Java and J2EE Training in Bangalore

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About Java

Java is a general purpose programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented and particularly designed to have very few implementation dependencies. It is intended to let developers “write once, run anywhere” which implies that compiled Java code can run on all platforms that support Java without the need for recompilation. Java and J2EE Training at Apponix is designed for students and professionals who want to be a Java Developer. This course which will cover both core and advanced Java concepts like Java Array, Collections, Database connectivity, Threads, Exception Handling, JSP, Servlets, XML handling etc. You will also learn J2EE.

What are the objectives of learning Java from apponix?

  • Programming in the Java programming language
  • Knowledge of object-oriented paradigm in the Java programming language,
  • The use of Java in a variety of technologies and on different platforms.
  • Knowledge of the structure and model of the Java programming language, (knowledge)
  • Use the Java programming language for various programming technologies (understanding)
  • develop software in the Java programming language, (application)
  • Evaluate user requirements for software functionality required to decide whether the Java programming language can meet user requirements (analysis)
  • Propose the use of certain technologies by implementing them in the Java programming language to solve the given problem (synthesis)
  • Choose an engineering approach to solving problems, starting from the acquired knowledge of programming and knowledge of operating systems. (evaluation)

Why you should take up Java and J2EE Course?

For the below reasons

  • Java is quite popular as a Programming Language in the Industry so you can get good opportunities; the number of oppurtunities is vast.
  • Java can be used to implement any kind of software. It may be an Enterprise Application, a Website, a Desktop application, a Search Engine or a Gadget.
  • Java is a secure platform, credits to its Virtual Machine. This is one among the primary reasons organizations worldwide are using this Language. So it’s here to stay for long.
  • Android App Development is gaining momentum and popularity and if you are familiar with Java then learning Android will be easier for you.

How we standout among other training institutes ?

@ Apponix @ Other institutes
Course fees Very competitive and affordable. Most of the institutes provide at less fees but compromise with the quality of the training
Placement assistance We have a dedicated HR team to help students in placement and tied with leading job portals. Most of the institutes may make false promises
Dedicated HR team Yes None
Working Professionals as trainers Yes Very Few
Trainers Experience Min 7+ Years experience Most of the institutes hire full time trainers with very less real time experience
Student Web Portal We have a dedicated students portal where you will find course materials and technical questions hr questions prepared by it professionals None
Class Room Infrastructure All classrooms are Air conditined to make sure our students feel comfortable Very few institutes
Reference Pay We pay Rs 1000 for every student you refer. None
Pay After Job Yes, for most of the courses students can pay part of the fees after they get a job None, You need to pay full fess before joining
Instalments Yes its very flexible, you can pay the fees in installments, we understand the finacial situation of the students Very few institutes
Lab Infrastructure For most of the courses each student is given with laptop or desktop throughout the course None
Who are our trainers?
IT consultants,IT project managers, Solutions Architects, Technical Leads Most of the institutes hire full time trainers with very little experience
Student’s Ratings 5 ***** ratings from more than 4000 students Mixed
Trust & Credibility  Very High Moderate.
Fees Negotiable? Definitely yes we understand the financial situation of each student Very few
Refer and Win We run refer and win a holiday every 6 months, All referers will have chance to win holiday to goa, please refer this link None

Who should go for the Java Certification Course?

This course is designed for candidates aspiring to become:

  • Java Developers
  • Programmers
  • Web Developers
  • Web Designers
  • Programming Geeks
  • Database Admins
  • Youngsters who want to start their career are the key beneficiaries of this subject.

What are the pre-requisites for our Java Training?

There is no pre-requisite for this course. Prior exposure to object-oriented programming concepts is not required, but it is indeed an added advantage.


Java is the most popular programming language. Java is used to write a program and then run this on multiple operating systems. Java is designed in such way that it is easy to write, compile, debug and easy to learn compared to other languages. Very important advantage of the java is its ability to move from one system to another system. There is huge demand for java programmers. It has great potential for growth as a career.

