Modern Java: Second Edition
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Modern Java: Second Edition

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Last updated on 2018-08-18

About the Book

Who is this for?

This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about Java programming up to and including Java 8 and 9.

Praise for "What's New in Java 8"

If you're just getting to Java 8, I definitely recommend @adamldavis' book -- very concise and helpful. -Fred Jonsson

What is covered?

Java and the JVM platform have made huge strides in the past several years. In Project Lambda, Java got lambda expressions, method-references, and default and static methods on interfaces. Java 9 adds modularity, jshell, and Reactive support. At the same time, many new frameworks have reached full maturity and vastly improved over the previous models for building, testing, and developing web applications.

This book will help you understand:

  • Java 9, including: Project Jigsaw, JShell, language updates, and Reactive support.
  • Java 8, including: Project Lambda, the new Date-Time API, Streams, default methods, Nashorn, and more.
  • Concurrent programming such as Akka, Fork/Join, Futures, Promises, Parallel Streams, and RxJava.
  • Great web frameworks in Java, such as SpringBoot, Spark, Play, and Ratpack.
  • The fundamentals of Groovy and how it can improve your Java projects.
  • Testing with JUnit and Spock.
  • Building with Gradle.
  • Much more...

Disclaimer

Java is a registered trademark of Oracle. You can find Java here on Oracle's website.

Table of Contents

  •  
    • Introduction
      • Always be learning
      • Who is this book for?
      • What is this book about?
      • What this book is not about
    • Starting Out
  • Part I: Java
    • Java
      • History
      • Open-ness
      • The Java Ecosystem
    • Java Syntax and Conventions
      • Java JDK
      • Primitives and Arrays
      • Classes
      • Properties and Methods
      • Comments
      • Java 5
      • Java 6
    • Java 7
      • Language Updates
      • Fork/Join
      • New IO (nio)
      • JVM Benefits
      • Performance Benefits
      • Backwards Compatibility
    • Idiomatic Java 8: Lambdas, Streams, and Dates
      • Lambda Expressions
      • Comparisons to Java 7
      • Default Methods
      • Default and Functional
      • Multiple Defaults
      • Static Methods on Interface
      • Streams
      • For Each
      • Map/Filter/Reduce
      • Parallel Array
      • Peek
      • Limit
      • Sort
      • Collectors and Statistics
      • Grouping and Partitioning
      • Comparisons to Java 7
      • Optional
      • Nashorn
    • New Date and Time API
      • New Classes
      • Creation
      • Enums
      • Clock
      • Period and Duration
      • Temporal Adjusters
      • Instant
      • Time Zones
      • Backwards Compatibility
    • Java 8 Miscellaneous
      • Base64
      • No More Permanent Generation
      • Annotations on Java Types
      • Repeating Annotations
      • Functional Programming in Java 8
      • Backports
    • Advantages of Java 9
      • Language Updates
      • Concurrency
      • Modularity
      • JShell
  • Part II: The Java Ecosystem
    • Ecosystem Overview
      • Continuous Development and Testing
    • Maven
      • What is Maven?
      • Using Maven
      • Starting a New Project
      • Lifecycle
      • Executing Code
      • Deploying to Maven Central
    • JUnit
      • What is JUnit?
      • Hamcrest
      • Assumptions
      • Parameterized Tests
      • JUnit Theories
    • Utilizing Essential Libraries
    • Logback
      • Using SLF4J
      • Configuration
      • MDC
    • Hibernate
      • Starting Out
      • Mappings
      • HQL
      • Configuration
    • Guava
      • Collections
      • Objects
      • Concurrency
      • Functional Programming
      • Optional
      • Other Useful Classes
    • Modern Java Concurrency
      • State of Concurrent Programming in Java
      • Prominent Models for Concurrency
      • Synchronize in Java
      • Java Futures
      • STM in Clojure
      • Actors
      • Groovy GPars
    • RxJava
      • Flowable
      • Parallel Computing
      • Schedulers
      • Publishers
      • Hot and Cold
  • Part III: JVM Languages
    • Other JVM Languages
      • Why use non-Java Languages?
      • Polyglot Programming
      • Edge-Craft
      • Java.next(): Groovy vs. Scala
    • Groovy
      • What is Groovy?
      • Compact Syntax
      • List and Map Definitions
      • Easy Properties
      • GString
      • Closures
      • A Better Switch
      • Gotcha’s
      • Command Chains
      • Modules
      • Static Type Checking
      • Invoke Dynamic Support in Groovy
    • The Groovy Ecosystem
      • Web and UI Frameworks
      • Cloud Computing Frameworks
      • Build Frameworks
      • Testing Frameworks/Code Analysis
      • Concurrency
      • Others
    • Gradle
      • Projects and Tasks
      • Plugins
      • Configuring a Task
      • Extra Configuration
      • Maven Dependencies
      • Gradle Properties
      • Multiproject builds
      • File Operations
      • Exploring
      • Summary
    • Spock
      • Introduction
      • A Simple Test
      • Mocking
      • Lists or Tables of Data
      • Expecting Exceptions
      • Conclusion
    • Scala
      • What is Scala?
      • Hello World
      • Everything’s an object
      • Everything’s an expression
      • Match is Switch on Steroids
      • Traits as Mixins
      • List and Apply
      • Tuples
      • Maps
      • For Expressions
      • A Brief History of Scala
      • Conclusion
    • The Scala Ecosystem
      • Web Frameworks
      • ORM Frameworks
      • Build frameworks
      • Testing frameworks/Code Analysis
      • Concurrency
  • Part IV: The Web
    • RESTful
      • REST in Groovy
      • REST in Scala
      • JAX-RS 1.0
      • JAX-RS 2.0
    • Microservices and Clouds
      • Microservices
      • JVM Clouds
    • Grails
      • What is Grails?
      • Quick Overview of Grails
      • Plugins
      • REST in Grails
      • Short History of Grails
      • Testing
      • Cache Plugin
      • Grails Wrapper
      • Cloud
    • Spark
      • Getting Started
      • Routes
      • Filters
      • Sessions, Cookies, and More
    • Spring Boot
      • Gradle Plugin
      • SpringBootApplication
      • Auto-Cofiguration
      • Actuator
      • Rest Controller
      • Devtools
      • Conclusion
    • Play Framework
      • What is Play?
      • Quick Overview of Play
      • Controllers, Views, Forms
      • ORM
      • Play 1.x
      • Play 2.0
      • Getting Started
    • Ratpack
      • Script
      • Java Main
      • Gradle
      • Ratpack Layout
      • Handlers
      • Rendering
      • JSON
      • Bindings
      • Blocking
      • Configuration
      • Testing
      • Summary
    • Final Thoughts
      • The State of the JVM
      • The Future
      • Contact the Author
    • Appendix: Groovy for Java Devs
    • Appendix: Scala for Java Devs
    • Java 8 Cheatsheet
      • Lambda Syntax
      • Method References
      • Functional Interfaces under java.util.function
    • Java 9 Cheatsheet
      • Modularity (Project Jigsaw)
      • Language updates
      • Support for Reactive
      • Java REPL (jshell)
      • Other Features
    • Contact the Author
  • Notes

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About the Author

Adam L. Davis
Adam L. Davis

Adam Davis makes software. He's spent many years developing in Java (since Java 1.2) and has enjoyed using Spring and Hibernate. Since 2006 he's been using Groovy and Grails in addition to Java to create SaaS web applications that help track finances for large institutions (among other things). Adam has a Masters and a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.

http://adamldavis.com

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