Java 11 Cookbook - Second Edition

Java 11 Cookbook - Second Edition

This is the code repository for Java 11 Cookbook - Second Edition, published by Packt.

A definitive guide to learning the key concepts of modern application development

What is this book 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.

This book covers the following exciting features:

If you feel this book is for you, get your copy today!

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Instructions and Navigations

All of the code is organized into folders. For example, Chapter02.

The code will look like the following:

public class Thing {
  private int someInt;
  public Thing(int i) { this.someInt = i; }
  public int getSomeInt() { return someInt; }
  public String getSomeStr() { 
    return Integer.toString(someInt); }
} 

Following is what you need for this book: The book is for intermediate-to-advanced Java programmers who want to make their applications fast, secure, and scalable.

With the following software and hardware list you can run all code files present in the book (Chapter 1-15).

Software and Hardware List

Chapter Software required OS required
1-16 JDK 11 Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (Any)
16 JavaFX Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (Any)

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Get to Know the Author

Nick Samoylov graduated as an engineer-physicist from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, has worked as a theoretical physicist, and learned how to program as a tool for testing his mathematical models using FORTRAN and C++. After the demise of the USSR, Nick created and successfully ran a software company, but was forced to close it under pressure from 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 read (mostly non-fiction), write (fiction novels and blogs), and hike the Rocky Mountains.

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.

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