Author: Ronak Janawa

Time To Learn About Partially-Applied Function in Scala

Reading Time: 3 minutes Pattern Matching in Scala can extend to create Partially-Applied functions, a unary function that does not support every possible value that meets the input type. Partial functions are only for certain domains of input values. Partially Applied functions The Partially-Applied functions are the functions that are not applied on all the arguments defined by the stated function i.e while invoking a function, we can supply some of the arguments Continue Reading

Let’s Learn About Scala Anonymous Functions And Its Use Case

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction to Scala Anonymous Function A function that does not contain any name or a function without a name is called an anonymous function in scala. This anonymous function is also called a function literal. Inside the anonymous function, we can write our logic and define our function. We can create a very lightweight function also if we can create an inline function. Syntax The Continue Reading

Understanding About JavaFx and JavaFX Libraries

Reading Time: 7 minutes JavaFx Introduction JavaFX is a set of graphics and media packages that enables developers to design, create, test, debug, and deploy rich client applications that operate consistently across diverse platforms. To develop GUI Applications using Java programming language, the programmers rely on libraries such as Advanced Windowing Toolkit and Swing. After the advent of JavaFX, these Java programmers can now develop GUI applications effectively with rich content. Key Features:- Java Continue Reading