This video goes into where to find Java documentation.
- [Instructor] It recently occurred to me…that I don't really explain where I find…a lot of my Java documentation.…When working on my Java courses for our library,…I often find myself researching the internet…to make sure I have the most recent version…of the Java methods, classes and interfaces.…The main source of information…is the Java API documentation from Oracle.…In case you weren't aware,…Oracle is currently working on the next release of Java…which will be Java 9.…
At that time once it's released,…I will definitely make sure…I check out the API documentation…to see what new classes or methods or interfaces…have been introduced as well as if any of the existing…classes, methods, packages have been deprecated.…Let's take a look at how you can find this information.…I'm going to switch over to a Windows Explorer screen.…I'm using Microsoft Edge…and I'm going to type in a search criteria.…I'm going to say Java API documentation.…
All right so I'm going to click on Java 7 API documentation.…When I do that,…it takes me to the Java doc here that's for in this case,…
In this course, explore data structures in the Java language. Follow Peggy Fisher as she introduces you to several types of commonly-used data structures in Java. Peggy explores ArrayLists and LinkedLists, both of which implement the List interface, which extends the Collection interface and allows you to access list elements in a specific order. She also goes into the Vector, Stack, and Queue collection classes. To help you better understand these new concepts, Peggy wraps up the course with a challenge—creating a grocery list—and provides a solution for that challenge.
- Reviewing the types of data structures
- Working with the Collection interface and Iterable interface
- Working with ArrayLists and LinkedLists
- Using the Vector, Stack, and Queue collection classes