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Core Java + Android Certification Training Course @ Delhi / Gurgaon

Introduction to Java
  • Understanding Requirement: Why Java?
  • Why Java is important to the Internet?
  • Securities walls in Java.
  • Java on Windows/Linux platform.
  • Why Java on top in industry.
Introduction to Java Virtual Machine
  • Java Virtual Machine Architecture.
  • Class loading process by Class loaders.
  • Bootstrap Loader.
  • Extension Loader.
  • System Loader.
  • Relationship between loaders.
  • Role of just in Time Compiler (JIT).
  • Execution Engine.
An Overview of Java and Buzzwords
  • Data Types, Variables and Arrays.
  • Operators
  • Control Statements.
  • Object Oriented Paradigms.
  • Abstraction
  • The Three OOP Principles: (Encapsulations, Inheritance, and Polymorphism).
Java Classes and Oop Implementation
  • CLASS Fundamentals.
  • Command Line Arguments.
  • Learning Static Intializer.
  • Declaration of Objects.
  • Instance Variable Hiding.
  • Overloading and Overriding of Methods.
  • Up casting.
  • Down casting.
  • Understanding of Access Controls: Private public and protected.
  • Learning Nested and Inner Classes.
  • Dynamic Method Dispatching.
  • Using Abstract Classes.
  • Using Final to Prevent Overriding & Inheritance.
  • Garbage Collection.
Packages and Interfaces
  • Defining a Package.
  • Understanding CLASSPATH.
  • Importing Packages.
  • Access protection.
  • Defining and Implementing an Interface.
  • Abstract Classes vs. Interfaces.
  • Adapter Classes.
  • Anonymous Classes.
Exception Handling
  • Fundamentals of Exception Handling.
  • Types of Exceptions.
  • Learning Exceptions Handlers.
  • Try and Catch.
  • Multiple Catch Clauses.
  • Nested Try Statements.
  • Throw, Throws and Finally.
  • Creating Custom Exceptions.
  • Assertions
String Handling
  • Learning String Operations
  • Learning Character Extractions
  • Learning String Comparisons
  • Understanding of String Buffer Class
  • String Builder Class
  • String versus StringBuffer.
  • Special methods of String and StringBuffer.
  • What to choose between String and StringBuffer.
New in Jdk 5/6
  • Premain, Method, Objectsize.
  • Autoboxing, Unboxing.
  • Java Compiler API.
  • Generics
  • Annotations
  • Vargs
  • Static-Import
  • ENUM
Windows Programming Swing
  • Introduction to JFC.
  • Controls
Event Delegation Model
  • Event Classes.
  • Event Listeners.
Applet
  • Applet Basics
  • Architecture and Skeleton.
  • Simple Applet display methods.
  • The HTML Applet Tag.
  • Inter Applet Communication.
  • Trusted Applet (Applet with Database).
Multithread Programming
  • The Java Thread Model.
  • Lifecycle of a Thread.
  • Creating a Thread: Extending Thread.
  • Implementing Runnable.
  • Creating Multiple Threads and Context Switching.
  • Synchronization: Methods and Statements.
  • Inter-thread Communication.
  • Thread Local.
  • Dead Lock.
  • Thread Pool Executor Class.
  • Shutdown Hookup and Re-entrant Locking.
I/O Streams
  • File Handling.
  • Binary Systems.
  • Character Streams.
  • Serialization
  • Scanner
  • ream Tokenizer.
  • String Tokenizer.
  • Gzip Output Stream Class.
  • Data Encryption & Decryption.
Networking
  • URL, InetAddress.
  • Socket and Server Socket.
  • Datagram Socket, URL Connection.
  • Socket Factories.
  • Demonstration of Data Transfer from one machine to another.
Reflection Api
  • Determining the Class of an Object
  • Getting Information about Class’s modifiers, fields, methods, constructors and super classes
  • Finding out constant and method declaration belong to an interface
  • Creating an instance of a class whose name is not known until runtime
  • Greeting and setting value of an object’s field if field name is unknown until runtime
  • Invoking a method on an object if the method is unknown until runtime
  • Creating a new array whose size and component type are not known until runtime
Introduction to Mobile Apps
  • Why we Need Mobile Apps
  • Different Kinds of Mobile Apps
  • Briefly about Android
Introduction Android
  • History behind Android Development
  • What is Android?
  • Pre-requisites to learn Android
  • Brief Discussion on Java Programming
Android Architecture
  • Overview of Android Stack
  • Android Features
  • Introduction to OS layers
Deep Overview in Android Stack
  • Linux Kernel
  • Libraries
  • Android Runtime
  • Application Framework
  • Dalvik VM
Installing Android Machine
  • Configuring Android Stack
  • Creating Eclipse Environment
  • Integrating Android with Eclipse IDE
  • Exploring Eclipse IDE
Creating First Android Application
  • Creating Android Project
  • Debugging Application through DDMS
  • Setting up environment
  • AVD Creation
  • Executing Project on Android Screen
Android Components
  • Activities
  • Services
  • Broadcast Receivers
  • Content Providers
Hello World App
  • Creating your first project
  • The manifest file
  • Layout resource
  • Running your app on Emulator
Building UI with Activities
  • Activities
  • Views, layouts and Common UI components
  • Creating UI through code and XML
  • Activity lifecycle V. Intents
  • Communicating data among Activities
Advanced UI
  • Selection components (Grid View, List View, Spinner)
  • Adapters, Custom Adapters
  • Complex UI components
  • Building UI for performance
  • Menus
  • Creating custom and compound Views
Notifications
  • Toast, Custom Toast
  • Dialogs
  • Status bar Notifications
Multithreading
  • Using Java Multithreading classes
  • A sync Task
  • Handler
  • Post
  • Writing an animated game
Styles and Themes
  • Creating and applying simple Style
  • Inheriting built-in Style and User defined style
  • Using Styles as themes
Resources and Assets
  • Android Resource
  • Using resources in XML and code
  • Localization
  • Handling Runtime configuration changes
Intent, Intent Filters and Broadcast Receivers
  • Role of filters
  • Intent-matching rules
  • Filters in your manifest
  • Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers
  • Creating Broadcast receiver
Receiving System Broadcast
  • Understanding Broadcast action, category and data
  • Registering Broadcast receiver through code and through XML
  • Sending Broadcast
Data Storage
  • Shared Preferences
  • Android File System
  • Internal storage
  • External storage
  • SQLite
  • Introducing SQLite
  • SQLite Open Helper and creating a database
  • Opening and closing a database
  • Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes
  • Network
Content Providers
  • Accessing built in content providers
  • Content provider MIME types
  • Searching for content
  • Adding, changing, and removing content
  • Creating content provider
  • Working with content files
Services
  • Overview of services in Android
  • Implementing a Service
  • Service lifecycle
  • Inter Process Communication (AIDL Services)
Multimedia in Android
  • Multimedia Supported audio formats
  • Simple media playback
  • Supported video formats
  • Simple video playback
Location Based Services and Google Maps
  • Using Location Based Services
  • Finding current location and listening for changes in location
  • Proximity alerts
  • Working with Google Maps
  • Showing google map in an Activity
  • Map Overlays
  • Itemized
  • overlays iv.
  • Geocoder
  • Displaying route on map
Web Services and Web View
  • Consuming web services
  • Receiving HTTP Response (XML,JSON)
  • Parsing JSON and XML
  • Using Web View
Sensors
  • How Sensors work
  • Using Orientation and Accelerometer sensors
  • Best practices for performance
Wi-Fi
  • Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
  • Managing active connections
  • Managing Wi-Fi networks
Telephony Services
  • Making calls
  • Monitoring data connectivity and activity
  • Accessing phone properties and status
  • Controlling the phone
  • Sending messages
Camera
  • Taking pictures
  • Media Recorder
  • Rendering previews
Bluetooth
  • Controlling local Bluetooth device
  • Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices
  • Managing Bluetooth connections
  • Communicating with Bluetooth
Android Application Deployment
  • Android Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows
  • Android Application Deployment on Android Market
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FAQ

