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Question for Kishori regarding Java 8 books || Book difference query

 
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Hi Kishori

Thanks for writing 3 books for Java community. It would certainly help Java aspirants for learning Java.
Please let us know the demarcation/differences between all these 3 books.

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Abhay Agarwal
 
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Hello Abhay,
The fist book "Beginning Java 8 Fundamentals" covers the basics of programming in Java such as writing the first java program, data types, statements, operators, classes, etc. The second book "Beginning Java 8 Language Features" starts where the first book left off; it covers intermediate-level essential topics in Java. The third book "Beginning Java APIs, Extensions and Libraries" covers advanced topics such as Network programming, RMI, JavaFX, JNI, and Nashorn.
 
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Thanks for the reply
 
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