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Java and J2EE Course Objectives

  • 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)

Java and J2EE Course Syllabus

CORE JAVA


  • 1.Introduction To Java
  • 2. Java History
  • 3. Why Java
  • 4. Features of Java
  • 5. Environment Setup
  • 6. Hello World Application
  • 7. Java Program Internal
  • 8. JDK, JRE, JVM
  • 9. JVM- Java Virtual Machine
  • 10. Class, Objects, Data Types
  • 11. Variables
  • 12. Type Casting
  • 13. Operators
  • 14. Java Comments
  • 15. Object Oriented Programming Concepts
    • Abstraction
    • Encapsulation
    • Polymorphism
    • Inheritance
  • 16. Java Coding Standards
  • 17. Package – Creating package, naming package
  • 18. Java Keywords
  • 19. Access Specifiers – Public, Private, Protected, Default
  • 20. Static Concept – Block, Variable, Method, Class
  • 21. Scanner Class
  • 22. Control Statement – If, If…else, Nested if…else and Switch Case
  • 23. Java Break Statement
  • 24. Java Continue Statement
  • 25. Flow Statement- for, while, do..while
  • 26. Constructor- Default, Parameterized
  • 27. Inheritance
  • 28. Extends, super and this keyword
  • 29. Method Overloading, Method Overriding
  • 30. Interface
  • 31. Abstract Class
  • 32. Abstract Class vs Interface
  • 33. Garbage Collection
  • 34. Serialization
  • 35. Java instanceof
  • 36. Instance initializer block
  • 37. Volatile Keyword in Java
  • 38. Exception Handling
  • 39. Exception Handling- try, catch, throw, throws, finally
  • 40. String Concept
    • String Basics
    • String Methods
  • 41. String Buffer
  • 42. String Builder
  • 43. Custom Immutable Class
  • 44. Java - Arrays
  • 45. Collection Framework
    • Collection Basics
    • Iterator Interface
    • Methods of Collection Interface:
    • 1. List
      [A] Array List [B] Linked List
      [C] Vector
    • 2. Set
      [A] Hash Set [B] Tree Set
    • 3. Map
      [A] Hash Map [B] Tree Map
      [C] Hashable
  • 46. Collection Framework Advance Concepts
    • Comparable Interface
    • Comparator Interface
    • Collections class
    • Differentiate Comparable and Comparator
  • 47. Java Enum
  • 48. Date Concept
  • 49. File Handling Concept
    • File Handling Basics
    • Create Folder
    • Create File- .txt. .pdf, .xlsx, .docs, etc
    • Write File
    • Read File
    • Delete File
  • 50. Thread
    • 1. Concept, Lifecycle
    • 2. Extends Thread
    • 3. Implement Runnable Interface
    • 4. Thread Priorities
    • 5. Thread Methods
  • 51. Multithreading
  • 52. Thread Synchronization
    • 1. Synchronization
    • 2. Object Locking
    • 3. Inter Thread Communication
  • 53. JDK 1.8.0 New Features with Hands-on
    • 1. Lambda Expression
    • 2. Functional Interface
    • 3. Default Method in Interface
    • 4. Static Method in Interface
    • 5. Method References
    • 6. Date Time API
    • 7. Stream API
    • 8. Collectors
    • 9. For each Loop
    • 10. String Joiner Class
    • 11. Parallel Sort
    • 12. Optional Class
  • 54. Java Mail API- Realtime Live Implementation

Programming practices, Concepts & Interview Preparation

J2EE

  • 1. JDBC
    • JDBC Introduction
    • JDBC Architecture
    • Database Overview
    • JDBC Basics
    • My SQL
    • Create Database
    • Create Table
    • Insert, Update, Delete
    • Truncate
    • SQL Join
      • Inner Join
      • Left Outer Join
      • Right Outer Join
      • Full Outer Join
    • Aggregate Function
      • MIN
      • MAX
      • AVG
      • SUM
      • COUNT
    • SQL HAVING Clause
    • GROUP BY
    • ORDER BY
    • SQL Aliases
    • SQL LIKE Operator
    • SQL IN
    • SQL NOT IN
    • SQL Between
    • SQL Null Values
    • SQL LIMIT
    • SQL Stored Procedures
    • Java Application Using JDBC Connectivity
    • Handling SQL Exceptions
    • DriverManager
    • ResultSet
    • Connection
    • Statement
    • Prepared Statement
    • Collable Statement
    • DB Connectivity Steps
    • Store Image in SQL
    • Read Image in SQL
    • SQL Queries using SQLYog
    • JDBC CRUD Application
  • 2. Servlet
    • Servlet Basics
    • Need of Server Side Programming
    • Servlet Life Cycle 1 Init()
      • Service()
      • doGet()
      • doPost()
      • Destroy()
    • Servlet Hello World Application
    • Web.xml Structure
    • Servlet Directives- include(), forword(), sendRedirictive()
    • HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse in Servlet
    • Servlet and JDBC Integration
    • Servlet, HTML 5, MySQL-JDBC, Apache Tomcat using Real Time Login Application
    • Servlet, JSP, MySQL- JDBC, Apache Tomcat using Custom CRUD Application
    • Servlet, JSP, MySQL- JDBC, Apache Tomcat using Custom Sign Up | Sign In Application
  • 3. JSP
    • JSP Basics
    • Creating dynamic Web content with JSP
    • Scriplet
    • Declaration
    • Servlet, JSP, MySQL- JDBC, Apache Tomcat Login Application
    • Servlet, JSP, MySQL- JDBC, Apache Tomcat using User Sign Up | Sign In Application
    • Servlet, JSP, MySQL- JDBC, Apache Tomcat Using Advanced Custom Project Implementation

