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Getting Started With Java Programming

    1. Introduction to Core Java programming
    2. History of Java, Features of Java & JVM Architecture
    3. Various programming languages at market
    4. Differences between java and other programming languages
    5. Java Installation, Setting environment variable.
    6. Java features, Java coding standards/Java naming conventions
    7. Java programming Structure, fundamentals, format
    8. Identifiers, Data, and Types in java, and Types of method
    9. Java Statements, Expressions, Operators and Conditionals, loops
    10. OOPS in Java, Abstract Classes,Inner Classes, Interfaces & Access Modifier.
    11. Class, syntax, Constructors, objects, encapsulation, abstraction, inheritance, & Polymorphism.
    12. Exception Handling, String Handling & Multi Threading.
    13. Collections Framework
    14. java.lang Package, java.text Package

Learning Core Java

    1. Exception Handling & Java Language Package
    2. Difference between Error VS Exception, Types of Exceptions & Error
    3. Exception handling using : try-catch-finally
    4. Methods to display error information.
    5. User defined exceptions (Customized Exceptions)
    6. Java Beans & Multithreading, Process VS Processor VS Procedure. Single Processing mechanism VS Multi Processing Mechanism
    7. Single Thread Model And Multi Thread Model
    8. Designing a Thread, Thread class library, lifecycle, and Daemon Thread
    9. Inter Thread Communication, Bean Persistence, Properties, methods, and events
    10. IOStreams, Networking and Serialization, Serialization VS Deserialization
    11. Stream Introduction, Types of Streams(Byte-Oriented, Character-Oriented)
    12. Class Refactoring with Serialization and serialVersionUID
    13. Datagram in network environment, URL in Terms of Java Network Programming
    14. Serialization Methods, Proxy Pattern, Serialization with Inheritance
    15. Collection Framework overview, List Set, MAP
    16. Queue and its implementations - Priority Queue, and Blocking Queue

Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)

    1. Overview of advanced java, Java Beans
    2. JDBC, HTML, Javascript & XML
    3. Getting Started With SERVLETS
    4. Introduction to Internet, Web Application,Architectures, HTTP, Web Server,Application Server
    5. Http Protocol & Http Methods
    6. Servlet Interface Servlet Life and methods
    7. War File Creation and Deployment in Tomcat,Weblogic,Websphere,JRun,JBoss,Glass Fish Servers
    8. Overview to JSP, JSP Life Cycle, JSP directives page, include and taglib
    9. JSP Scripting Elements (declaratives, scriptlets, and expressions)
    10. JSP Actions( Custom Actions, and SP Standard Actions)
    11. JSP Implicit Objects & Scopes, JSTL & Tag Library
    12. Web Applications Security
    13. MVC Architecture
    14. Web-component Communication, Working with Java Server Pages ( JSP)

Apache Struts Framework

    1. Introduction to Struts
    2. Overview of Model, View, Controller (MVC) design pattern
    3. How the Struts Framework applies MVC
    4. How request are handled in Struts
    5. Struts main components
    6. Struts Tag Library(Html Tag library, Bean Tag library,and Nested Tag library)
    7. Validations, (Client Side Validations, and Server Side Validations)
    8. Internationalization (I18N at Core level, and I18N at Web Level (Server & Jsp))
    9. Exception Handling with Struts (Programmatic and Declarative Approach)
    10. Tiles Framework and Hibernate Integration (Struts with Hibernate Integration)
    11. Struts 2.x Flow of Execution
    12. Struts 2.X Elements, Struts 2.x Tag library & Struts 2.x Validations
    13. Steps to design Struts Appl. In 2.x version
    14. Struts 2.x Application with Annotation
    15. Struts configuration files
    16. Struts validator framework

Spring Framework

    1. Spring Framework, Spring Architecture & Modules, and Core Container.
    2. Spring Core(Basic & Advance Concepts) Working with Beans and Bean Factories
    3. CSpring Framework, IoC, Dependency Injection
    4. Spring Containers : BeanFactory, ApplicationContext
    5. XmlBeanFactory,ClassPathXmlApplicationContext,FileSystemXmlApplicationContext
    6. Spring scope : singleton and prototype
    7. Bean Life Cycle : setup and teardown, init-method and destroy-method BeanPostProcessor
    8. Bean Inheritance, Bean Aliasing, Bean Scopes, Inner Beans and Bean Auto wiring.
    9. Dependency Injection: Through Constructor, setter method Injecting Collection, inner bean
    10. Spring Core (3.0Annotations) Spring VS Java Config Project annotations.
    11. Spring AOP, AOP Concepts, Programmatic VS Declarative AOP
    12. Spring DAO with JDBC, implement Spring DAO
    13. Spring Transactions, Aop 2.0 Configuration, and AspectJ annotation
    14. Spring MVC, Handler Mapping, Controllers, Validations, and Handler Interceptors
    15. Spring ORM with Hibernate, Integrating with Hibernate, and Managing
    16. Getting started with Hibernate in a Spring environment

