10 Books Java Developers Should Read in 2018 - Best Of Lot

Hello guys, If you are Java developer and wondering what to read in 2018 then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share 10 books on Java, Spring, and related technology a Java developer can read. I have included books for both experienced Java developer who is more inclined to learn about architecture stuff,  developing for Cloud, MicroService, Java 9, and Spring 5 features and thinking of learning Kotlin to improve their productivity, but I have not forgotten to junior and less experienced Java developers or some who are thinking to start their journey into Java world in 2018.

How to copy elements of one array to another array in Java - Arrays.copyOf and Arrays.copyOfRange Example

There are multiple ways to copy elements from one array in Java e.g. you can manually copy elements by using a loop, create a clone of the array, use Arrays.copyOf() method or System.arrayCopy() to start copying elements from one array to another in Java. Even though both allow you to copy elements from source to destination array, the Arrays.copyOf() is much easier to use as it takes the just original array and the length of the new array. But, this means you cannot copy subarray using this method because you are not specifying to and from an index, but don't worry there is another method in the java.util.Arrays class to copy elements from one index to other in Java, the Arrays.copyOfRange() method. Both methods are overloaded to copy different types of array.

Top 10 Open Source Frameworks and Libraries for Java Web Developers

Java programming language and Platform has been very lucky in terms of frameworks, standards, and libraries, I guess which is one of the important reason for its huge success. Apart from standard frameworks like Swing for desktop GUI application, JavaFX, Servlets and JSP, EJB, and JSF, there are lot more open source framework and libraries available for Java programmers. These Open source framework, not only helps and speed up development but also enforce to use best practices required to build enterprise Java application and desktop application. Frameworks like Spring, which in my opinion gives a much-needed boost to Java platform, enforces dependency Injection design principle at the core, which is key to build loosely coupled system.