Database Actions Using Java 8 Stream Syntax Instead of SQL
Why should you need to use SQL when the same semantics can be derived directly from Java 8 streams? This article shows how the resemblance between streams and SQL commands can be used to gain ultra-fast access to data.
Ever wanted to quickly create a web application connected to your existing database or build a professional application with short time-to-market requirements? The Java Stream API has unleashed the possibility to write database queries in pure Java.
BackgroundMaps are used ubiquitously in almost all Java applications. There are several built-in implementations of the Map interface tailored for different purposes. All these Map implementations rely on calculating a
BackgroundIn the package java.util.concurrent there are numerous classes that enables concurrent access to various objects and data structures. However, there is a lack of a concurrent Set in the standard libraries.