I have updated my Java Iterable tutorial - among other things with an explanation of the forEach() method which is an alternative way to iterate the elements of a Java Iterable.
The RionObjectWriter can serialize Java objects into RION - our fast, compact, versatile binary data format. The RionObjectWriter tutorial now explains how to write both acyclic and cyclic object graphs into RION.
The Java Iterator tutorial has been updated to cover everything you need to know about the Iterator interface. Did you know about the Iterator forEachRemaining() method?
The Java Stack class is a class stack implementation like you know them from an algorithms and data structures class. The Java Stack tutorial has received another round of updates, so it is now more precise.
The RionObjectReader can read RION Object fields representing single objects or acyclic and/or cyclic object graphs.
A Java Record is a class representing an immutable data record using a concise syntax. Java Records is a new feature in Java 14. This Java Record tutorial explains how records work.
I have updated my Java Collections introduction, with among other things a link to my Java Collections tutorial video playlist.
The RION Ops for Java RionReader component enables you to read RION data fields reasonably easily, and with high performance. The RionReader tutorial now explains how to traverse a RION Table field.
The RION Ops for Java RionWriter component enables you to write RION data fields reasonably easily, and with high performance. Now this tutorial also explains how to write RION Table fields.
Following release 0.11.0 of RION Ops, the Java toolkit for working with our compact, fast, versatile data format RION, I have updated the introduction to the RION Ops toolkit. More updates coming!