What is core java?

Core Java refers to the level of Java that comes after the Java basics and involve concepts such as multi-threading, Object oriented programming, polymorphism, exception handling, inheritance, strings, etc. With core Java, you will be considered an experienced Java candidate and can easily get a job as a Java developer in any business organization. Or one can also choose to further increase their Java knowledge and expertise by joining Advanced Java Course where they will learn about Java Servers, frameworks, design patterns, and architects, etc. SLA Consultants India provides the best platform for the candidates to learn both Core and Advanced Java for web development and mobile development, allowing the user to acquire a more professional job.

Is it necessary to learn core java before I study android?

Surely you do, as Android applications are designed with the help of Core Java. Java helps the programmer to design and develop the application easily. The Object oriented skills, looping condition, exception handling and other major Java features make it easier to build an Android app, although, it can also be made without Core Java. Angular Js, JQuery, HTML 5 and JavaScript can also be used to create app development. You can join our Java and Android certification course at SLA Consultants India which allows you to learn Android app development using Core Java without the need of learning other Java features if you only wish to pursue a career in Android app development.

How to Become an Android Developer?

In order to become a good Android developer, you need to learn various programming languages or development tools such as Core and Advanced Java, Basic Java, Angular JS, JQuery, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, JQuery, etc. After acquiring programming skills, you will require learning how to design an Android app, writing codes, designing layout, and other details as per the requirement of the client. You can learn all these through online tutorials or simply join our Core Java + Android Certification training course where our highly expert and talented teachers will help you guide through the entire process in details and make you a professional Android app developer in no time.

Is core Java the only thing needed to make an Android app?

Well, Core Java is certainly required to make an Android app, however, it doesn’t mean it is the only thing that is needed. Core Java can help you start the process of Android app development, although, in order to finish it with effectiveness and deliverance, you are required to have Advanced Java or Java ME skills. Core Java is the basic requirement for Android app development, but if you truly desire to become an application developer, then you should consider learning advanced Java as well. SLA Consultants India provides the most effective and reliable Core + Advanced Java Certification training course to students who are willing to pursue the career in app development.

Are there major differences between programming in Android vs plain Java?

There are many differences in programming in Java and Android, which are as follows:

  • The Graphic User Interface is completely different on both the platforms.
  • Android app development follows an approach which is extremely different from regular Java development.
  • Android apps are more prone to get crashed or stopped working as compared to Java Apps
  • Programming for networking Android apps requires many skills, which is typical for Java development.
  • Android app development requires the programmer to develop within the proposed size, which is not the case with Java Apps.
  • Android devices are different in size, design and configuration, which developers need to consider while programming, while Java programmers don’t have to worry about that as well.
  • Android developers also need to keep the app updated as new versions of Android often arrives.
What is the difference between core Java and Android Java?

Below are mentioned some of the major differences between Core Java and Android Java:

  • Java is a programming language used to create desktop application while Android Java is used to create mobile based application development.
  • Java programming has one main function which is not the case with Android Java programming.
  • Core Java compiles to Java bytecode or .class files while Andriod Java compiles to Dalvik opcode which is designed for weaker systems such as mobile devices.
  • Though many libraries are same in Core and Android Java, the APIs are completely different on both platforms.
  • Both have different User Interface, which makes it difficult for Android Java programmer to develop the application.

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