Hibernate framework

    1. Getting Started with Hibernate and Concepts of ORM
    2. Hibernate Components, Architecture, & Configurations.
    3. Setup Required, Installation and Directory Structure
    4. Understanding different components of Hibernate
    5. How to persist objects using Hibernate
    6. How to use mapping files, configuration files and Session object
    7. Batch Processing, Bean Validation
    8. Working with relationships between entities
    9. Transactions in Hibernate
    10. Querying with HQL (Hibernate Query Language)
    11. Integrating Hibernate with Servlets and Struts.
    12. ORM, JDBC to hibernate transition, POJO to DB mapping
    13. SessionFactory configuration
    14. Connection properties, Database dialect
    15. Primary keys: Id property, Generated Id
    16. Working with sessions and Persistent Objects

Java Certification Course Roadmap

  • The overall job count for software developers will continue to grow faster than the average for most professions. Java is estimated to be running on over 3 billion devices worldwide. This online Java training will bring out the best in you through its unique yet simple way.

    • Introduction of Java Platform
    • Entry points (main method) and
    • Java Buzzword
    • Command Line arguments
    • Components of Java
    • Java Statements, Expressions,
    • Environment Setup and IDES
    • Operators and Conditionals
    • Introduction to Java Programming
    • Language and Features
    • Anatomy of a Java
    • Language keywords
    • Equality Operators
    • Naming rules and conventions for
    • Logical operators identifiers
    • Short-circuit (or conditional) Datatypes
    • operators
    • Building blocks of a program
    • Ternary operator (variables, methods, and objects)
    • Assignment Operators
    • Objects and classes.
    • Type Casting
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Selection Statements
    • Increment or Decrement Operator
    • Iteration Statements
    • Relational Operators
    • Transfer Statements
    • Package declaration
    • Accessibility modifiers
    • Simple Imports & Static Imports
    • Java Programming Structure
    • Package Declaration in OOPS
    • Context Accessibility Modifiers & Import statement in object-oriented context Encapsulation
    • Polymorphism
    • Inheritance IS-Polymorphism
    • Method Signature Overloading & Overriding
    • Static VS Dynamic Polymorphism
    • Constructors > this or super
    • Final & static
    • Abstract class and Interface
    • SOLID Principles
    • Composition, inheritance, and dele
    • Exceptions & Java Language Package (java.lang package)
    • Introduction
    • User-defined exceptions (Customized Exception Hierarchy Exceptions)
    • Difference between Exception & Error
    • Throw and Throws Exception handling using: try-catch
    • Hierarchy finally
    • Object class
    • Methods to display error information.
    • Strings
    • Checked and Unchecked exceptions
    • StringBuffer & StringBuilderijd1.5)
    • Multiple catch blocks.
    • Wrapper classes » Nested try blocks
    • Autoboxing and Unboxing(jdk1.5)
    • Bean Properties
    • Bean Methods
    • Bean Events
    • Using Beaninfo class
    • Bean Persistence (Long and Short - Serializable interface, XmlEncoder class)
    • Introspection Mechanism
    • Reflection
    • Introduction to Threads and Concurrency
    • Defining, Instantiating, and Starting threads by "Extending Thread class implementing Runnable interface" Main thread
    • Thread Priorities >
    • Streams Based I/O (input/output), Networking and Serialization
    • Introduction to I/O and Streams
    • URL in Terms of Java Network
    • Introduction and Implementation of
    • Programming ByteStream
    • Datagram in the network environment
    • Character Streams
    • DNS and Reverse DNS Lookup Buffered Streams
    • Serializable in Java Data Streams and Object Streams
    • Class Refactoring with Serialization and File I/O serial version UID
    • Introduction to Network Programming
    • Java Externalizable Interface Introduction to TCP and UDP
    • Java Serialization Methods Implementation of Socket and Serialization with Inheritance InetAddress class
    • Serialization Proxy Pattern
    • Collections Overview
    • Collection Types
    • Arrays
    • Sets
    • Sequence
    • Maps
    • Understanding Hashes and Hash
    • Generation
    • ArrayList and Vectors
    • Introduction to Generics
    • Bounded Types Generics
    • Wildcard Generic classes, methods, and constructors
    • Java Type Erasure
    • Introduction to Internationalization and
    • Localization what is 118N
    • Localization ad Locale
    • Locale Class
    • Date, Time and Currency formatting
    • Numbers and Measurements localization
    • Other Formatters
    • JDBC Fundamentals
    • Introduction > JDBC Architecture
    • JDBC Driver Types: Type-1, Type-2. Type-3
    • JDBC Connectors
    • Connecting to databases with JDBC
    • Working with Tables
    • Statements and Execution
    • Exception Handling and Cleanup
    • Working with Stored Procedures
    • Working with Database Functions
