Course: Advanced Features in Java
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duration: 19 hours |
Language: English (US) |
access duration: 180 days |
With this course you can improve your Java skills. You will learn all about the advanced features Java has to offer. You start this course with an introduction to Java collections. Next, you'll focus on ArrayLists, which are a specific instantiation of the List interface. You'll explore the different types of lists available in the Java Collections framework and important algorithmic operations on lists. You'll examine the LinkedList, Vector, and ArrayList classes, and how they all implement the List, Collection, and Iterable Interfaces. You'll then explore how to create custom Comparator objects and implement the Comparable interface. You'll learn how the Map is not a collection at all, but how it can be used to associate keys and values, and obtain collection objects that represent those keys and values.
You'll also learn about how the Stream APIs provide ways to work with collections as streams of objects. You'll examine how operations such as filter, map, and foreach can be applied to collections by treating them as streams of data elements. You'll explore three popular built-in annotations, the @Override, @Deprecated, and @SuppressWarnings built-in annotations. You'll also learn about two advanced built-in annotations, @SafeVarargs and @FunctionalInterface, before moving on to defining and using your own custom annotations. Finally, you'll explore how wildcards and type capture work, as well as how type erasure manifests itself in compiled bytecode.
After completing this course you have improved your Java skills. You are able to use advanced features in Java.
No formal prerequisites, however basic Java skills are recommended.
Advanced Features in Java
Advanced Features in Java: Getting Started with Java Collections
In this course, you'll be introduced to Java collections and
- explore the details of how the Lists part of the Collections
- framework works. You'll start by learning how arrays are a
- rudimentary form of containers with some similarities to
- ArrayLists. Next, you'll explore the limitations of arrays, namely
- their fixed length and limited API support. You'll then move on to
- ArrayLists and explore how ArrayLists mitigate the weaknesses of
- arrays while still retaining their advantages. You'll learn how to
- instantiate an ArrayList and iterate over it using while loops,
- ordinary for-loops, and enhanced for-loops. Finally, you'll examine
- how to access and modify specific elements in an ArrayList.
Advanced Features in Java: Working with Lists in Java
In this course, you'll focus on ArrayLists, which are a specific
- instantiation of the List interface. You'll learn about the List,
- Collection, and Iterable interfaces, and how the different list
- implementations such as ArrayList, Vector, and LinkedList,
- implement these interfaces. You'll then explore different iteration
- operations over lists and the ListIterator object. You'll see how
- to avoid ConcurrentModification exceptions, which can occur if code
- attempts to simultaneously iterate over a list and modify that
- list’s contents. Next, you'll learn how to perform range-view
- operations on lists. Finally, you'll examine the shallow-copy
- nature of range-views, and how, when you modify an element in a
- range-view, the elements in the underlying list are being modified
- as well.
Advanced Features in Java: List Algorithms & Implementations
In this course, you'll explore the different types of lists
- available in the Java Collections framework and important
- algorithmic operations on lists. You'll examine the LinkedList,
- Vector, and ArrayList classes, and how they all implement the List,
- Collection, and Iterable Interfaces. You'll see how Vectors are
- similar to ArrayLists, but are thread-safe and so best-suited for
- concurrent access and multi-threaded applications. Next, you'll
- learn how LinkedLists are faster than ArrayLists for list addition
- and deletion operations, but slower for random access. You'll then
- explore how to create custom Comparator objects and implement the
- Comparable interface. Finally, you'll learn how to use different
- list algorithms, such as sorting, shuffling, copying, and you'll
- examine the semantics of list equality.
Advanced Features in Java: Working with Sets In Java
In this course, you'll explore the Set interface and the
- different Set collections available in Java. You'll learn how the
- Java Set interface extends Collection, and how it is used to define
- unordered collections in which duplicates are not allowed. You'll
- discover common set operations such as union, difference,
- intersection, and equality, as well as how these are influenced
- heavily by the implementation of .equals and .hashCode in the
- objects contained within the set. You'll cover four implementations
- of the Set interface - HashSet, LinkedHashSet, EnumSet, and
- TreeSet. Finally, you'll learn the correct implementations of the
- .hashCode, .equals, and .compareTo methods of user-defined objects
- that are to be stored in Sets.
Advanced Features in Java: Working with Maps in Java
In this course, you'll explore the Map interface and the
- different Map implementations available in Java. You'll learn how
- the Map is not a collection at all, but how it can be used to
- associate keys and values, and obtain collection objects that
- represent those keys and values. You'll see how no duplicates are
- allowed in keys, which effectively constitute a Set. You'll explore
- three implementations of the Map interface - HashMap,
- LinkedHashMap, and TreeMap. Next, you'll learn the finer points of
- how these map implementations check for duplicates. Finally, you'll
- examine the correct implementations of the .equals, .hashCode, and
- .compareTo methods in objects that are to be stored in maps.
