Java 9 Features (JShell, Immutable List, Set, Map, Private methods in Interfaces etc), pcoming exciting features of Java 9, including most awaited REPL (JShell), Immutable List, Set, Map, Private methods in Interfaces and much more.
Java 8 is an extremely advanced and most awaited release of the Java development platform. It includes many huge upgrades to the Java programming model by introducing functional programming with the help of lambda expressions and other powerful libraries like Streams.
Here is a complete list of Java 8 tutorial that explains the basic-to-advanced features of Java 8 and their usage in a simple and intuitive way.
In this series of Java 8 tutorials we will see Java 8 Streams, Lambda, Functional Interface and other important Java 8 features with example and complete code.
Java 8 Lambda Expressions (Functional Interfaces, Variable Capture, Method References, Default Methods)
In this article we will discuss about most exiting release of Java ever, Java 8 and its new features like Lambda expressions and Streams. In this particular section we will come to know syntax and functioning of Java 8 Lambdas.
In this article we will see, what are Lambda Expressions in Java 8, Why and How to use them ?, What are functional interfaces and relation between lambda expressions and functional interfaces.
In Java 8 we can use forEcah to iterate over a list or map of objects, we will use Employee" class list employees and employeesMap as example to iterate over it using java 8 lambd
In Java 8 we can filter a List/Collection using Java 8 Streamss filter(), we will use Employee class list employees to filter and collect result in a list.
In this article we will see how to convert a Java 8 stream of one type to another type, we will use Employee class list employees to be converted into various other forms:
In this article we will see how to use allMatch() and anyMatch() functions in java 8 with examples, while using as intermediate functions in a stream.