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How does HTTP Request is handled in Spring MVC? DispatcherServlet Example Tutorial

One of the common interview questions in Spring MVC is, how does the DispatcherServlet process a request in Spring MVC? or What is the role of DispatcherServlet in the Spring MVC framework? This is an excellent question for any Java or Spring web developer because it exposed the candidate's knowledge about Spring MVC architecture and how its main components like Model, View, and Controller.   The answers to this question show how much you know about the Spring MVC framework and its working. 

Difference between HashMap vs TreeMap vs LinkedHashMap in Java

Hello guys, if you are wondering what is difference between HashMap, TreeMap and LinkedHashMap in Java and  when to use HashMap, TreeMap and LinkedHashMap in Java then you are at the right place. Earlier, I have shared difference between HashSet, TreeSet, and LinkedHashSet and in this article, I will explain the difference between these three common Map implementation HashMsp, TreeMap, and LinkedHashMap. Though all three classes like HashMap, LinkedHashMap and TreeMap are implementation of java.util.Map interface, there is some functionality difference between them. Perhaps most notable difference between them comes from their iteration order. HashMap makes absolute no guarantee about in which order you can iterate their keys, any application depending upon iteration order of HashMap is fragile, because it can change anytime. In fact, in Java 7, iteration order of HashMap is different than Java 6. 

Difference between @RequestParam vs @RequestBody in Spring MVC? (with Example)

Hello everyone, in this article, we are going to look at an interesting topic from the Java Spring framework and the topic is, to find the difference between @RequestBody and @RequestParam. If you don't know this is one of the frequently asked Spring MVC interview question and also two of the most used annotation when creating backend of a Java web application in Spring Framework. Earlier, I have explained difference between @RequestBody and @ResponseBody in Spring MVC and REST APIs, and in this article, I am going to tell you the difference between @RequestBody and @RequestParam annotation in Spring Framework. It is worth noting that these two annotations are frequently used in Spring Boot REST API.

How to Convert a List to Map in Java 8 - Example Tutorial

One of the common tasks in Java programming is to convert a list to a map and I have written about this in the past and today we'll see how Java 8 makes this task easier. Btw, be it Java 7 or Java 8, you need to keep something in mind while converting a list to a map because they are two different data structures and have completely different properties. For example, the List interface in Java allows duplicate elements but keys in a Map must be unique, the value can be duplicated but a duplicate key may cause a problem in Java 8. This means a List with duplicates cannot be directly converted into Map without handling the duplicate values properly. 

Difference Between Iterator and Enumeration In Java

What is the difference between Iterator and Enumeration in Java is one of the oldest core Java Interview Questions. While I haven't seen this question for a long time, I still think its an important concept to know and remember for Java developers, especially those who are tasked to work in existing project which may be using Enumeration. The Iterator and Enumeration are two interfaces in Java and used for traversing in java collection we found these two interface in the java.util package .whenever we go for an interview if interviewer goes in collection topic he will often ask the difference between this two .so let's see one by one difference between this two and compare which is used when and which one is better.

How to use Stream and Lambda Expressions to write better code in Java? Examples

Hello guys, writing Clean Code in Java has always been my passion, more so after reading the Clean Code book by legendary author Uncle Bob Martin. I always look for ways to make my concise yet more readable but sometimes Java's verbose nature comes into the way. Thankfully after the introduction of powerful features like Lambda expression and Stream API, writing clean code in Java has become much easier. Streams enable the user to combine commands in some sort of pipeline just like we combine Linux commands using pipe and result in high-quality code which describes what you are doing instead of how to do things.

What is Default or Defender Methods in Java 8? Tutorial Example

Whenever someone talks about Java 8, the first thing they speak about is lambda expression and how lambda expression has changed the way you use Collections API today. In truth, lambda expression would not be that useful had language not been enhanced to support default methods on Java Interface. Also known as virtual extension or defender methods, they allow you to declare a non-abstract method inside the Java interface. This means, finally you can add new methods without breaking all classes, which implements a certain interface. This opens a new path for enhancing and evolving the existing Collection API to take advantage of lambda expressions. For example, now you can iterate over all elements of Collection in just one line, as opposed to four lines it requires you to do prior to Java 8.

11 Examples of LocalDate, LocalTime, and LocalDateTime in Java 8

Hello guys, if you are wondering how to use LocalDate, LocalTime, and LocalDateTime classes from Java's new Date and Time API then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared best Java 8 courses, books, and Java 8 interview questions and in this article, I Am going to share common examples of LocalDateTime, LocalDate, and LocalTime class in Java. It's been many years since Java SE 8 was released and Java 8 adoption has come a long way. Java programmers around the world have accepted with both ends, many companies have switched their development on Java 8 and several others are migrating to Java 8 platform.

How to Convert Stream to List, Set, and Collection in Java 8? Example Tutorial

Hello guys, if you are wondering how to convert a Stream to List, Set, Map, or any other Collection class in Java then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared best Stream and Collection courses, and books as well as many Stream tutorials and in this article, I will tell you how exactly you can use Collectors to convert a Stream to List, Set, Map, or any other Collection class in Java. if you are following Java releases then you know that introduction of the Stream class is one of the most important addition in Java 8 as it makes processing bulk data really easy. Since data is the core part of any application and probably is the most important thing now than ever, a good knowledge of how to use Stream class effectively is important like how to work between Collections and Stream classes.