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ANDROID TRAINING

ANDROID leads the application development field by far today. It is utilized today as a building and operating system in major smart phones of the world. It devises a wide-range of software applications for cell phone devices in the field of operating systems and crucial mobile applications. It also offers access to a number of useful libraries and tools that are used to build rich applications. Moreover, there are entire customary tools built from scratch in this application. This demonstrates the standing of the android operating system in today’s mobile-centric world. The smartphone devices are here to stay for a long time and they get improved in a timely manner which means that there is a scope of constant growth in this field. It is world’s most popular operating system for smart electronic devices. The authenticity and importance of Android increases by leaps and bounds since it is owned by Google.[…]

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9 new features in Java 9

The defining feature for Java 9 is an all-new module system. When codebases grow larger, the odds of creating complicated, tangled “spaghetti code” increase exponentially. There are two fundamental problems: It is hard to truly encapsulate code, and there is no notion of explicit dependencies between different parts (JAR files) of a system. Every public class can be accessed by any other public class on the classpath, leading to inadvertent usage of classes that weren’t meant to be public API. Furthermore, the classpath itself is problematic: How do you know whether all the required JARs are there, or if there are duplicate entries? The module system addresses both issues.[…]

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4 Secrets to being a developer

Web Developer writes codes and runs websites which includes server side code as well as codes that run in web browsers. The server code includes fetching data from databases and services, transforming it into HTML and serving HTTP requests from browsers. There are many programming languages and frameworks that can be used to do this, including PHP, Python, Perl, JavaScript, Java, Ruby etc. Browser code includes rendering web pages, styling it using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), user interactions and linking pages.[…]