Introduction of Java

Java is a object oriented programming language was develop in 1995 by James Gosling.
The following is the feature of Java:

  • Object-Oriented Programming: Understanding the principles of encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism in Java.
  • Platform Independence: The "Write Once, Run Anywhere" mantra of Java and how it achieves cross-platform compatibility.
  • Robust and Secure: Java's focus on runtime error handling and built-in security features.
  • Automatic Memory Management: The role of Java's garbage collector in managing memory allocation and deallocation.
  • Rich Standard Library: Exploring the extensive set of pre-built classes and APIs available in the Java Standard Library.
  • Multithreading and Concurrency: Java's support for concurrent programming and managing multiple threads of execution.
Java Applications
  • Desktop Applications: Building graphical user interfaces (GUI) with Java Swing and JavaFX.
  • Web Applications: Overview of Java-based web frameworks (e.g., Java Servlets, JavaServer Pages) and application servers.
  • Mobile Applications: Introduction to Android app development using Java.
  • Enterprise Applications: Java's role in developing robust and scalable enterprise systems with technologies like Java EE.
  • Internet of Things (IoT) Applications: Java's usage in IoT devices and platforms.
Java Ecosystem
  • Java Virtual Machine (JVM): Understanding the role of JVM in executing Java bytecode.
  • Java Development Kit (JDK): Overview of JDK components and tools for Java development.
  • Java Standard Edition (Java SE): Exploring the core libraries and features provided by Java SE.
  • Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE): Introduction to Java EE and its use in building enterprise applications.
  • Java Community and Resources: Discovering the vibrant Java community, forums, documentation, and learning resources.