FRAMEWORK

  • 1. Hibernate
    • Hibernate Introduction
    • Hibernate Basics
    • Hibernate Architecture
    • Hibernate Session
    • Hibernate Configuration
    • Hibernate Configuration Offline
    • Hibernate with Annotation
    • Hibernate Validator
    • Hibernate CRUD
    • Hibernate Association Mapping
      • One to One Mapping
      • One to Many Mapping
      • Many to One Mapping
      • Many to Many Mapping
    • Hibernate Aggregation
    • Hibernate Named Queries
    • Hibernate Native SQL
    • HQL- Hibernate Query Language
    • Hibernate HCQL- Criteria Query Language
    • Hibernate Application with Mysql DB- CRUD
    • Diff. save(), saveOrUpdate(), update(), persist() and merge()
    • Diff. get() and load()
    • Hibernate vs. JPA
    • Hibernate Application with Mysql DB, Servlet, JSP-User Interface- CRUD
    • Hibernate, MySQL, Servlet, JSP, Apache Tomcat Login Application
    • Hibernate, MySQL, Servlet, JSP, Apache Tomcat Sign Up | Sign In Application
    • Hibernate, MySQL, Servlet, JSP, Apache Tomcat Advanced Custom Project
  • 2. Spring Framework
    • Spring Framework Introduction
    • Spring Basics
    • Inversion of Control
    • Dependency Injection
    • Spring Annotations
  • 3. Spring MVC
    • Spring MVC Basics
    • Spring MVC Annotations
    • Spring MVC Hello World Application
    • Spring MVC Restful Web Services Basics
    • Spring MVC without Maven
    • Apache Maven Basics
    • Spring MVC with Maven
    • Spring MVC Application Deployment
    • Spring MVC, Hibernate, Mysql, Apache Maven, Apache Tomcat- CRUD Operation
  • 4. Spring Security
    • Spring Security Basics
    • Spring Security Features
    • Spring Security Authentication
    • Spring Security Encryption
    • Password Encryption by using Spring Security
    • Spring Security Login Form
    • Spring Security Authentication
  • 5. Spring Boot
    • Spring Boot Introduction
    • Spring Boot Basics
    • Why Spring Boot
    • Spring Boot Features
    • Main Goal of Spring Boot
    • Creating Project- Spring Initializer Spring Boot Hello World Application
    • Spring Boot Annotations
    • Spring Boot Devtool Dependency- Without Restart application will see changes on browser
    • Spring Boot Build Systems
    • Spring Boot Code Structure
    • Spring Boot with RESTFul Service
    • Spring Boot with Logger
    • Deploy Spring Boot Applications on External Tomcat Server
    • Spring Boot – Common Application Properties (application.properties)
    • Spring Boot, Hibernate with RESTFul Web Service
    • Spring Boot, Spring Data with RESTFul Web Service
    • Spring Boot, Hibernate CRUD Application
    • Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA CRUD Application
    • Spring Boot, Spring- JDBCTemplate CRUD
    • Spring Boot, Hibernate, MySQL, Project Lombok CRUD Application
    • Spring Boot with JSON Payload using Postman API
  • 6. Spring Data- JPA
    • Spring Data JPA Basics
    • Spring Data JPA Introduction
    • Spring Data JPA Architecture
    • Spring Data JPA application.properties file
    • JPA Repository
    • CRUD Repository
    • Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA CRUD using Postman API
    • Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA, Project Lombok CRUD using Postman API Hands on Session
  • 7. Spring- JDBC Template
    • Spring JDBCTemplate Introduction
    • RowMapper
    • Builder
    • Spring Boot, JDBCTemplate using Postman API Hands on Session
    • Industrial Practices for Spring Boot JDBCTemplate
    • Real Time Signup and Signin Application using JDBCTemplate
    • Advanced Research and Development for JDBCTemplate using Spring Boot

WEB SERVICES

  • 1. SOAP Web Service
  • 2. RESTful Web Service

MICROSERVICES

  • 1. Microservices Introduction
  • 2. Microservices Architecture
  • 3. Microservices Project Structure
  • 4. Microservices Frameworks
  • 5. Spring Boot with Microservices Basics
  • 6. Spring Boot with Microservices Coding Standards
  • 7. Spring Boot with Microservices Builder Design Pattern
  • 8. Spring Boot with Microservices QR Code Generator

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS & PREPARATIONS

  • 1. Developer Life
  • 2. Programming practices
  • 3. Concepts
  • 4. Interview Preparation
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  • 5-star rating from all Java students.
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  • Excellent training delivery skills with an ability to present information well.
  • Demonstrable experience of being student focused and completing projects to hit deadlines and targets.
  • Demonstrable proof of enthusiasm, initiative, creativity and problem solving.
  • Demonstrable experience in delivering quality training on Java and Advance Java

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  • Experience using and creating Java scripts and applications using the Latest Js Technics.
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Why Should You Learn Java and J2EE

  • Java is quite popular as a Programming Language in the Industry so you can get good opportunities; the number of opportunities 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.

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