Java 9 Cookbook

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Learn
  • Set up JDK and know the differences in the JDK 9 installation
  • Implement OO Designs using Classes and Interfaces
  • Manage operating system processes
  • Understand the new modular JDK and modular programming
  • Create a modular application with clear dependencies
  • Build graphical user interfaces using JavaFX
  • Use the new HTTP Client API
  • Learn about the new diagnostic features in Java 9
  • See how to use the new jShell REPL tool
  • Execute ES6-compliant JavaScript code from your Java applications
About

Java is an object-oriented programming language. It is one of the most widely accepted languages because of its design and programming features, particularly in its promise that you can write a program once and run it anywhere.

This cookbook offers a range of software development examples in simple and straightforward Java 9 code, providing step-by-step resources and time-saving methods to help you solve data problems efficiently. Starting with the installation of Java, each recipe addresses a specific problem, with a discussion that explains the solution and offers insight into how it works.

We cover major concepts such as Project Jigsaw and various tools that will enable you to modularize your applications. You will learn new features in the form of recipes that will make your applications modular, secure, and fast.

Features
  • Learn the latest features of Java 9
  • Extend your Java knowledge and take your application to new levels by making it fast, secure, and scalable
  • Delve into the intricacies of Modular programming in Java 9
Page Count 624
Course Length 18 hours 43 minutes
ISBN 9781786461407
Date Of Publication 20 Aug 2017

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.