Java

Complete Guide to the Immutables Java Library

Immutability means that an object’s state is constant after the initialization. It cannot change afterward. When we pass an object into a method, we pass the reference to that object.

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Common Operations on Java Collections

Collections are containers to group multiple items in a single unit. For example, a collection can represent a stack of books, products of a category, a queue of text messages, etc.

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Java Features from Java 8 to Java 17

A lot has changed in Java from its beginnings in 1995 until today. Java 8 was a revolutionary release that put Java back on the pedestal of the best programming languages.

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Creating Hashes in Java

A hash is a piece of text computed with a cryptographic hashing function. It is used for various purposes mainly in the security realm like securely storing sensitive information and safeguarding data integrity.

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Comparison of Java HTTP Clients

Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application-layer protocol for transmitting hypermedia documents, such as HTML, and API payloads in a standard format like JSON and XML.

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Timeouts with Spring Boot and Resilience4j

In this series so far, we have learned how to use the Resilience4j Retry, RateLimiter, TimeLimiter, Bulkhead, Circuitbreaker core modules and also seen its Spring Boot support for the Retry and the RateLimiter modules.

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