    • Connection Interface
    • Connecting with DriverManager
    • Executing PreparedStatement
    • Executing CallableStatement
    • Batch Operations with JDBC
    • RowSet
    • CachedRowSet
    • Connection Pooling (using javax.sql.DataSource interface) Transactions
    • Commits
    • Rollbacks
    • Transaction Isolation Levels > BLOB CLOB
    • Styling using CSS
    • Bootstrap introduction
    • HTTP and HTML
    • Webpage and its components
    • What is SASS?
    • CSS and SASS
    • Interactivity using Javascript
    • Javascript basics
    • JQuery ;
    • AJAX
    • GenericServlet,
    • ServletRequest, and ServletResponse
    • HitpServlet,
    • HttpServletResponse and HttpServlet
    • Introduction
    • Web application Architecture
    • Http Protocol & Http Methods
    • Web Server & Web Container
    • Servlet Interface
    • Servlet Lifecycle: init(), service(). destroy()
    • Accessing Parameters
    • ServletConfig > ServletContext
    • HTTPSession > Cookies > URL Rewriting
    • Servlet-Browser communication (sendError, setHeader, sendRedirect)
    • Web-component Communication (Forward, Include)
    • Hidden Form Fields Filters & Wrappers
    • Listeners
    • Web-Security
    • Introduction
    • JSP Architecture
    • JSP LifeCycle
    • JSP Implicit Objects & Scopes
    • JSP Directives (page, include, taglib)
    • JSP Tags
    • JSP Standard Actions (useBean tag, setProperty tag, getProperty tag, include tag, forward tag, param tag, plug-in tag, params tag, fallback tag, directives tag, scriptlet tag, expression
    • tag)
    • JSP Custom Actions (classic tags,simple tags)
    • JSP Scopes Introduction
    • Request Scope
    • Application Scope » Session Scope
    • Page Scope
    • JSP implicit objects
    • Model 1/Model 2 Architecture
    • JSP Expression Language (EL)
    • JSTL & Tag Library
    • Custom tags
    • Design Patterns and Architecture styles with JSP
    • Model View Controller (MVC)
    • Architecture
    • Getting Started with Hibernate
    • Concepts of ORM (Object Relational Mapping)
    • Advantages of Hibernate compared Working with Hibernate
    • Hibernate Data Types.
    • Exploring Hibernate API
    • Configuration XML file and Mapping to JDBC
    • Hibernate Architecture
    • Installation and Directory Structure
    • Hibernate Configurations XML file along with dtds.
    • Introduction to JPA Annotations
    • Persistent Classes (POJO)
    • CRUD using Hibernate
    • CRUD/DML operations (Create,
    • Retrieve, Update and Delete)
    • Configuring Primary key Generators
    • Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
    • Native SQL » Criteria API
    • Inheritance in Hibernate (Mapping and JPA)
    • Working with Relational Data
    • Types of Relations (one to one, one to many, many to one, many to many)
    • Caching and Hibernate Second Level
    • Cache Connecting with Multiple Databases
    • Bean Validation Hibernate Validator 3 Hibernate Search
    • Transactions and Concurrency Interceptors and Events
    • Batch Processing
    • Introduction
    • Struts Framework Architecture
    • First Application using Struts Framework web.xml and Struts configuration file (struts.xml)
    • Struts Flow of Execution
    • Introducing Struts Elements
    • Struts View (JSP)
    • Action Servlet
    • Request Processor
    • FormBean(Action Form)
    • Built-in Action classes
    • Introduction to Struts Tag Libraries
    • Nested Tag library Html Tag library
    • DynaAction Form & LazyDynaBean
    • Bean Tag library
    • Local Forwards & Global Forwards
    • Logic Tag library
    • Validations (Approaches: client-side
    • Internationalization(118N) and server-side)
    • Exception Handling in Struts
    • DynaValidatorForm Class
    • Struts with Hibernate Integration
    • Introduction
    • Spring Architecture & Modules Spring Core
    • Introduction to IOC & DI
    • Types of DI (Setter VS Constructor)
    • Working with Beans and Bean
    • Spring Core Basic Concepts
    • Core Container
    • Factories
    • Spring Core Annotations » Annotation-based Post Processors
    • Spring AOP
    • Introduction
    • AOP Concepts
    • Programmatic VS Declarative AOP
    • Programmatic AOP (Advices, Pointcuts and proxies)
    • Declarative AOP (Using AOP 2.0 Config element, OGNL Expressions)
    • Aspect J AOP with Spring
    • Spring DAO with JDBC
    • Introduction
    • Ways to implement Spring DAO
    • Choosing an approach for JDBC database access
    • JDBC Template
    • Executing Statements
    • Running Queries
    • SQL Parameters
    • Spring Transactions
    • Introduction
    • Aop 2.0 Configuration driven
    • Transaction Management
    • Aspect J annotation based
    • Transaction Management
    • Session Factory
    • Managing Transaction
    • Introduction
    • Integrating with Hibernate
    • Creating and Injecting Hibernate
    • Introduction
    • Handler Mapping
    • Controllers
    • Views
    • Models/Entities
    • Validations Handler Interceptors Forms Tags Spring MVC + Spring Security and Hibernate

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