Java 8 New Features In Simple Way
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Java 8 New Features In Simple Way

Direct Class Room Videos To give Left and Right Anywhere about Lambda Expressions,Streams and More
4.6 (4,643 ratings)
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Created by DURGASOFT DURGA
Last updated 7/2019
English
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This course includes
  • 20.5 hours on-demand video
  • 9 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Student can learn complete picture about new features introduced as the part of Java 1.8
  • 1. Lambda Expressions 2. Functional Interfaces 3. Default methods in Interface 4. Static Methods in Interfaces. 5. Predicate 6. Function 7. Consumer 8. Supplier 9. Method Refernce & Constructor Reference by Double Colon(::) Operator. 10. Stream API 11. Date & Time API ( Joda API)
Requirements
  • It's desirable to have some minimum basic knowledge of Java
Description

Java 8 is one of the major and more prestigious version from Java. In this video tutorials we covered every topic  in detail on the board and on the system with live execution. Definitely you can feel like you are learning in class room directly from the instructor. As the part of this course we are covering     the following 11 topics.

1. Lambda Expressions
2. Functional Interfaces
3. Default methods in Interface
4. Static Methods in Interfaces.
5. Predicate
6. Function
7. Consumer
8. Supplier
9. Method Reference & Constructor Reference by Double Colon(::) Operator.
10. Stream API
11. Date & Time API ( Joda API)

After completing this video course, we are sure, you will be in a position to give left and right anywhere about these new features.

Who this course is for:
  • Academic Students who are having Java Course in their Curriculum
  • Java Programmers who are fancy about Java New Features
Course content
Expand all 93 lectures 20:33:25
+ Lambda Expressions & Functional Interfaces
10 lectures 02:38:58
How to Write Lambda expressions- Part-1
13:38
How to Write Lambda expressions -Part-2
15:00
Functional Interface
16:44
@FunctionalInterface Annotation
17:53
@FunctionalInterface Annotation wrt Inheritance
11:41
Invoking Lambda Expression By using Functional Interface example-1
12:44
Invoking Lambda Expression By using Functional Interface examples-2,3,4
21:26
Invoking Lambda Expression By using Functional Interface example-5
19:56
Functional Interface,Lambda Expression Summary
21:02
+ Lambda Expressions with Collections
8 lectures 01:34:17
Comparator interface & compare method
09:07
Sorting Elements of List without Lambda Expression
20:18
Sorting Elements of ArrayList with Lambda Expression
07:55
Sorting Elements of TreeSet with Lambda Expression
09:06
Sorting Elements of TreeMap with Lambda Expression
09:09
Sorting of Our own class objects with Lambda Expression
13:02
+ Anonymous Inner Classes & Lambda Expressions
4 lectures 01:15:13
Anonymous Inner class vs Lambda Expression Par-1
19:07
Anonymous Inner class vs Lambda Expression Par-2
10:58
Anonymous Inner class vs Lambda Expression Par-3
18:54
+ Predefined Functional Interfaces -Predicate
12 lectures 02:34:39
Predefined Functional Interfaces-Predicate Part-1
12:40
Predefined Functional Interfaces-Predicate Part-2
17:16
Predefined Functional Interfaces-Predicate Part-3
09:12
Predefined Functional Interfaces-Predicate Joining
14:03
Program to display names starts with 'K' by using Predicate
07:38
Predicate Example to Remove null values and Empty String from the given List?
09:38
Program for User Authentication by using Predicate
12:35
Program to Check Whether Software Engineer is allowed into Pub or not?
12:43
Employee Management Application by using Predicate Part-1
20:49
Employee Management Application by using Predicate Part-2
10:53
Employee Management Application by using Predicate Part-3
15:29
Predicate interface isEqual() method
11:43
+ Predefined Functional Interfaces -Function
9 lectures 01:46:17
Predefined Functional Interfaces-Function
20:47
Program to remove spaces present in the given String by using Function
12:42
Program to find Student Grade by using Function
19:12
Progarm to find Total Monthly Salary of All Employees by using Function
08:52
Progarm to perform Salary Increment for Employees by using Predicate & Function
10:12
Function Chaining
11:54
Demo program to Demonstrate the difference between andThen() and compose()
05:18
Demo Program for User Authentication by using Function Chaining
12:31
Function interface Static Method : identity()
04:49
+ Predefined Functional Interfaces -Consumer
4 lectures 47:46
Consumer Introduction
08:16
Program to display Movie Information by using Consumer
10:23
Program to display Student Information by using Predicate,Function and Consumer
18:11
Consumer Chaining
10:56
+ Predefined Functional Interfaces - Supplier
6 lectures 53:11
Supplier Introduction
09:34
Program to get System Date by using Supplier
04:18
Program to get Random Name by using Supplier
07:17
Program to get Random OTP by using Supplier
08:56
Program to get Random Password by using Supplier
15:48
+ Two-Argument (Bi) Functional Interfaces- BiPredicate, BiFunction & BiConsumer
8 lectures 01:01:51
Introduction
10:29
BiPredicate
07:19
BiFunction
06:06
Creation of Student object by taking name and rollno as input with BiFunction
06:20
Calculate Monthly Salary With Employee and TimeSheet By using BiFunction
07:25
BiConsumer
07:04
Demo Program to Increment Employee Salary by using BiFunction & BiConsumer
10:52
Comparison Table between One-Argument & Two-Argument Functional Interfaces
06:16