Category: Java

Why we need design patterns? in 3 category

Why do we need design patterns? The blunt answer is we don’t want to reinvent the wheel! Problems that occur frequently enough in tech life usually have well-defined solutions, which are flexible, modular, and more understandable. These solutions when abstracted away from the tactical details become design patterns.

Lets dockerize the MERN stack application with 1 file in easily

This article of dockerize the MERN stack application with 1 file What is the MERN stack? The MERN stack is a JavaScript stack intended to make...

Encapsulation In 2 Easy Steps

What is Encapsulation In object-oriented programming (OOP), encapsulation is one of the basic principles. It explains the concept of bundling data and methods within one...

Get all about inheritance in Java with all 5 types

what is inheritance in OOPS ? Inheritance is a mechanism in which the child class acquires parent class properties. Why we use inheritance in our project or code ? Inheritance supports the idea of “reusability”, i.e. When...

Polymorphism in java-1 of the most important Concept of OOPS

What is Polymorphism ? Polymorphism is the ability to perform different operation in different scenarios. Sometimes, the polymorphism is based on the input parameters...

Abstraction-one of the most important feature of 4 pillars of OOPS

What is abstraction ? Abstraction is the practice of hiding from the outside world the internal information of an application. To explain things in simple terms, abstraction is used. It's used to establish a boundary between the client systems and the application. This is Real world example Let 's take the first example of a vehicle that abstracts the internal information and reveals only those data to the driver that are important to the driver's interaction with the vehicle. Like we are giving only break and accelerator, don't give any internal working of it. What are the different abstraction types? There...

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