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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 String Buffer.
  • Special methods of String and String Buffer.
  • What to choose between String and String Buffer.
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
  • Stream Tokenizer.
  • String Tokenizer.
  • GzipOutputStream Class.
  • Data Encryption & Decryption.
  • 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
Collection Framework
  • The Collection Interfaces (List, Set, SortedSet)
  • The Collection Classes (ArrayList, LinkedList, HashSet, TreeSet)
  • Differences b/w HashSet, HashMap and HashTable.
  • Differences between other Collection Classes.
  • Accessing a Collection via an Iterator.
  • Working with Maps.
  • Working with Comparators, Comparable.
  • The Collection Algorithms.
  • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces (Enumeration, Vector, Stack, Dictionary, Hashtable).
  • Difference b/w Non Legacy and Legacy Interfaces and Classes.
  • Date and Time Handling.
System Properties & Internationalization
  • Usage of Property File.
  • Define the Locale.
  • Defining multiple types of locale using multiple property files.
  • Resource Bundle.
  • Fetching text from Resource Bundle.
Remote Method Invocation (Rmi)
  • DISTRIBUTED Applications.
  • RMI Architecture.
  • Implemantation
  • Call-back Mechanism.
  • Demonstration of RMI using more than one machine.
Database Programming Using Jdbc
  • JDBC Drivers
  • 4 Ways of Getting Database Connection
  • Statements, Callable statement, Prepared statement and their differences.
  • Metadata, Result Set MetaData, Database MetaData and their differences.
  • Scroll able & Uneatable Result Set.
  • Batch Updates.
  • Data Source & Connection Pooling.
  • Connection Pooling using Data Source.
  • Performance increase using Connection Pool.
  • Row Sets
  • Transactions (Commit, Rollback, Save point).
Introduction to J2EE Architecture Tier Architecture
  • Single Tier.
  • Two Tier.
  • Three Tier.
  • N Tier.
J2EE Components
  • Web Components.
  • Business Components.
J2EE Containers
  • Container Types.
  • Container Services.
J2EE Services
  • Java Naming and Directory Interface.
  • Java Transaction Service.
  • Java Messaging Service.
  • Java Authentication & Authorization Service.
Introduction To Uml
  • Use Cases.
  • Diagrams
Introduction To Xml
  • Document Type Definition (DTD).
  • Xml Parsers
    • Document Object Module (DOM).
    • Simple API for XML (SAX).
Java Servlet
  • Introduction to Web Programming.
  • Advantages of Servlets.
  • Servlet Lifecycle.
  • Difference between a simple java class and a servlet class.
  • Request Dispatching.
  • Types of Session Tracking.
  • Event Listener.
  • Filters
  • File Uploading / File Downloading.
  • Packages used to develop a Servlet.
  • Security
Java Server Pages (Jsp) & Jstl
  • JSP Architecture.
  • Servlet Lifecycle versus JSP Lifecycle
  • Difference between a Servlet class and a JSP page
  • What to choose between a Servlet and a JSP
  • Integration of a JSP and a Servlet in a single application
  • JSP Elements.
  • JSP implicit Objects.
  • Custom Tags.
  • Using Tags of JSTL.
  • Expression Language
  • Exception Handling in JSP.
  • Embedding core java in a JSP using Scriplets.
  • Demonstration of a JSP and Servlet in a single application.
Enterprise Java Beans (Ejb – 3.0)
  • Java Persistence API.
  • Introducation
  • Architecture
  • Types of EJB.
Session Beans
  • Introducation
  • State Management.
  • Life Cycle.
  • Types
    • Stateless
    • Statefull
Entity Beans
  • Introducation
  • State Management.
  • Life Cycle.
  • Types
  • Container Managed Persistent (CMP) 2.0 o Introduction.
    • Primary Key Class. o EJB Methods.
    • EJB QL.
    • Syntax
    • Clauses
  • Bean Managed Persistent (BMP)
    • Introduction
    • Implementation
    • EJB Relationships.
  • Session Beans Lifecycle verses Entity Bean Lifecycle.
  • Difference b/w Session Beans verses Entity Beans.
Message Driven Beans & Jms
  • Messaging Overview.
  • Messaging Models.
    • Point to Point Model
    • Topic Subscriber Model
  • JMS Implementation.
  • Life Cycle.
  • Introduction
  • ACID Properties.
  • Transaction Requirements.
  • Container Managed Transactions.
  • Bean Managed Transactions.
  • Distributed Transactions.
  • Two Phase Commit.
J2ee Design Pattern
  • What is Design Patterns?
  • Problem verses Design Pattern.
  • Which Design pattern to choose?
  • Front Controller.
  • Composite View.
  • Session Façade.
  • Service Locator.
  • Data Access Object (DAO).
  • Value Object.
  • Singleton Pattern, Factory Pattern.
Java Mail
  • Email System & Protocols.
  • Architecture
  • Sending Mails.
  • Receiving Mails.
  • Handling attachments.
  • Replying & Forwarding.
Packaging & Deployment Using Ant Introduction To Web Services
  • A Conceptual Overview of Web Services.
  • Web Services Requirements.
  • SOAP
  • WSDL
  • UDDI
  • My Eclipse 8.0.
  • NetBeans 6.5.
Web Server
  • Apache Tomcat 6.0.
Application Server
  • Bea’s Weblogi 10.3.
  • JBoss
  • Tomcat
  • Sun Application Server
  • Webshere
Basics of Spring
  • What is Spring
  • Spring Modules
  • Spring Application
Spring with IDE
  • Spring in Myeclipse
  • Spring in Eclipse
IOC container Dependency Injection
  • Constructor Injection
  • CI Dependent Object
  • CI with collection
  • CI with Map
  • CI Inheriting Bean
  • Setter Injection
  • SI Dependent Object
  • SI with Collection
  • SI with Map
  • CI vs SI
  • Autowiring
  • Factory Method
Spring AOP
  • AOP Terminology
  • AOP Implementations
  • Point cut
  • Advices
Spring JDBC
  • JdbcTemplate Example
  • PreparedStatement
  • ResultSetExtractor
  • RowMapper
  • NamedParameter
  • SimpleJdbcTemplate
Spring with ORM
  • Spring with Hibernate
  • Spring with JPA
  • SpEL Examples
  • Operators in SpEL
  • variable in SpEL

