Created by Eeering .Org.In | Last updated 7/2021
Duration: 6h 1m | 4 sections | 27 lectures | Video: 1280x720, 44 KHz | 2.69 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub
Java is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language that was designed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems in 1991.
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Knowledge Of JAVA
The compilation of the Java applications results in the bytecode that can be run on any platform using the Java Virtual Machine. Because of this, Java is also known as a WORA (write once, run anywhere) language.
In modern s, Java is one of the most popular programming languages as it can be used to design customized applications that are light and fast and serve a variety of purposes. According to the TIOBE Index for April 2019, Java is the number one programming language.
Moving down, you will find the top 10 reasons that will elaborate on why to learn Java
1. Java's Popularity and High Salary:\nJava is one of the most popular languages in the world. It is used by some 9 million developers and it runs on around 7 billion devices worldwide according to Oracle blogs. Because of the high demand for Java, Java developers are also quite sought after and they hold some of the most high-paying jobs in the industry. The average salary of a Java Developer lies between $47,169 to $106,610 per year.
2. Java is Easy to Learn:\nJava is quite easy to learn and can be understood in a short span of as it has a syntax similar to English.
3. Java has a Large Community:\nThere is a large online community of Java users rag from bner, advanced and even expert levels that are particularly helpful in case any support is required. Some of the online communities for learning purposes are StackOverflow, Java Forums, etc. Also, there is a lot of resources available on the internet regarding Java.
4. Java has an abundant API:\nJava has an abundant Application Programming Interface (API) that includes many Java classes, packages, interfaces, etc. This is useful for constructing applications without necessarily knowing their inside implementations.
Java has mainly three types of API i.e. Official Java core API's, Optional official Java API's and Unofficial API's. These API's overall are used for almost everything including networking, I/O, databases, media, XML parsing, speech synthesis, etc.
5. Java has multiple Open Source Libraries:\nOpen source libraries have resources that can be copied, studied, changed, shared, etc. There are multiple open source libraries in Java such as JHipster, Maven, Google Guava, Apache Commons, etc. that can be used to make Java development easier, cheaper and faster.
6. Java has Powerful Development Tools:\nThere are many Integrated development environments (IDE's) in Java that provides various facilities for software development to programmers. Powerful Java IDE's such as Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA, etc. play a big role in the success of Java.\nThese IDE's provide many facilities such as debugging, syntax highlighting, code completion, language support, automated refactoring, etc. that make coding in Java easier and faster.\nJava has created a base for the Android operating system and opted around 90% fortune 500 companies for develop a lot of back-end applications. Also, it plays a great role in Apache Hadoop data processing, Web Services, and Windows Azure, etc.
7. Java is Free of Cost:\nOne of the reasons Java is very popular among individual programmers is that it is available under the Oracle Binary Code License (BCL) free of charge. This means that Java is free for development and test environments, but for commercial purposes, a small fee is required.
8. Java is Platform Independent:\nJava is platform-independent as the Java source code is converted to byte code by the compiler which can then be executed on any platform using the Java Virtual Machine. Java is also known as a WORA (write once, run anywhere) language because it is platform-independent.
Also, the development of most Java applications occurs in a Windows environment while they are run on a UNIX platform because of the platform-independent nature of Java.
9. Java has great Documentation Support:\nThe documentation support for Java is excellent using Javadoc which is the documentation generator for Java. It uses the Java source code to generate the API documentation in HTML format. So, Javadoc provides a great reference while coding in Java so that understanding the code is quite simple.
10. Java is Versatile:\nJava is very versatile as it is used for programming applications on the web, mobile, desktop, etc. using different platforms. Also, Java has many features such as dynamic coding, multiple security features, platform-independent characteristics, network-centric designing, etc. that make it quite versatile.
Who this course is for:Bners In JAVA