Java: A Beginner’s Tutorial, Updated for Java SE 8

Fully updated for Java SE 8, this book covers the most important Java programming topics that you need to master to be able to learn other technologies yourself. By fully understanding all the chapters and doing the exercises you’ll be able to perform an intermediate Java programmer’s daily tasks quite well. This book offers the three subjects that a professional Java programmer must be proficient in: - Java as a programming language; - Object-oriented programming (OOP) with Java; - Java core libraries. Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Getting Started Chapter 2: Language Fundamentals Chapter 3: Statements Chapter 4: Objects and Classes Chapter 5: Core Classes Chapter 6: Arrays Chapter 7: Inheritance Chapter 8: Error Handling Chapter 9: Working with Numbers Chapter 10: Interfaces and Abstract Classes Chapter 11: Polymorphism Chapter 12: Enums Chapter 13: Working with Dates and Times Chapter 14: The Collections Framework Chapter 15: Generics Chapter 16: Input/Output Chapter 17: Annotations Chapter 18: Nested and Inner Classes Chapter 19: Lambda Expressions Chapter 20: Working with Streams Chapter 21: Java Database Connectivity Chapter 22: Swing Basics Chapter 23: Swinging Higher Chapter 24: Applets Chapter 25: Introduction to JavaFX Chapter 26: JavaFX with FXML Chapter 27: Java Threads Chapter 28: Concurrency Utilities Chapter 29: Internationalization Chapter 30: Java Networking Chapter 31: Security Chapter 32: Java Web Applications Chapter 33: JavaServer Pages Chapter 34: Javadoc Chapter 35: Application Deployment Appendix A: javac Appendix B: java Appendix C: jar Appendix D: NetBeans Appendix E: Eclipse Answers Index

Author: Budi Kurniawan

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