develop memory-efficient applications, understanding new garbage collection in Java 11
  • Create restful webservices and microservices with Spring boot 2 and Docker
Page Count 802
Course Length 24 hours 3 minutes
ISBN 9781789132359
Date Of Publication 28 Sep 2018

Authors

Mohamed Sanaulla

Mohamed Sanaulla is a full-stack developer with more than 8 years, experience in developing enterprise applications and Java-based backend solutions for e-commerce applications.

His interests include enterprise software development, refactoring and redesigning applications, designing and implementing RESTful web services, troubleshooting Java applications for performance issues, and TDD.

He has strong expertise in Java-based application development, ADF (a JSF-based Java EE web framework), SQL, PL/SQL, JUnit, designing RESTful services, Spring, Spring Boot, Struts, Elasticsearch, and MongoDB. He is also a Sun Certified Java Programmer for the Java 6 platform. He is a moderator for JavaRanch and likes to share his findings on his blog.

Nick Samoylov

Nick Samoylov graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, working as a theoretical physicist and learning to program as a tool for testing his mathematical models. After the demise of the USSR, Nick created and successfully ran a software company, but was forced to close it under the pressure of governmental and criminal rackets. In 1999, with his wife Luda and two daughters, he emigrated to the USA and has been living in Colorado since then, working as a Java programmer. In his free time, Nick likes to write and hike in the Rocky Mountains.