Java 17 for Absolute Beginners: Learn the Fundamentals of Java Programming
- 9h 18m
- Iuliana Cosmina
Write your first code in Java 17 using simple, step-by-step examples that model real-word objects and events, making learning easy. With Java 17 for Absolute Beginners you’ll be able to pick up the concepts without fuss. It teaches Java development in language anyone can understand, giving you the best possible start.
You’ll see clear code descriptions and layout so that you can get your code running as soon as possible. Author Iuliana Cosmina focuses on practical knowledge and getting you up to speed quickly―all the bits and pieces a novice needs to get started programming in Java.
First, you’ll discover what type of language Java is, what it is good for, and how it is executed. With the theory out of the way, you’ll install Java, choose an editor such as IntelliJ IDEA, and write your first simple Java program. Along the way you’ll compile and execute this program so it can run on any platform that supports Java. As part of this tutorial you’ll see how to write high-quality code by following conventions and respecting well-known programming principles, making your projects more professional and efficient.
Java 17 for Absolute Beginners gives you all you need to start your Java programming journey. No experience necessary. After reading this book, you'll come away with the basics to get started writing programs in Java.
- Get started with Java 17 from scratch
- Use data types, operators, and the stream API
- Install and use the IntelliJ IDEA and the Gradle build tool
- Exchange data using the new JSON APIs
- Play with images using multi-resolution APIs
- Implement the publish-subscribe architecture
About the Author
Iuliana Cosmina is currently a software engineer for NCR Edinburgh. She has been writing Java code since 2002 and contributed to various types of applications such as experimental search engines, ERPs, track and trace, and banking. During her career, she has been a teacher, a team leader, software architect, DevOps professional, and software manager. She is a Spring-certified Professional, as defined by Pivotal, the makers of Spring Framework, Boot, and other tools, and considers Spring the best Java framework to work with. When she is not programming, she spends her time reading, blogging, learning to play piano, travelling, hiking, or biking.
In this Book
An Introduction to Java and Its History
Preparing Your Development Environment
Getting Your Feet Wet
Controlling the Flow
The Stream API
Debugging, Testing, and Documenting
Making Your Application Interactive
Working With Files
The Publish-Subscribe Framework