Top 10 Spring MVC and REST Annotations with Examples for Java Programmers

Hello guys, welcome to my third article on exploring essential annotations from the Spring framework, the most popular framework for Java development. In the first article, I have shared some of the most useful Spring Framework annotations, which were based upon Core Spring functionalities like dependency injection, inversion of control, and configuration, and in the second article, we have learned about important Spring Cloud annotations like @EnableConfigServer, @EnableEurekaSever, and @EnableDiscoveryClient. Now that you know those essential Spring annotations it's time to move towards Spring MVC and REST, one of the most used parts of Spring Framework.

Top 10 Online Courses to learn Data Structure and Algorithms in Java Programming - Best of Lot

Hello guys, In the past, I have shared a lot of useful resources like books and tutorials to learn Data Structure and Algorithms in Java. I have also shared a lot of Data Structure and Algorithmic interview questions like this and their solutions in Java, but I have constantly got queries about excellent courses to learn Data Structure and Algorithms in Java. Even though the topics are completely independent with the programming language, Java developer definitely likes the online courses which teach Data Structure and Algorithms in Java and that's why my recent post about best algorithms courses, which includes algorithms courses from JavaScript and Python didn't impress my readers.

How to use Queue Collection in Java? An example Tutorial

The JDK provides an implementation of several data structure in Java collection framework, e.g., ArrayList is a dynamic array, LinkedList represents a linked list, HashMap represents a hash table data structure, and Queue interface represent queue data structure. Btw, If you are not familiar with data structure itself, then you can also see Introduction to Data Structures & Algorithms in Java, an excellent course to start with the essential data structure in Java. The Queue data structure allows you to process elements in the first in first out order, and that's why it is also known as a FIFO data structure. In order to provide first in primary out functionality, it allows you to insert data at one end and delete data from other ends, also known as consuming data. If you need to process objects in the FIFO order, you can use a Queue to store them.