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sathya reddy
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Hey people, Can anybody share the links to free advance java video tutorials? it will be a great help cause i'm unable to find some good content.......
Thanks in Advance...........
 
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A few follow up questions:
  • What exactly do you mean by advance?
  • What aspects of Java are you looking into?
  • Are you looking to become certified in something e.g. Spring, JSP, OCA 1Z0-808, OCP 1Z0-809, etc?
  • Have you tried YouTube.com?
  • Why videos and not books or web sites?
  • Some resources can be found here https://coderanch.com/c/books, however they may not be free.
  • Have you tried the Official Oracle Java Trails, which can be found here https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/
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    sathya reddy
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    i am done with YouTube.com but you might know some of them were good content might be available..........I want video tutorials of AWT,swing,and all other designing and UI ...
     
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    sathya reddy wrote:i am done with YouTube.com

    You must have a lot of spare time to have reviewed every programming video on YouTube!! Well done!
     
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    Tim Cooke wrote:
    sathya reddy wrote:i am done with YouTube.com

    You must have a lot of spare time to have reviewed every programming video on YouTube!! Well done!

    Yeah, i guess i had a lot of spare time but now that i don't find some new content or advanced java tutorials on YouTube......i thought you guys could help me out
     
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    Okay, so UI is what it's at for you at the moment.

    There are some free, not video tutorials on Swing here https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/

    I do not have any other resources for you however I do have a few thoughts and questions listed below for you to think about.

    There are a few things with UI that you may not be aware of, then again you may be.
    I'm speaking about HTML/web but I'm pretty sure that some of this is transferable.

    If you are looking at creating UI then you may want to look into advancing your skills in PhotoShop (not free) or GIMP (free).
    When I worked for a web site company they had the designers first create mock ups of the site using PhotoShop.
    They had them layout colors, text elements, images etc.
    Once that was done they the mock ups were transformed into HTML and CSS.
    After it was HTML and CSS parts where then programmed.
    I suspect that the same process could be used for creating programs.

    You mentioned AWT and Swing, however I believe that JavaFX is the newest UI framework for Java, perhaps this is something that may interest you.

    I know that there is a whole 'art' to creating good UI/UX and I know that this is a skill that I'm lacking.

    Do you have any specific apps in mind that you want to create?
    In general are you satisfied with your UI/UX building skills, when you don't need to concern yourself with Java or programming?
    Perhaps there are some free resources on how to become increase your UI/UX skills which do not explicitly list Java but can be used in Java?
     
    It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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