Since 2004, the Java programming language has included generics within J2SE. Generics go beyond type-safe collections and can be used to create methods and types, as well as add type-awareness to collections and other container-like classes, without breaking flexibility.
Java adopts almost all Object-oriented concepts, but constrains some Object-oriented concepts, like inheritance. Learn about Java’s perspective on Object Oriented concepts, as well as Java coding conventions.
Object-oriented programming was created to describe and simulate complex systems. Learn the purpose behind basic Object-orientation concepts, how they function, why you should use Object-orientation in your programming, and more.