Java Full Stack developer Training Course
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The Java Full Stack Developer Training Course attempts to offer the participants interactive knowledge on web development projects and getting familiarized with the front-end and back-end functions efficiently. The Short-term Java Full Stack Course deals with several web development functionalities using Java programming language which includes database, server, application, and website. Concepts you will learn in the Java Full Stack Training include:
- The participant will learn how Angular JS technology works through Java, its controllers, routing, filters, expressions, components, life cycle, WebAPI, REST service, Single Page Application, etc.
- Advanced concepts of MongoDB such as CRUD operations, Mongoose, using modifiers and virtual fields and extending models will be provided to the applicants to master the database and storage concepts.
- Intense knowledge and training for Python language is also provided that include conditional statements, looping, string manipulation, exceptional handling, OOPs concept, Input-output, networking, multithreading, regular expressions, etc.
- Apart from it, the participants will also receive Core and advanced knowledge of Java including exceptional handling, multithreaded programming, networking, database programming Java server and much more.
The entire training course is divided into 6 different modules, each taught by well-regarded and highly experienced instructors. The Java Full Stack Course duration for the entire 6 modules is 125- 135 hours. Anyone with a graduation degree in IT field can pursue the training, however, a student in his or her last year of graduation can also attend the Java Full Stack course. Some additional features of this unparalleled Java Training Course include accredited Java Full Stack Certification in Delhi NCR, Noida & Gurgaon/Gurugram, an instructor that classroom, Real-time Java Full Stack Training Session, handouts and workshops, web development projects and assignments and access to the online forum. The participants will also get 100% job placement assistance and interview preparations from our trainers which would help them to tackle any interview that comes in their way. After completing the training course the applicants won’t find any difficulty in acquiring a promising job opportunity at a reputed IT firm.
Today, Java programming language is used extensively throughout the world for the development of websites and mobile applications. Learning Java full Stack Development could provide your career with a kick start and immense growth opportunities throughout your career, which is not possible through any other IT field. And the fact that the requirement for Java Full Stack Developer is increasing day by day also makes this training course worthy. Below are mentioned some reasons on why you should learn Java full stack.
- Java Full Stack Developer is one of the most desirable job profiles in the current business market due to its importance to IT companies.
- By learning Java full stack, you will have a wide career choice that includes network professional, system manager, marketing and sales professionals, software engineers, IT professionals, technical manager, consultants, and communication professional.
- The salary offered to a Java Full Stack Developer is much higher than web developers of a different programming language such as PHP.
- You will be able to perform manage job responsibilities, giving you much more important than other Associates.
- This would also increase your growth chances in the company and make you an important and irreplaceable asset for the company.
- You will also learn where are functionalities during your job as you will have to deal with numerous departments during the web development.
- It will also provide Foundation for you to become an IT manager or a leader in your respected company.
The Java Full Stack Training in Delhi NCR, Noida & Gurgaon/Gurugram will make you a professional web developer within a matter of months with insightful expertise in all the above-mentioned fields. It would also make you a suitable candidate for a variety of roles, which you find trouble in performing.
Course Duration: 120 HRS with Highly Skilled Corporate Trainers (Java Full Stack Developer) for 7 Modules – Weekdays / Weekend
SLA Consultants India – Java Full Stack Developer Certification Training Delivery Method:
- Web / Desktop Base.
- Instructor-Led Classroom Sessions.
- Presentations/Demonstration/Practicals of concepts.
- Handouts/Assignments/Real-time Exposure to work on Clients.
NOTE: Classes Are Also Available On Module Basis
Java Full Stack Programme Modules
Java Full Stack Developer
- Understanding CSS3.
- Using CSS3 advance Tag and Attributes selectors.
- Clear fix with CSS3.
- CSS3 Rounded Coners.
- CSS3 Box shadow properties.
- CSS3 Text Shadow properties.
- CSS3 Background Gradients.
- Making beautiful buttons using CSS3.
- CSS3 Transformations Properties.
- CSS3 Rotate, Translate, Skew, Scale properties.
- CSS3 transitions.
- CSS3 transitions delays.
- CSS3 transition functions.
- CSS3 keyframes.
- Creating animations Using Keyframes
- Animating web pages using CSS3.
- Mixing CSS3 and JQuery animations to create advance plugins.
- CSS3 Image slideshow.
- CSS3 Media Queries.
- Understanding Responsive Layouts.
- Making Basic Responsive Layout in CSS3 Media Query.
- Making Advance Website Template in CSS3 Media Query.
- What is HTML5?
- How is HTML5 different from XHTML.
- Drawbacks of XHTML.
- HTML5 future uses.
- Understanding HTML5 doctype.
- HTML5 Basic tags.
- HTML5 Advance Tags.
- Replacing XHTML Divs with HTML5 advance tags.
- Making a website template using HTML5.
- Fixing HTML5 compatibility issues in different browsers.
- HTML5 SHIV.
- Making HTML5 compatible in IE-8 and lesser using HTML5 SHIV.
- HTML5 custom data attributes.
- Holding custom data in HTML5 data attributes.
- Working with HTML5 data attributes and jQuery.
- Understanding HTML5 Canvas.
- Drawing runtime graphics and Animations using HTML5 Canvas.
- Events handling.
- Control Structure.
- Writing functions.