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What is Java?

Java is highly recognized programming language as well as computing platform first introduced by Sun Microsystems in the year 1995. There are a number of applications as well as websites that will not work except you have Java installed, and more are formed on regular basis. Java is quick, secure, as well as reliable. Started from laptops to datacenters, game consoles to technical supercomputers, cell phones to the web, Java is widely everywhere!

What is OOPs?

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a well known programming language model managed around objects instead of "actions" and data relatively than logic. Previously, a program has been noticed as a logical process that takes input data, works on it, and creates output data. The main challenge of the programming is how to write down the logic and not how to classify the data. Object-oriented programming takes the analysis that what we actually care related is the objects we wish to influence rather than the logic necessary to control them.

What is JDK?

The Java Development Kit or JDK is a software development environment utilized for developing Java applications as well as applets. It comprises the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), a compiler (javac), an interpreter/loader (java), an archiver (jar), a certification generator (javadoc) and similar tools required in Java development.

What is JVM?

JVM or Java Virtual Machine is referred to an abstract machine. It is a requirement that offers runtime surroundings in which java bytecode can be performed. JVMs are offered for various hardware as well as software platforms. A feature of Java Virtual Machine is specified. But executing provider is independent to select the algorithm. Its execution has been offered by Sun and other companies.

What is Package in Java?

A java package is referred to a group of similar sorts of classes, interfaces as well as sub-packages. One can categorize package in java in two form, built-in package as well as user-defined package. There are a number of built-in packages which includes java, lang, awt, javax, swing, net, io, util and sql among others. Here, we will have the completed learning of creating as well as using user-defined packages.

What is JDBC?

Java Database Connectivity or JDBC is a well known application program interface (API) features for linked programs written in Java to the statistics in popular databases. The application plan interface assists you encode access demand statements in Structured Query Language (SQL) that are after that passed to the program that handled the database. It come backs the results through a similar edge. JDBC is quite alike to the SQL Access Group's Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and have a small "bridge" program, you can make use of the JDBC interface to access databases with the help of the ODBC interface.

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