Learning Path Java 9 Programming With Java 9 Free Download

Learning Path Java 9 Programming With Java 9 Free Download

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Incorporate the most recent version of Java by learning to code using Java 9

What you’ll learn

Learn the functional aspects of Java 9 programming

Learn about the Reactive aspects of Java 9 programming

Learn about the latest Lambda expressions

Learn about the new Stream operators


Basic knowledge about Java and its previous versions is required to excel in this Learning Path.


If you’re a programmer who wants to stay updated according to the industry standards, then this Learning Path is for you.

Java 9 is the most recent update to the list of Java languages. Java 9 is the successor of Java 8 and this version is making a lot of developers happy due to a variety of reasons. Java 9 incorporates a plethora of new changes like the Java platform module system, restructuring the JDKs and JREs run modules, defining a new URI scheme for naming modules, classes, and so on.

In this Learning Path, you will learn functional and reactive programming using Java 9. functional programming includes the introduction to functional Programming and installation.

Application development with Java 9 can be summarized in these words:

More Power; Less Code.

Under reactive programming, you will get to learn about the basics of reactive programming and understand the Flow API. You will also get to learn about the various operators, and learn about the unit and concurrency testing used in reactive programming. You will also learn about Lambda expressions, Stream operations, sequential data processing and parallel streams.

By the end of this Learning Path, you will be able to successfully write powerful functional and reactive programs with the help of Java 9.

About the Author

For this course, we have combined the best works of this esteemed author

Marco Faella is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy. He has taught classes on Java programming, compiler construction, and software eeering to undergraduate and graduate students since 2005. He is the author of over 50 scientific publications in international conferences and journals. He has also developed scientific software in C, OCaml, Python, and Java. Marco is fluent in C, C, OCaml, Python, and Java and has contributed to the Parma Polyhedra Library, a well-known scientific library for the symbolic manipulation of polyhedra.

Manuel Vicente Vivo is a Senior Associate Software Eeer at Capital One. He is involved in all kind of decisions regarding the Mobile product. He had an opportunity to do some API and Mobile development (both Android and iOS) and automation testing and also wrote few articles about RxJava (1 and 2) that are quite popular. He is interested in functional programming. Manuel has spoken in conferences about Rx Java. He always looks for perfection, and he believes that having an application that is well tested and with a really defined structure makes a huge difference.


Section 1: Functional Programming with Streams in Java 9

Lecture 1 The Course Overview

Lecture 2 Installation and Setup

Lecture 3 What Is Functional Programming?

Lecture 4 Interfaces Get a Boost

Lecture 5 Some Interfaces Are More Functional Than Others

Lecture 6 Writing Your First Lambda Expression

Lecture 7 Typing Lambda Expressions

Lecture 8 Capturing Values

Lecture 9 Method References

Lecture 10 Pre-Existing Functional Interfaces

Lecture 11 New Functional Interfaces

Lecture 12 Functional Interfaces for Primitive Types

Lecture 13 Composing Functions

Lecture 14 Comparing Streams, Collections, and Iterators

Lecture 15 Creating a Stream

Lecture 16 Understanding Lazy Evaluation

Lecture 17 Streams as Monads

Lecture 18 Filtering Stream Elements

Lecture 19 Transfog and Rearrag Stream Elements

Lecture 20 Basic Teal Operations

Lecture 21 Reductions and Collectors

Lecture 22 Streams of Primitive Types

Lecture 23 Recognizing and Avoiding Statefulness and Side Effects

Lecture 24 Using Parallel Streams

Lecture 25 Looking Under the Hood: The fork-join Framework

Lecture 26 2D Collision Detection

Lecture 27 Two-Phase Collision Detection

Section 2: Reactive Java 9

Lecture 28 The Course Overview

Lecture 29 Installing R

Lecture 30 What is Reactive Programming?

Lecture 31 Benefits of Reactive Programming

Lecture 32 Reactive Explained in a Simple Way

Lecture 33 Reactive Streams

Lecture 34 Java 9 Features

Lecture 35 Flow API

Lecture 36 Functional Programming

Lecture 37 Introduction

Lecture 38 Back Pressure

Lecture 39 Reactive Streams Implementation

Lecture 40 Marble Diagrams

Lecture 41 Operators 1/2

Lecture 42 Operators 2/2

Lecture 43 Creating Sources

Lecture 44 Observing Sources

Lecture 45 Concurrency

Lecture 46 Unit Testing

Lecture 47 Introduction to Akka

Lecture 48 Reactive Concepts

Lecture 49 Graphs

Lecture 50 Error Handling

Lecture 51 Introducing Spring and Jersey

Lecture 52 Importing Libraries and the Project Setup

Lecture 53 Communicating with External APIs

Lecture 54 Responding to the Client

Lecture 55 Unit Testing

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