Software development plays a major role in software success. To achieve good software development, it is very important to use coding best practices and write clean code. In this post, we will discuss several Java coding standards with secure coding practices that will produce high-quality software. I feel anyone can write code, but a good developer always follows the Java best practices, including writing clean code. So that in the future anyone can maintain and enhance the functionality. To enhance your coding skills, there are many free coding practice sites available that show the best way to write code in Java. But here we will show some unique ways to write a good code. You can learn from our website (JavaGoal.com) as well as our youtube channel. Where we make you understand coding standards, practice coding, and clean code examples.
The if statement in Java is used for decision-making. You can read the if statement with the program example from here. But the most important part of any topic is the best practices. So let’s read the Best practices for if statements.
Every developer uses the Collection in Java, and you must face different challenges or doubts in Java collection. In this post, we will discuss the most common operation on ArrayList, traversing. Java provides several ways to iterate an ArrayList, but one question comes to mind. Which is the Best way to iterate ArrayList in Java?
Immutable collections are famous due to several advantages like thread safety, functional programming, cacheable and more. If you are not familiar with Immutable collections, you can read the Immutable collections in Java from here. But How should we create an immutable collection in Java? Which is the best way to create an immutable collection in Java?