Comprehensive programming Course, Build 10 Real World Projects Using Java JSP, JDBC, Servlets, Swing, Maven, Spring Boot
What you’ll learn
- Get real-world experience by developing an Java based Web application using technologies like JSP, Servlets
- Master Object-Oriented Programming concepts by using a real-world application as a case study
- Gain in-depth understanding of core & advanced features of Java
- Master design principles, best practices and coding conventions for writing well-designed, professional Java code
- Knowledge Of JAVA
Why you should learn Java Programming Language
Here is the list of 10 reasons
1. Java is Easy to learn
Many would be surprised to see this as one of the top reasons for learning Java or considering it as the best programming language, but it is. If you have a steep learning curve, it would be difficult to get productive in a short span of time, which is the case with most professional projects.
Java has fluent English like syntax with minimum magic characters like Generics angle brackets, which makes it easy to read Java programs and learn quickly.
2. Java is an Object-Oriented Programming Language
Another reason, which made Java popular is that it’s an Object Oriented Programming language. Developing an OOP application is much easier, and it also helps to keep the system modular, flexible, and extensible.
Once you have knowledge of crucial OOP concepts like Abstraction, Encapsulation, Polymorphism, and Inheritance, you can use all those with Java. Java itself embodies many best practices and design patterns in its library.
3. Java has Rich API
One more reason for the Java programming language’s huge success is its Rich API, and most importantly, it’s highly visible because it comes with Java installation.
When I first started Java programming, I used to code Applets, and those days Applets provides excellent animation capability, which amazes new programmers like us, who are used to code in Turbo C++ editor.
4. Powerful development tools e.g., Eclipse, Netbeans
Believe it or not, Eclipse and Netbeans have played a huge role in making Java one of the best programming languages. Coding in IDE is a pleasure, especially if you have coded in DOS Editor or Notepad.
They not only help in code completion but also provides a powerful debugging capability, which is essential for real-world development. Integrated Development Environment (IDE) made Java development much more comfortable, faster, and fluent. It’s easy to search, refactor, and read code using IDEs.
5. Great collection of Open Source libraries
Open-source libraries ensure that Java should be used everywhere. Apache, Google, and other organization have contributed a lot of great libraries, which makes Java development easy, faster, and cost-effective.
There are frameworks like Spring, Struts, Maven, which ensure that Java development follows best practices of software craftsmanship, promotes the use of design patterns, and assisted Java developers in getting their job done.
6. Wonderful Community Support
A strong and thriving community is the biggest strength of the Java programming language and platform. No matter how good a language is, it wouldn’t survive if there is no community to support, help, and share their knowledge.
Java has been very lucky; it has lots of active forums, StackOverflow, open-source organizations, and several Java user groups to help everything.
7. Java is FREE
People like FREE things, Don’t you? So if a programmer wants to learn a programming language or an organization wants to use technology, COST is an important factor. Since Java is free from the start, i.e., you don’t need to pay anything to create a Java application.
8. Excellent documentation support – Javadocs
When I first saw Javadoc, I was amazed. It’s a great piece of documentation, which tells a lot of things about Java API. I think without Javadoc documentation, Java wouldn’t be as popular, and it’s one of the main reasons, Why I believe Java is the best programming language.
9. Java is Platform Independent
In the 1990s, this was the main reason for Java’s popularity. The idea of platform independence is great, and Java’s tagline “write once run anywhere,” and acronym “WORA” were enticing enough to attract lots of new development in Java.
10. Java is Everywhere
Yes, Java is everywhere, it’s on the desktop, it’s on mobile, it’s on the card, almost everywhere and so are Java programmers. I think Java programmers outnumber any other programming language professional.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners In JAVA
Created by Engineering .Org.In
Last updated 8/2021
Size: 7.46 GB