- Paperback: 520 pages
- Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (April 27, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1484225910
- ISBN-13: 978-1484225912
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.2 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #946,003 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Java 9 Revealed: For Early Adoption and Migration 1st ed. Edition
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“Java 9 revealed: for early adoption and migration gives a rather complete description of what Java 9 will be all about. The description is accompanied by detailed instructions on how to guide your code migration … . People concerned with Java 9 should definitely read the book. It does a great job at smoothly and incrementally presenting the complexity of Java 9.” (Computing Reviews, August, 2017)
From the Back Cover
- Develop Java applications using new the module system introduced in Java 9
- Use the JShell tool in Java 9 for quick prototyping
- Learn how to use the Reactive Streams API in Java 9
- Discover what is new in the Process API
- Inspect a thread's stack with the Stack-Walking API
- Learn about the new layout of the modular JDK/JRE runtime image
- Use the jlink tool to create a custom runtime image
- Learn about the breaking changes in Java 9
- Create collections with the new convenience factory methods
- Work with HTML5 Javadoc
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Java 9 is due for release later in the summer 2017. One key new feature of this release is a modular system for encapsulating software applications. Most of Mr. Sharan's book, as he notes in his introduction, is devoted to describing how modules work. Another new feature of Java is JShell, which is what the name connotes, a command-line tool that permits a programmer to execute Java code without first compiling it, then running the compiled code. It is an interpreter, like the shells that provide the user interface in UNIX/Linux operating systems. Other new features of Java include an addition to the Stream API, additions to the Collections framework, an HTTP Client API, among a few others. Mr. Sharan addresses all of these new features in his book. I have so far skimmed the book, reading in some detail about the modular system, which is the primary enhancement to Java in this new version. As I read more of the book in detail, I will add to this review.
Now Mr.Sharan has done a great job with his new book about Java 9. He covers topics of Java 9 and especially the java module system which is 9 chapters. I think it is an excellent book if you want to adopt and migrate to Java 9 and it is worth reading it.