SoloLearn's Learn Java is a comprehensive guide to one of the most popular programming languages in the world. And here's a bonus: Learn Java is FREE!
The lessons in Learn Java lessons are fast, easy, and effective; the app is set up to be completed in less than three hours. No prior programming experience is needed.
With Learn Java, you’ll learn object-oriented Java programming and have the ability to write clear and valid code in almost no time at all. So don't hesitate. Begin our step-by-step tutorial today, and learn a new skill!
The app's 64 lessons cover the following topics:
• Java Basics: Variables, Operators, etc.
• Conditional Statements and Loops
• Classes and Objects
• Encapsulation, Polymorphism, and Inheritance
• Abstract Classes and Interfaces
• Anonymous and Inner Classes
• Exception Handling
• Working with Files
• And Much More!
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Ratings and Reviews
No complains so far
I have two learn-programming apps right now; Learn Python and Learn Java.
I have absolutely no complain about thee two apps because they teach well step by step, and utilizes the most amazing thing - comment section.
At first I was very iffy on the whole comment section, because I have had awful experience with so-called internet community. But it turns out that programming community, especially for this app, is full of amazing educated people who are willing to reach out and help. I really appreciate that.
Could use some more detail and in-depth exercises. I took two semesters of Java last year and feel I came to know the language very well, as I was always going way beyond what was required just because I enjoyed tinkering with it so much. This app is a good refresher, but lacks real depth. I wouldn't expect to know the language or fully understand key concepts from this app alone. I'm currently taking C++ after using an app for that over the summer to learn it, so I feel I can say what I have here with some legitimacy.
Favorite specific tutorials
I'm a programmer who's eager to revisit familiar concepts and get familiarized with new tutorials that I might not have touched on while learning java. That being said, I think it would be a great idea if a user can carry a list of specific tutorials. Whether the user favorites a specific one because she/he liked it, or whether the user simply wants to revisit a listed tutorial. 🤘🏽
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.