Java Certified Foundations Associate: Development Environment

Java    |    Beginner
  • 14 videos | 48m 23s
  • Includes Assessment
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Java provides the right tools and features to allow you to be productive from the very start. In this Couse, you will learn about the features of the Java Development Kit and the Java Runtime Environment. First, you will learn about the Java Development Toolkit and the Java Runtime Environment. Next, you will learn about the features of the JDK such as the Java Compiler, the Java Interpreter, the Java Disassembler, the Java Debugger, the Java Head File Generator, the Java Documentation and the Java Archive. Finally, you will learn how to install the JDK, FRE, and the IntelliJ for Java Developers. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for Oracle's 1Z0-811: Java Certified Foundations Associate certification.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this course
    Describe the features and components of the java development toolkit
    Describe the features and components of the java development runtime (jre)
    Describe the features and components of the java compiler and interpreter
    Describe the features and components of the java disassembler and the java debugger
    Describe the features and components of the java documentation tool
    Describe the features and components of the java archive format and tool
  • Demonstrate how to download and install the java development toolkit
    Demonstrate how to download and install the java runtime environment (jre)
    Demonstrate how to download, install and configure the intellij for java developers
    Compile and execute simple java applications from the command line
    Create, compile and run a simple java application using intellij
    Write comments that can be used by the javadoc tool to genereate javadoc pages
    Summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

  • 1m 27s
    In this video, you’ll learn more about your instructor and the course. In this course, you’ll learn about Java Virtual Machine and object-oriented programming concepts. Then, you’ll learn the features of Java, such as platform independence, security and robustness, architecture neutrality, and portability and performance. Finally, you will learn more about Java distributed applications, multi-threading, dynamic loading, and real-world application. FREE ACCESS
  • 3m 48s
    In this video, you’ll learn more about the features and components of the Java Development Kit. The Java Development Kit provides the tools to create Java programs. The JDK comprises the Java Runtime Environment, JRE, a standalone Java Virtual Machine, or JVM, containing the Java Standard Library and a configuration tool. You’ll also learn about the javac compiler, which is used to compile Java code to platform-neutral JVM bytecode. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Java Runtime Environment
    5m 7s
    In this video, you’ll learn more about the features and components of the Java Runtime Environment, as well as its development components. You’ll discover the Java Runtime Environment consists of components that can be used to execute Java programs. You’ll learn the JVM contains several key components. You’ll also learn the Java class libraries consist of standard libraries such as java.Lang and the java.util. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Java Compiler and Interpreter
    3m 3s
    In this video, you’ll learn more about the features and components of the Java compiler and interpreter. You’ll learn Java’s source code is compiled into bytecode that can be executed on any device or operating system that contains a Java Virtual Machine. You’ll discover there’s no need to change the source code or put in special preprocessor statements to handle different architectures. Java doesn't need to be written differently for different operating systems. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Java Disassembler and Debugger
    3m 42s
    In this video, you’ll learn more about the features and components of the Java interpreter. You’ll learn some tools can be used to understand the inner workings of a compiled Java application and debug a Java application. The Java disassembler is used to convert compiled class files into human-readable code. You’ll learn decompilers can be used to convert compiled class files back into Java source code. The debugger helps determine the causes of bugs. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Java Documentation Tool
    4m 11s
    In this video, you’ll learn about the features and components of the Java Documentation tools. You’ll learn Java Documentation helps new and existing developers understand the available classes and methods that exist in Java applications. You’ll learn about a tool called javadoc that can be used to generate documentation for public classes, private classes, nested classes, interfaces, constructors, methods, and fields. Special tags can be added to comment statements that are read by javadoc tools. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Java Archive Format and Tool
    2m 59s
    In this video, you’ll learn about the features and components of the Java Archive. The Java Archive File is a collection of files that may or may not be compressed and end with the .JAR file extension. You’ll learn it contains a manifest file, a MANIFEST.MF, and is located in the meta-inf directory. You’ll discover this file contains a list of key value pairs that are grouped into sections. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Java Development Toolkit Installation
    2m 28s
    In this video, you’ll watch a demo. The demo will show you how to download and install the Java development toolkit. You’ll learn this series was built for JDK 1.8 compatibility. You’ll open your browser to openjdk.java.net. You’ll discover this is the open-source implementation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition. You’ll download and install JDK 8. At the end of the demo, you’ll be ready to start compiling Java code into class files. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Java Runtime Environment Installation
    2m 56s
    In this video, you’ll watch a demo. The demo will show you how to download and install the Java Runtime Environment, or JRE. You’ll learn that once Java code has been compiled using the JDK, it can be distributed anywhere the Runtime Environment exists. First, you’ll learn to install and download pre-built openjdk packages, which can either be the JRE or the JDK. You’ll then learn how to run a program using the JRE. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  IntelliJ for Java Developers
    5m 51s
    In this video, you’ll watch a demo. The demo will show you how to download, install, and configure the IntelliJ IDEA Development Tools for Java. You’ll open your web browser to the jetbrains.com website and select the "Developer Tools" option. Then, you’ll select "IntelliJ IDEA" from the menu. Then you’ll download and install. Next, you’ll learn how to launch IntelliJ and then create a shortcut for it. You’ll learn there are plugins you can choose. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Java Compiler and Interpreter
    3m 59s
    In this video, you’ll watch a demo. The demo will show you how to compile and execute a simple Java application from the command line. You’ll open the folder labeled IdeaProjects/JavaDocDemo. You’ll find that inside there are two folders: a source folder, src, and an output folder called out. You’ll take a look at the source files, Greet.java and Main.java. You’ll learn how to compile a folder and rerun javac on a source example. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Java Development Tools
    3m 16s
    In this video, you’ll watch a demo. The demo will show you how to create, compile and run a simple Java application using IntelliJ. You’ll see that once you’ve launched IntelliJ you’ll see there are no projects open. You’ll select from the options to select New Project or open a recent one. Next, you’ll select the New Project and choose Java. Next, you’ll learn to create a project from a template. FREE ACCESS
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    13.  JavaDoc Tool to Generate JavaDoc Pages
    4m 39s
    In this video, you’ll watch a demo. The instructor will demonstrate how to use the javadoc syntax and tool from the IntelliJ IDE to generate HTML documentation. You’ll follow the syntax covered in the video titled Java Documentation. You’ll start with the example file Greet.java, which is part of the package com.example. You’ll learn how to generate JavaDoc pages from here. FREE ACCESS
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    14.  Course Summary
    57s
    In this video, you’ll summarize what you’ve learned in the course. You’ve learned the features of the Java Development Kit, JDK, and the Java Runtime Environment, JRE. You learned the features and components of the Java Compiler, Interpreter, Assembler and Debugger. You also discovered the features and components of the Java Head File Generator, Documentation tool and Archive format, and archive tool. FREE ACCESS

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