JAVA Topics Covered

Module 1: Java Basic
  1. Overview
  2. Environment Setup
  3. Basic Syntax
  4. Object & Classes
  5. Basic Datatypes
  6. Variable Types
  7. Modifier Types
  8. Basic Operators
  9. Loop Control
  10. Decision Making
  11. Numbers
  12. Characters
  13. Strings
  14. Arrays
  15. Date & Time
  16. Regular Expressions
  17. Methods
  18. Files and I/O
  19. Exceptions
  20. Inner classes
Module 2: Java Object Oriented
  1. Inheritance
  2. Overriding
  3. Polymorphism
  4. Abstraction
  5. Encapsulation
  6. Interfaces
  7. Packages
Module 3: Java Advanced
  1. Data Structures
  2. Collections
  3. Generics
  4. Serialization
  5. Networking
  6. Sending Email
  7. Multithreading
  8. Applet Basics

J2EE Topics Covered

Module 1: A Simple Servlet
  1. Example Two-tiered Web Application
  2. J2EE Software and Setup
  3. Environment, Path and Classpath Settings
  4. J2EE Application Components
  5. Create the HTML Page
  6. Create the Servlet
  7. Compile the Servlet
  8. Start the J2EE Application Server
  9. Start the Deployment Tool
  10. Assemble the J2EE Application
  11. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  12. Run the J2EE Application
  13. Updating Component Code
Module 2: A Simple Session Bean
  1. Example Application Overview
  2. Create the Session Bean
  3. Local Interfaces
  4. Modify the Servlet
  5. Compile the Session Bean and the Servlet
  6. Start the Platform and the Tools
  7. Assemble the J2EE Application
  8. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  9. Run the J2EE Application
Module 3: A Simple Entity Bean
  1. Create the Entity Bean
  2. Change the Servlet
  3. Start the Platform and Tools
  4. Assemble and Deploy
  5. Run the J2EE Application
Module 4: A Simple Message Bean
  1. JMS Overview
  2. Create the Message-Driven Bean
  3. Change the Servlet
  4. Start the Platform and the Tools
  5. Assemble the J2EE Application
  6. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  7. Run the J2EE Application
Module 5: Cooperating Enterprise Beans
  1. Change the Entity Bean
  2. Change the Session Bean
  3. Change the Servlet
  4. Start the Platform and Tools
  5. Assemble the Application
  6. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  7. Run the J2EE Application
Module 6:JavaServer Pages Technology
  1. Create the JSP
  2. Change bonus.html
  3. Start the Platform and Tools
  4. Update the WAR File
  5. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  6. Run the J2EE Application
Module 7: Adding JavaBeans to the Mix
  1. About the Example
  2. Create bonus.jsp
  3. Create the JavaBeans Class
  4. Bean Properties
  5. Change the Servlet
  6. Start the Platform and Tools
  7. Update the WAR File
  8. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  9. Run the J2EE Application
Module 8:Custom JSP Tag Libraries
  1. About the Example
  2. Custom JSP Tag
  3. Declare the Tag Library
  4. Create the Tag Library Descriptor
  5. Create the Tag Handler Class
  6. Change bonus.jsp
  7. Start the Platform and Tools
  8. Update the WAR File
  9. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
  10. Run the J2EE Application
  11. More Information Gladiator-Predator Testing
Module 9:XML
  1. Marking and Handling Text
  2. Change the JavaBean Class
  3. Creating the XML document using DOM
  4. Parsing XML using SAX
  5. SAX and DOM
  6. XML and J2EE
  7. Change the Servlet
  8. Compile the Application
  9. Update the Application
  10. Verify and Deploy the J2EE Application
Module 10:JDBC Technology and Bean-Managed Persistence
  1. Bean Lifecycle
  2. Change the BonusBean
  3. Other Components
  4. Create the Database Table
  5. Start the Platform and Tools
  6. Update the JAR File
  7. Verify and Deploy the Application
  8. Run the Application