What you would learn in Java Programming for Complete Beginners course?
Java is among the most used programming languages. Java provides object-oriented as well as functional programming capabilities.
This course takes a hands-on, interactive approach employing a mix of JShell and Eclipse to create an integrated IDE that can demonstrate the more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles, and Code Examples. This course does not require prior ( basic ) programming or Java experience. If you've never programmed on a computer previously or already have experience using other programming languages and are looking to learn Java quickly, it is the perfect course.
In more than 250 steps, We examine the most crucial Java Programming Language Features.
The basics in Java Programming - Expressions, Variables, and Printing Output
Java Operators Java Operators Java Assignment Operator Logical and Relational Operators Short Circuit Operators
Java Conditions and If Statements
Methods - Arguments, Parameters, and Return Values
Object-Oriented Programming: Class, State, Object, and Behavior
The basics of OOPS: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, and Polymorphism
Basics of Java Data Types Casting, Operators, and More
Java Built-in Classes - BigDecimal, String, Java Wrapper Classes
Conditionals using Java Conditionals with Java If Else Statement Nested If Else, Java Switch Statement, Java Ternary Operator
Loops for Loop, While Loop in Java Loops in Java, While Loop Stop, and Repeat
Modifiability and mutability Java Wrapper Classes, String and BigDecimal
Java Dates An introduction to LocalDate, LocalTime, and LocalDateTime
Java Array as well as ArrayList -- Java String Arrays, Arrays of Objects Primitive Data Types toString and exceptions
Introduction to Arguments with Variables
The basics of designing a class Classes, Objects, State, and Behavior and determining the state and constructors.
Understanding the Object Composition and Inheritance
Java Abstract Class and Interfaces. An introduction to Polymorphism.
Java Collections The List Interface(ArrayList, LinkedList, and Vector) Set Interface (HashSet, LinkedHashSet and TreeSet), the Queue Interface (PriorityQueue) as well as Map Interface (HashMap, HashTable, LinkedHashMap and TreeMap() - - Compare with, Contrast and Select
Generics - Why do we need Generics? Limitations by using extends and WildCards and Generic Methods Upper Bound and the Lower Bound.
Functional Programming Functional Programming Lambda Expression, stream, and operations on the stream (Intermediate Operations - Sort, Distinct Map, Filter and Terminal Operations Max, Min, or collect to list) Functional Interfaces Consumer Interface, Predicate Interface Map Function Interface Method References - instance and static methods
A brief introduction to threads as well as MultiThreading The need for threads
Implementing Threads by extending Thread Class as well as Implementing Runnable Interface
Threads' States and communication between Threads
The Executor Service: Introduction - Setting the amount active threads. Returning a Future, invoke, and invoke any
An Introduction to Handling Exceptions Your Thinking Process During Handling Exceptions. Try to catch, then try again, and finally. Exception Hierarchy Checked Exceptions and unchecked exceptions. Throwing an exception and creating and Throwing a Custom Exception - CurrenciesDoNotMatchException. Test with Resources New feature for Java 7. Java 7.
List the folders and files in the Directory using the Files List method, the File walk method, and locate ways. Write and read from a file.
- Hands-On and HANDS-ON with EXERCISES AND PUZZLES Master the basics of Object-Oriented Programming with Java
- Make sure you are aware of JAVA INTERVIEWS. Learn all the necessary skills to demonstrate proficiency in Java Programming.