Advanced Features in Java: Using the Java Stream API with Collections
In this course, you'll learn about how the Stream APIs provide
- ways to work with collections as streams of objects. You'll examine
- how operations such as filter, map, and foreach can be applied to
- collections by treating them as streams of data elements. Next,
- you'll learn how to use both anonymous inner class objects and
- lambda functions with streams, how to define predicates, and how to
- chain multiple stream operators together into a single pipeline
- that ends with a terminal operator returning a result. Next, you'll
- discover the differences between terminal and non-terminal
- operations, as well as between two different types of terminal
- operations - reduce and collect operations. Finally, you'll see how
- collect operations can be used to perform extremely complex
- operations on collections with minimal code.
Advanced Features in Java: Using Built-in Annotations
In this course, you'll learn how annotations are defined and
- used in Java. You'll explore three popular built-in annotations,
- the @Override, @Deprecated, and @SuppressWarnings built-in
- annotations. Next, you'll examine how the @Override annotation is a
- valuable aid in detecting and fixing typos in the names of
- overridden methods, and crucially, helps to detect such issues at
- compile-time rather than at run-time. Then you'll explore the
- @Deprecated annotation and see how if you mark a class, method, or
- variable with the @Deprecated annotation, Java will issue an
- appropriate warning when you reference that element. You'll also
- learn about the @SuppressWarnings annotation, which does exactly
- what its name suggests, and for that reason ought to be used only
- with extreme caution, if at all. The @SuppressWarnings annotation
- allows the selective suppression of different types of warnings.
- You can also entirely eliminate all compiler warnings using
- @SuppressWarnings annotation with the "all" input argument, but
- this is quite dangerous and is an especially egregious programming
Advanced Features in Java: Using Custom Annotations
In this course, you'll learn about two advanced built-in
- annotations, @SafeVarargs and @FunctionalInterface, before moving
- on to defining and using your own custom annotations. You'll begin
- with @SafeVarargs and see that it is purely indicative and does not
- imply any added compiler checks, so it is important to not be
- lulled into a false sense of security about methods that have been
- decorated with this annotation. Next, you'll move to another
- built-in annotation, @FunctionalInterface. This is used to decorate
- interfaces that contain exactly one abstract method. Finally,
- you'll learn how to define and use custom annotations. This will
- involve a detailed study of target and retention policies. The
- retention policy determines whether the annotation will be
- preserved only in source code, into compiled bytecode, or all the
- way to runtime. Finally, you'll see how the target policy governs
- what code elements - fields, methods, constructors, type
- parameters, and classes - can be decorated with an annotation.
Advanced Features in Java: Using Generic Type Parameters
In this course, you'll learn how type parameters can be used to
- combine type safety and code re-use. You'll see how type parameters
- can be specified for either for classes or for individual methods
- of classes. You'll learn that while instantiating objects of those
- classes, or while invoking those methods, you can pencil in type
- arguments in place of those type parameters. You'll cover defining
- type parameters, using classes and methods with type parameters, as
- well as conventions and rules that apply to such parameters. You'll
- then explore the raw type that lies beneath any class or method
- with a type parameter. Java creates just one single copy of such
- code, and pencils in a type parameter of java.lang.Object. Java
- also adds various type checks to ensure that the code is used
- correctly - this is known as type erasure, and forms the basis of
- the great performance of Java generics. Finally, you'll move on to
- the use of constraints on type parameters and see how these are
- achieved using Bounded Type Parameters. Using bounds, it is
- possible to exercise fine-grained control over the ensure that the
- type argument - for instance to specify that it must be a numeric
Advanced Features in Java: Wildcards and Type Capture
In this course, you'll explore how wildcards and type capture
- work, as well as how type erasure manifests itself in compiled
- bytecode. You'll start by examining how the wildcard operator,
- represented in syntax by the ? character, can be used in situations
- where you don't know up-front what type argument to specify for a
- particular type parameter. Next, you'll learn the three types of
- wildcard type parameters. Unbounded wildcards, where you know
- nothing at all about the type; upper bounded wildcards, which
- define type parameters that must inherit from a specific base class
- or interface; and finally lower bounded wildcards, which can be
- used to specify constraints in the other direction - namely that
- the type must be a super-class of a specified type. Next, you'll
- see that capture errors occur when Java is unable to infer the
- correct type to pencil in as the type argument for a given type
- parameter. Finally, you'll examine bytecode to see that whenever
- you create a class or method with a type parameter, Java creates
- just one single copy of such code, and pencils in a type parameter
- of java.lang.Object. It also adds various type checks to ensure
- that the code is used correctly. This is known as type erasure and
- forms the basis of the great performance of Java generics.
We offer several optional training products to enhance your learning experience. If you are planning to use our training course in preperation for an official exam then whe highly recommend using these optional training products to ensure an optimal learning experience. Sometimes there is only a practice exam or/and practice lab available.
Optional practice exam (trial exam)
To supplement this training course you may add a special practice exam. This practice exam comprises a number of trial exams which are very similar to the real exam, both in terms of form and content. This is the ultimate way to test whether you are ready for the exam.
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