Top 10 June '21 Java Articles to Read Now
Read about the 10 most popular articles from the Java zone with topics covering String formatting, validation, Java scheduler, interview questions, and more!
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Java is one of the most used programming languages around the globe. With biannual releases, Java is always adapting and introducing new exciting updates. How awesome would it be to find the top trending Java articles in one place so that you can always stay up to date with the latest developments? We dug into Google analytics to find the top 10 most popular Java articles in June. Let's get started!
10. Java Getter and Setter: Basics, Common Mistakes, and Best Practices
Become informed on the getters and setters in Java, and the best practices you can follow while using them.
9. Working With the Java Scheduler
Want to know how to schedule tasks in Java? Learn all about Java Scheduler with code examples, and schedule tasks in Java.
8. Java Thread Tutorial: Creating Threads and Multithreading in Java
Understanding Thread in Java is a step towards multitasking. This tutorial covers everything about Java threads and multithreading.
7. Validation in Java Applications
Want to learn more about implementing data validations in Java applications? Check out this post to learn more about data validation using the CUBA Platform.
6. Best Practices for Exception Handling In Spring Boot
Exception handling is an important aspect of any application. Spring Boot Exception handling provides a centralized way to manage exceptions.
5. Multi-Threading in Spring Boot Using CompletableFuture
Use Spring Boot CompletableFuture to implement multithreading in Java applications.
4. Using the Spring @RequestMapping Annotation
As often as Springs @RequestMapping annotation is used, few recognize its versatility. Learn more about @RequestMapping Annotation when it is used to map Spring MVC controller methods.
3. 50+ Java Interview Questions for Programmers
Prepare for a Java interview and answer questions confidently with more than 50 frequently asked interview questions and answers.
2. Java 8: Map, Filter, and Collect Examples
Learn how to use the Map and Filter functions in Java 8 to transform and filter elements of objects.
1. Java String Format Examples
Always forgeting the Java String formatting specifiers? Here's a reference to the various flags you can use.
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