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By tamanm
Submitted: Jul 07 2013 / 19:47

In my previous article, I have introduced all of the new functionalities, features and APIs, which shipped are with Java SE 7 release, and here we will see how to migrate or re-write your old IO to new NIO.2 code. In my daily projects I am developing, I am depending extensively on I/O usage for exchanging files among my systems for integration, and there are a lot of boilerplate code, validations, exceptions checking and security related issues. Therefor I have decided to refactor my code especially critical one to Java SE 7 NIO.2 APIs. In this article, I will show you a quick guide on how to refactor and map your legacy IO (Input/Output) code, which is prior to Java SE 7 ( class was the only mechanism used for file I/O), to the new java.nio.file APIs which comes with rich and tremendous functionalities as part of Java SE 7 and above...... More on post... happy reading
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