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Java Training Course Modules
Java Language, OOPS, Programming:
- Introduction to Java and OOPS
- Java Tokens- Comments, Identifiers, Keywords, Separators
- Working with Java Editor Softwares – Editplus, NetBeans, Eclipse
- Packages with static imports
- Working with jar.
- Modifiers – File level, Access level and Non-access level.
- Datatypes, Literals, Variables, Type Conversion, Casting & Promotion
- Reading runtime values from keyboard and Properties File
- Operators and Control Statements
- Method and Types of methods
- Variable and Types of Variables
- Constructor and Types of constructors
- Block and Types of Blocks
- Declarations, Invocations and Executions
- Compiler & JVM Architecture with Reflection API
- Static Members and their execution control flow
- Non-Static Members and their execution control flow
- Final Variables and their rules.
- Classes and types of classes.
- Oops –Fundamentals, Models, Relations and Principles.
- Coupling and Cohesion (MVC and LCRP Architectures).
- Types of objects & Garbage Collection.
- Arrays and Var-arg types
- Enum and Annotation
- Design Patterns
Java API and Project
- API & API Documentation
- Fundamental Classes – Object, Class, System, Runtime
- String Handling
- Exception Handling and Assertions
- Multithreading with JVM Architecture
- IO Streams (File IO)
- Networking (Socket Programming)
- Wrapper Classes with Auto boxing & unboxing
- Collections with Generics
- Java 5, 6, 7, 8 new features
- Inner classes
- AWT, Swings, Applet
- Regular Expressions
- Formatting date, time (java.text package)
Advanced Java Training Course Overview
- Introduction to JDBC
- JDBC architecture
- java.sql Package
- Connection, Statement, ResultSet
- Prepared Statement
- Callable Statement
- Scrollable and Updatable ResultSet
- Batch Updates
- Simple Transaction Management
- Four Levels of JDBC drivers, their pros & cons
- Features of JDBC 3.0/4.0
- Need of Server side Programming
- Introduction to Servlets
- Servlet Life Cycle
- javax.servlet package
- ServletConfig, ServletContext, ServletResponse
- Supplying initialization parameters to Servlets
- Performing database operations in Servlets
- Include and forward mechanisms
- Applying filters to Servlets
- javax.servlet.http Package
- HttpServlet Life Cycle
- Http request methods GET vs POST
- HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse
- Dealing with Http headers & error codes
- Session Tracking, purpose
- Hidden form fields, Cookies
- Http Session, URL rewriting
- Event listeners
- Web application security
- Disadvantages of Servlets
- Introduction to JSP
- JSP Life Cycle
- Creating dynamic Web content with JSP
- Scripting elements
- XML syntax for JSP elements
- JSP directives page, include and taglib
- JSP implicit objects
- JSP scopes
- Include and forward mechanism
- Using a Java bean in a JSP
- JSP Model 1 architecture
- JSP Model 2 (MVC) architecture
- Custom Tag Development
- Classic Tags, Simple Tags
- Error Handling in a JSP
- Expression Language
- Processing XML in a JSP