A comprehensive course in Java that covers JSP, JDBC, Servlets, Swing, Maven, and Spring Boot using real world examples
- Knowledge Of JAVA
Why you should learn Java Programming Language
Here is the list of 10 reasons
1. Java is Easy to learn
Java is one of the best programming languages for this reason, which many people may find surprising. With a steep learning curve, you will not be able to be productive in a short amount of time, which is the case with most professional projects.
Java is easy to read and learn because its syntax is more like English with no magic characters, including Generics angle brackets.
2. Java is an Object-Oriented Programming Language
An additional reason for Java’s popularity is the fact that it is an Object-Oriented Programming language. With OOP, you can more easily develop your applications while keeping the system flexible, extensible, and modular.
Java makes use of all those concepts once you are familiar with OOP concepts like abstraction, encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance. Java itself embodies many best practices and design patterns in its library.
3. Java has Rich API
One of the reasons for Java’s success is its rich API, which comes with Java installation. Most importantly, Java is highly visible due to its presence.
In the beginning, I used to code Applets, and in those days, Applets offered excellent animation capabilities, which amazed new programmers like us, who were used to using Turbo C++ editors.
4. Powerful development tools e.g., Eclipse, Netbeans
Eclipse and Netbeans have played a crucial role in making Java one of the best programming languages. IDE programming is a pleasure, especially if you’ve formerly programmed in DOS Editor or Notepad.
As well as aiding in code completion, they provide powerful debugging capabilities, an essential component of real-world development. Integrated Development Environment (IDE) made Java development much more comfortable, faster, and fluent. The use of an IDE makes searching and refactoring code easy.
5. Great collection of Open Source libraries
Libraries open to the public ensure Java should be used everywhere. Several organizations have contributed great libraries to make Java development easier, faster, and more cost-effective, such as Apache, Google, and others.
Several frameworks, such as Spring, Struts, and Maven, ensure that Java development follows the best practices of software craftsmanship, promotes the use of design patterns, and assists Java developers with their work.
6. Wonderful Community Support
There is no doubt that Java’s most significant strength is its thriving community. Regardless of how good a language is, it cannot survive without a community to support, help, and share its knowledge.
Java has been very fortunate in that it has many active forums, StackOverflow, open-source organizations, and several Java user groups to help everyone.
7. Java is FREE
Don’t you agree that people love FREE stuff? COST is therefore an important consideration when learning programming languages or implementing technology in an organization. You don’t need to pay anything for Java applications since the language is free.
8. Excellent documentation support – Javadocs
I was amazed when I saw Javadoc for the first time. It is a great piece of documentation that offers many details about the Java API. I think it is the most important reason, why Java is my favorite programming language, and without this documentation, Java would not be so popular.
9. Java is Platform Independent
In the 1990s, Java’s popularity was largely attributed to this reason. The idea that Java is platform independent is great, and the tagline “write once, run anywhere” and the acronym “WORA” have attracted lots of new development in Java.
10. Java is Everywhere
Yes, Java is everywhere, it’s on desktops, mobiles, cards, it’s on almost everything. And Java programmers are almost everywhere as well. Professionals who program in Java outnumber those who program in all other languages combined.
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
Who this course is for:
- Beginners In JAVA
Created by Engineering .Org.In
Last updated 8/2021
Size: 7.3 GB