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Make sure your Java code is error free. Learn how to integrate JUnit with popular tools and IDEs (Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ, and Maven), and conduct unit testing for Java applications.
Learn how to manage multi-module projects with Apache Maven, the Java build automation and project management tool.
The best way to learn is to do: Learn Java by doing! Walk through four Java programming challenges with step-by-step solutions.
Maven makes Java programming easier! Learn how to use Maven for build automation, reporting, and document management.
Get an introduction to Java programming while you learn to develop Java applications for various runtimes—desktop, web, and mobile—with Eclipse in this Java tutorial.
Get a quick overview of the different flavors of Java—SE, EE, and ME—and find out which platform is right for your development workflow.
Find the best IDE (integrated development environment) for coding in Java with this extensive overview of the most popular IDEs: NetBeans, IntelliJ, BlueJ, Eclipse, and JDeveloper.
Learn how to develop graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for enterprise apps with JavaFX.
Take your Java skills to the next level by leveraging some of the most popular design patterns and APIs for the Android SDK.
Explore Java SE, the language used to build mobile apps, desktop and web applications, and more.
Taking a college-level programming course? Maximize your learning with these Java tutorials.
Get started programming in Java with this three-hour capsule course. Learn how to create classes, control program logic and flow, and build basic graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
Explore solutions to common Java programming challenges, and compare the results with other programming languages, in the Code Clinic series.
Learn how to build your own simple JavaBeans and get programming tips for developing enterprise-level applications that are scalable, cross-compatible, and less demanding of server resources.
Get started creating basic servlets and Facelets and building simple data-management applications with Java EE.
Take a tour of the new features in Java SE 8, including lambda expressions, the Stream and DateTime APIs, and Nashorn.
Explore the concepts, syntax, commands, and tools that allow you to communicate and share data between applications with Java EE web services.
Identifies seven object-oriented design patterns (including the singleton, observer, decorator, and factory patterns) that make your development process faster and easier.
Learn how to create and parse XML with a variety of Java APIs and libraries, including DOM, SAX, JAXB, and more.
Create datacentric apps for Android devices, using SQLite, Java, and the built-in android.database packages from the Android SDK.
Describes how to read and manage data from relational databases such as MySQL and SQL Server using the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API in applications programmed with Java.
Expand your programming skills and get more out of Java, with platform- and framework-neutral tutorials that are useful for building web, mobile, and desktop applications.
Introduces object-oriented terms like abstraction and inheritance and shows how to define requirements and use cases and create a conceptual model of your application.
An introduction to developing Java applications for various runtime environments.
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