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Understand the life cycle of a servlet to understand the intricacies of the low-level functionalities of servlet programming.
Peruse an overview of the JVM and how a Java program executes within it.
Learn about the Object class and the collection of wrapper classes of this package, to get a glimpse of the key aspects of the java.lang library.
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Learn about using polymorphism as a principle of inheritance in Java.
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Explore the intricacies of methods and how things actually work in Java.
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Explore some of the key features of the JDBC metadata API in view of discovering database metadata.
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Learn about the concepts behind the paradigm of Observable and Observer objects and how they are used in Java code.
Learn about some of the key aspects of transforming a POJO into a bean component and how the JavaBean API library helps in the process.
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Become proficient with the necessary details on how to use the Java BitSet class.
The Optional class in Java is not essential, yet it provides invaluable help in some instances. Master its use here.
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the background concepts of tokenization and its implementation in Java.
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Become more familiar with some concepts that would aid in better understanding Java threads, eventually leading to better programming.
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Focus on some of the Collection Framework's common algorithmic application to collection elements in Java.
Delve into some of the key concepts of working with archive files by using Java programming.
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Explore the concept of EJB transaction management in a Java EE framework.
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Become proficient in using Java Regular Expressions and make your coding more efficient.
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Learn to use Joda Time, a new component of the Java 8 core library.
Explore some of the command line tools that come in quite handy when programming in Java.
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Dig deeper into some of the key concepts of exception handling in JNI.
Explore how to manipulate Java objects from a native code such as C/C++ using JNI.
Dig into function and data type mapping between Java and C/C++. You'll also find some appropriate examples to guide you.
Explore the world of JNI (Java Native Interface), a programming interface through which Java byte code can interact with any native code.
In my humble opinion, security is a farce. The most secure code is the code that you have never written and the most secure language is the language never invented. Learn more about reflection in Java.
Discover some of reflection's core areas of the API with a few examples to implement them in programming.
Reflection provides some value so that we can create our own recipe rather than eulogize a bullet-proof black box of language paradigm.
Explore the simplicity of integration between two very different types of languages, especially from the point of view of a JavaFX application.
Look into some nooks and corners and key aspects of scripting in Java in general.
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Become proficient with specialization and generalization, which is the subclass and superclass hierarchy mechanism in a relational database.
Master the power and versatility of JavaFX to achieve animations of several types.
Discover the depth and intricacies of JavaFX, which is built primarily to create and deliver rich Internet applications (RIAs).
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Explore the Java GUI in general and work with a couple of practical graphics implementations.
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Master some of the important aspects of email monitoring and their implementation through code.
You can add the benefit of mail and messaging support even to a bare bone, standalone Java application.
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Explore the serialization/deserialization process with the help of a file handling mechanism.
Explore how to process common sequential files through Java and some aspects of file handling APIs in general.
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Learn about CDI, that not only promotes re-usability but also glues together various layers of an enterprises application in a Java EE framework.
Access modifiers help you achieve decoupling in Java. They also create a sense of separation of concern from the other modules that comprise a system.
Java generics not only enables us to create template classes to suit our immediate business needs but also boosts re-factoring in the long run.
Learn to use JSF, JPA, and EJB to perform in an enterprise business application.
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Learn about Vaadin, a new, implicit framework for creating rich internet applications in Java.
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Consider thread safety and concurrency at the same level of importance.
Implement lambda expressions from the perspective of a couple of standard design patterns.
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A well-designed systems works with the synergy of not only object composition but also pattern composition. Learn to use Java to develop behavioral patterns.
Learn more about the Creational design pattern, which handles the process of object creation in Java from one or more classes.
Learn how to create a creational design pattern that is concerned about the process of object creation in Java from one or more classes.
The knowledge of design pattern is crucial for designing any software, especially when dealing with object oriented design. Recognizing patterns while designing helps us to map our previous experience to the present condition.
With the inception of Eclipse Luna, Java developers get a full-featured, Java 8-compliant IDE to try their hand at lambda expression. Read on to learn how to use lambda expression in your regular programming.
Manoj Debnath shows you how to get started with Lambdas with code snippets using Eclipse Luna as the IDE.
JasperReport is ideal to publish reports from the application that uses data from the back-end database, but how do we program them? Manoj Debnath shows you how with three sample applications that demonstrate a few of the ways a report can be generated using the JasperReport library.
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Manoj Debnath shows you how to get started with JasperReport, with a simple yet effective hands-on example.
Is Java past its prime? Are there reasons to still be using it? What do you think?
Learn how ORM (Object Relational Mapping) can help map objects into a database as if you were no longer working with records of the relational model but objects in an object oriented model.
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JSP, Servlet and JDBC are a popular combination for creating dynamic web pages and applications with extensive data processing. Read on to learn more.
Mobile ADF apps are portable for both iOS and Android powered devices. Read on to learn how to create a simple Android application using Oracle ADF within JDeveloper IDE.
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JDBC acts as a translator between Java applications and the native language of a database. Learn how the JDBC driver paves the way into the application design consideration of database programming in Java.
Manoj Debnath provides an overview of how to parse XML documents using JAXB, SAX, and DOM.
JMS is the Java EE API that deals with the concept of MOM and helps in creating the enterprise messaging system to produce and consume asynchronous messages. Manoj Debnath shows you how.
Learn how to improve the performance of an application that uses the Java Persistence API, by modifying the second level cache mode settings.
Learn how to handle concurrent access to entity data, and the locking strategies available to JPA API.
Manoj Debnath shows you how to create RESTful web services, demonstrating with a sample application.
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Learn how to create SOAP Web Services exposing EJB in a sample application.
Learn how to use Ajax with Java Server Faces (JSF) to incorporate dynamic functionality into a web page.
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Java EE7 brought EJB container managed transactions to the platform using CDI interceptors, so that these can be used by CDI managed beans and other Java EE components. The improvements make JSF, EJB and JPA integration simple.
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) used to be a bit complex due to the exposure of the low level constructs to the Spring developer. But that's changed; both Spring and AOP have evolved. Manoj Debnath offers a canonical explanation of AOP and on how to implement it in Spring.
The main objective of Spring Data Access Object support is to make working with data access technologies such as JDBC, Hibernate, JPA or JDO easy and consistent. Read on to learn more.
The focus of javaFX as a tool is on the client rich interactive visualization of content; it can be a suitable candidate to interface your next enterprise application when merged with JavaEE modules. Read on to learn more.
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