Tag Archives: Java

Observer design pattern in Java

The Observer design pattern is a Behavioral design pattern that defines a one-to-many dependency between objects so that when one object changes state, all its dependent objects (observers) are notified and updated automatically. This pattern is also known as the Publish-Subscribe pattern. Observer design pattern real world example Let’s understand the observer design pattern with… Read More »

Java Memory Management: Ultimate Guide for Performance and Optimization

Java Memory management in Java refers to the process of handling computer memory (RAM) effectively and efficiently to store and manage objects created during the execution of a Java program. It involves allocating memory to new objects when they are created and freeing up memory from objects that are no longer needed (garbage collection) to… Read More »

How to make YAML to Java object

YAML stands for YAML Ain’t Markup Language also know as Yet Another Markup Language, It is a popular configuration format used to define application properties and settings in a more human-readable manner. It is an alternative to the traditional properties file format (.properties), commonly used in Java applications. In this tutorial, we will learn to… Read More »