Java programmers have found Adapters and Decorators to be helpful in Java web development. These “wrappers” perform exceptionally well when combine with java based application in a variety of situations to be implementation. Sometimes we need to wrap a few more objects than the one we are actually wrapping and therefore a Java programmer needs to convert between the wrapper and the wrapped object to differentiate both of the collection.
For a simple preview of how java developers do this one can take this simple test of wrapping a Java class with a MOVIE representation and to wrap this take another Class called MOVIEWRAPPER. Now check it out in the image below.
Now have a look at Movie Wrapper in the images below
After coding for the wrapper and Wrapped object with the given article, Movie and Movie wrapper classes as defined earlier a java programmer has to convert a collection of these into a collection of other. Programmers need to make an approach for converting a collection of Movie objects into a collection of Moviewrapper objects to perform on the Movie objects’ source collection and add each one to Moviewrapper objects collection.
Conversion Of Wrapped Objects In To Wrapper Objects As Discussed
The same can be done with JDK 8 as shown here
Conversion of wrapped objects in to wrapper objects as discussed through JDK 8
Conversion of wrapper objects in to wrapped objects as discussed
Conversion of wrapper objects in to wrapped objects through JDK 8 as discussed
With above examples’ help, a Java development team can convert a wrapper object into a wrapped one this way. If you face any troubles implementing this tutorial, let us know by leaving comments below, our java web development team would be happy to assist you.