Modular Programming in Java 9

Modular Programming in Java 9
Modular Programming in Java 9
English | 29 Aug. 2017 | ISBN: 1787126900 | ASIN: B01MR90YR1 | 298 Pages | AZW3 | 6.19 MB

Key Features
Master design patterns and best practices to build truly modular applications in Java 9
Upgrade your old Java code to Java 9 with ease
Build and run a smooth functioning multi-module application.
Book Description
The Java 9 module system is an important addition to the language that affects the way we design, write, and organize code and libraries in Java. It provides a new way to achieve maintainable code by the encapsulation of Java types, as well as a way to write better libraries that have clear interfaces. Effectively using the module system requires an understanding of how modules work and what the best practices of creating modules are.
This book will give you step-by-step instructions to create new modules as well as migrate code from earlier versions of Java to the Java 9 module system. You'll be working on a fully modular sample application and add features to it as you learn about Java modules. You'll learn how to create module definitions, setup inter-module dependencies, and use the built-in modules from the modular JDK. You will also learn about module resolution and how to use jlink to generate custom runtime images.
We will end our journey by taking a look at the road ahead. You will learn some powerful best practices that will help you as you start building modular applications. You will also learn how to upgrade an existing Java 8 codebase to Java 9, handle issues with libraries, and how to test Java 9 applications.
What you will learn
Get introduced to the concept of modules and modular programming by working on a fully modular Java application
Build and configure your own Java 9 modules
Work with multiple modules and establish inter-module dependencies
Understand and use the principles of encapsulation, readability, and accessibility
Use jlink to generate fully loaded custom runtime images like a pro
Discover the best practices to help you write awesome modules that are a joy to use and maintain
Upgrade your old Java code to use the new Java 9 module system
About the Author
Koushik Kothagal is the founder of Java Brains, an online training website that offers courses on various enterprise Java and javascript technologies entirely for free. He works as a Senior Staff Engineer at Financial Engines. He has over 14 years of professional experience working on full-stack web applications and has worked extensively with technologies such as Java, Spring, Java EE, javascript, and Angular. He loves teaching, and when he's not coding Java and javascript, he's probably teaching it! He currently lives in the Bay Area.
Table of Contents
What's Java modularity all about?
Writing your first Java module
Handling inter-module dependencies
Introducing the modular JDK
Using Platform APIs
Module resolution, accessibility and readability
Introducing Services
Understanding linking and using jlink
Module design patterns and strategies
Upgrading your code to Java 9
Java 9 and OSGi
Using build systems and testing Java modules

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Modular Programming in Java 9
Modular Programming in Java 9
English | 29 Aug. 2017 | ISBN: 1787126900 | ASIN: B01MR90YR1 | 298 Pages | AZW3 | 6.19 MB

Key Features
Master design patterns and best practices to build truly modular applications in Java 9
Upgrade your old Java code to Java 9 with ease
Build and run a smooth functioning multi-module application.
Book Description
The Java 9 module system is an important addition to the language that affects the way we design, write, and organize code and libraries in Java. It provides a new way to achieve maintainable code by the encapsulation of Java types, as well as a way to write better libraries that have clear interfaces. Effectively using the module system requires an understanding of how modules work and what the best practices of creating modules are.
This book will give you step-by-step instructions to create new modules as well as migrate code from earlier versions of Java to the Java 9 module system. You'll be working on a fully modular sample application and add features to it as you learn about Java modules. You'll learn how to create module definitions, setup inter-module dependencies, and use the built-in modules from the modular JDK. You will also learn about module resolution and how to use jlink to generate custom runtime images.
We will end our journey by taking a look at the road ahead. You will learn some powerful best practices that will help you as you start building modular applications. You will also learn how to upgrade an existing Java 8 codebase to Java 9, handle issues with libraries, and how to test Java 9 applications.
What you will learn
Get introduced to the concept of modules and modular programming by working on a fully modular Java application
Build and configure your own Java 9 modules
Work with multiple modules and establish inter-module dependencies
Understand and use the principles of encapsulation, readability, and accessibility
Use jlink to generate fully loaded custom runtime images like a pro
Discover the best practices to help you write awesome modules that are a joy to use and maintain
Upgrade your old Java code to use the new Java 9 module system
About the Author
Koushik Kothagal is the founder of Java Brains, an online training website that offers courses on various enterprise Java and javascript technologies entirely for free. He works as a Senior Staff Engineer at Financial Engines. He has over 14 years of professional experience working on full-stack web applications and has worked extensively with technologies such as Java, Spring, Java EE, javascript, and Angular. He loves teaching, and when he's not coding Java and javascript, he's probably teaching it! He currently lives in the Bay Area.
Table of Contents
What's Java modularity all about?
Writing your first Java module
Handling inter-module dependencies
Introducing the modular JDK
Using Platform APIs
Module resolution, accessibility and readability
Introducing Services
Understanding linking and using jlink
Module design patterns and strategies
Upgrading your code to Java 9
Java 9 and OSGi
Using build systems and testing Java modules

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