Java 8 introduced a new feature called Streams which is a powerful and efficient way to process collections of data.
Learn about the essential annotations in Java - @NotEmpty, @NotNull, and @NotBlank - and how to use them to validate your data and ensure its integrity.
This Java cheatsheet covers some of the most commonly used features and syntax in the Java programming language, including data types, control flow statements, arrays, classes and objects, inheritance, interfaces, and exception handling.
There are different ways to use Java to read a Text File. Let's see some of the methods we can use Java to read the contents of a file
Since version 9, Java has new features every 6 months and it’s very hard to keep track of these new changes. If you’re thinking about migrating to a specific Java version is recommended to make a complete diff of APIs between selected Java versions.
Spring is one of the most widely used frameworks for developing enterprise applications, providing a robust programming and configuration model. This guide walks you through the process of creating a “Hello, World” RESTful web service with Spring Boot.
Eclipse introduced Xtend, a new programming language for Java developers. Xtend is not meant to replace Java all together but to be a convenient alternative in situations where Java need some hard work! How Xtend works