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"We have carefully prepared syllabus by the experts through in-depth research to meet the arousing industrial needs and changes.  Presence of most reputed and established firms like BHEL, NMFC, HMT, BEL, IDPL, DRDO and HAL enhances the chances for technical courses and placements than in other cities.Demo classes are provided to get convince about our quality"

Java Course Objectives

  • Introducing Java concepts and basic terminologies
  • Learn programming and object-oriented programs using Java
  • Understand the methods of Exception Handling, Datatypes, types of Variables and so on
  • Know the varieties of Constructors, Blocks etc. and Garbage collection
  • Choose an engineering approach to solving problems, starting from the acquired knowledge of programming and knowledge of operating systems
  • Apply Java concepts in software development and deployment

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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Java and J2EE Trainer Profile

  • 12+ years of Experience in JAVA & J2EE.
  • Trained more than 2500+ students on Java Technologies.
  • 5-star rating from all Java students.
  • Well versed in Java technologies.
  • 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

Java and J2EE Instructor Experience

  • Working directly with Java Projects.
  • Experience using and creating Java scripts and applications using the Latest Js Technics.
  • Providing Technical Assistance for all Java Related Bugs
  • Setting up of Linux Server.

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Salary expectation after completing course

Java professionals are hiring in various MNCs and reputed firms to different fields with high demand. This increasing demand has made a great rise in their salary too. At present the minimum annual salary for a Java Professional in India, as per the calculation of payscale.com, starts from INR 6 lakhs.

Career after Java course

Skills and certification in Java is one of the most demanding qualifications in tech world. There are abundant numbers of job-roles with lakhs of vacancies waiting around the world. There happened a growth of 70% in this field. There is a massive movement towards the learning of Java Scripting by more than 80% of the tech world. No doubt, it is becoming a mandatory qualification for any job in this industry, within 5 years.

Why Should You Learn Java?

  • 100% assurance in career placement
  • Most demanded and common programming language in number of fields
  • Knowledge in Java made easier to learn other programming language
  • Average US salary given for the professions requiring Java skill is around $95,864.
  • Starting salary in India of an average of 6 lakhs per year
  • Massive stepping in of tech-professionals in gaining knowledge and certification in Java
  • Speedy advent of Virtual Machines and the requirement of Java for its programming considerably made a hike in the demand for Java professionals

Java Training in Hyderabad

  • Carefully prepared syllabus by the experts through in-depth research to meet the arousing industrial needs and changes.
  • Trainers with more than 10 years of experience
  • Presence of most reputed and established firms like BHEL, NMFC, HMT, BEL, IDPL, DRDO and HAL enhances the chances for technical courses and placements than in other cities.
  • Demo classes are provided to get convince about our quality

FAQs

Who can take the training?

  • Anyone who is passionate can join for the course. Those software developers and other professionals who wish to enter into the Java platform too can take the training.

What are the assistances you will be providing?

  • Interview and Resume preparation
  • Sufficient practical sessions providing hands-on experiences, even in live projects.
  • Frequent theoretical and practical tests to ensure your competency
  • Rescheduled classes to make-up in case you have missed any classes.

What is Apponix Certified Professional Certificate?

After completion of the course we will conduct a exam, and if you get 80% or more in the exam you will get Apponix Certified Professional Certificate.

Who is my instructor?

Your instructor is a 15+ years experienced graphic designer, Animator & multimedia expert.

Do I get certificate after completion of the course?

  • Yes all our students get course completion certificate.

How much is course Fees?

Please call us to get best discounted corse fees

Can I pay course fees in installments?

Yes,definitely you can pay in installments.

What are the assistances can I expect from you?

Resume preparation,Interview Prepration and Certification guidance

Why should I choose Apponix?

  • 150+ tied up companies as client to assist in placement
  • 100% student satisfaction
  • Own study materials.
  • Most experienced professional as trainers.
  • 5 star rated teaching and study materials
  • Continuous tracking of the needs of different industries and prepares the trainees for the upcoming trends in markets and technologies.
  • Enables the aspirants be prepared for the future interviews and tests.
  • Flexible timings and study friendly infrastructure
  • Customised syllabus
  • Interview training
  • Resume preparation