Ultimate Java Part 2: Object-oriented Programming
Learn to build robust, maintainable software with object-oriented programming techniques
What is Object-oriented Programming (OOP)?
Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a popular programming paradigm or style of programming. It’s been around since ‘70s, but unlike tools and frameworks that come and go, OOP is still very relevant today. That’s because it’s not a programming language or a tool. It’s a style of programming.
Why learn OOP?
OOP helps you manage and reduce complexity in software by building re-usable building blocks (objects). Properly designed objects provide a simple interface and hide the unnecessary complexity from the outside, just like a DVD player! A DVD player has a complex logic board on the inside and a few buttons on the outside. When you press the play button, you don’t care how all those microchips talk to each other.
Object-oriented programming helps you:
- Manage and reduce complexity
- Eliminate redundant code
- Build re-usable building blocks
- Write cleaner code
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Start1- Introduction (0:42)
Start2- Classes and Objects (3:13)
Start3- Creating Classes (4:24)
Start4- Creating Objects (4:30)
Start5- Memory Allocation (3:53)
Start6- Procedural Programming (5:37)
Start7- Encapsulation (4:37)
Start8- Getters and Setters - Title (7:27)
Start9- Abstraction (2:24)
Start10- Coupling (4:18)
Start11- Reducing Coupling (7:17)
Start12- Constructors (5:13)
Start13- Method Overloading (2:52)
Start14- Constructor Overloading (2:44)
Start15- Static Members (4:21)
Start16- Classes Quiz
Start17- Summary (0:50)
Start1- Introduction (0:54)
Start2- The Problem (2:40)
Start3- What Classes Do We Need? (3:41)
Start4- Extracting the Console Class (2:58)
Start5- Overloading Methods (2:39)
Start6- Extracting the MortgageReport Class (1:25)
Start7- Extracting the MortgageCalculator Class (6:17)
Start8- Moving Away from Static Members (5:55)
Start9- Moving Static Fields (2:18)
Start10- Extracting Duplicate Logic (4:56)
Start11- Extracting getRemainingBalances - Title (6:13)
Start12- One Last Touch (2:01)
StartA Quick Note
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