- Tag and ID selector.
- Working with arrays.
- JQuery syntax.
- JQuery selectors.
- Creating, inserting, and manipulating web page content.
- JQuery predefined functions.
- Understanding JQuery plugins.
- Using event ready handlers that work across browsers.
- Working with JQuery effects, such as showing, hiding, sliding and fading page elements.
- JQuery callback functions.
- Creating custom animations with specialized properties and options.
- JQuery events.
- Understanding Elements Hierarchy.
- Using the JQuery UI plug-in to give pages a polished look.
- Developing JQuery applications and Plugins (like Facebook and Twitter).
- Making JQuery sliding menus.
- Making JQuery lightbox.
- Making JQuery image slider.
- Making JQuery image slideshow.
- Making jQuery Image Carousel.
- Making JQuery Image Zoom viewer.
- Making JQuery Collapsable Menu.
Module 2.1 – AngularJS
- Introduction to Single-Page-Apps (SPA)
- Fitment of AngularJS
- How AngularJS Web App Works
- Bindings: declarative connections between data and on-screen
- Angular Expressions
- Root Scope
- solated Scopes
- Understanding Digest Loop
- Simple Routing
- Nested Routing
- Inbuilt Filters
- Writing custom filters
- Forms and validation
- Organizing your code with modules i.e. MVW*
- Dependency injection
- Get Data from Web Services
- Inbuilt Services
- Writing your own Services
- Types of custom Services
- Inbuilt Directives
- Writing your own Custom Directives
- Events and event propagation
- Concept of Promises in Detail
- Using Deferred Objects
- Assignment after every session
Module 2.2 – 2.x/4.x Course
- Modules, Components, expressions & ng-model
- 1-way-2-way binding, interpolations, template binding, cloning & event binding .
- @Input, @Output & Eventemitters.
- Angular Component Life Cycle.
- Providers, Services, and Dependency Injection.
- SPA(Single Page Application) using Routing.
- Validation using Angular forms.
- Making HTTP POST calls to REST service (WebAPI) using Angular 2.
- Lazy loading using Angular 2.
- Use WebPack for Angular 2 application.
- HashLocation strategy
Module 3.1 – Core Java
Introduction to Java
- Understanding Requirement: Why Java?
- Why is Java important to the Internet?
- Securities walls in Java.
- Java on Windows/Linux platform.
- Why Java on top in the industry.
Introduction to Java Virtual Machine
- Java Virtual Machine Architecture.
- Class loading process by Class loaders.
- Bootstrap Loader.
- Extension Loader.
- System Loader.
- The relationship between loaders.
- Role of just in Time Compiler (JIT).
- Execution Engine.
An Overview of Java and Buzzwords
- Data Types, Variables and Arrays.
- Control Statements.
- Object-Oriented Paradigms.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Introduction to JFC.
Event Delegation Model
- Event Classes.
- Event Listeners.
- Applet Basics
- Architecture and Skeleton.
- Simple Applet display methods.
- The HTML Applet Tag.
- Inter-Applet Communication.
- Trusted Applet (Applet with Database).
- The Java Thread Model.
- The 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.
- File Handling.
- Binary Systems.
- Character Streams.
- 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.
- 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
Module 3.2 – Advanced Java
- 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.
- 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 Meta Data, Database Meta Data and their differences.
- Scrollable & Updatable 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
- Single Tier.
- Two Tier.
- Three Tier.
- N Tier.
- Web Components.
- Business Components.
- Container Types.
- Container Services.
- Java Naming and Directory Interface.
- Java Transaction Service.
- Java Messaging Service.
- Java Authentication & Authorization Service.
- Tier Architecture
Introduction To Uml
- Use Cases.
Introduction To Xml
- Document Type Definition (DTD).
- Xml Parsers
- Document Object Module (DOM).
- Simple API for XML (SAX).
- 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.
- File Uploading / File Downloading.
- Packages used to develop a Servlet.
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.
- Types of EJB.
- State Management.
- Life Cycle.
- State Management.
- Life Cycle.
- Container Managed Persistent (CMP) 2.0 o Introduction.
- Primary Key Class. o EJB Methods.
- EJB QL.
- Bean Managed Persistent (BMP)
- EJB Relationships.
- Session Beans Lifecycle versus 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.
- 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.
- Email System & Protocols.
- 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.
- My Eclipse 8.0.
- NetBeans 6.5.
- Apache Tomcat 6.0.
- Bea’s Weblogi 10.3.
- Sun Application Server
- Introduction To Web Services
Module 4.1 – Framework Spring
Basics of Spring
- What is Spring
- Spring Modules
- Spring Application
Spring with IDE
- Spring in Myeclipse
- Spring in Eclipse
- 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
- Auto wiring
- Factory Method
- AOP Terminology
- AOP Implementations
- Point cut
- JdbcTemplate Example
Spring with ORM
- Spring with Hibernate
- Spring with JPA
- SpEL Examples
- Operators in SpEL
- variable in SpEL
Module 4.2 – Framework Hibernate
Basics of Hibernate
- Hibernate Introduction
- Hibernate Architecture
- Understanding First Hibernate application
Hibernate with IDE
- Hibernate in Eclipse
- Hibernate in MyEclipse
- Hibernate with annotation
- Hibernate Web application
- Hibernate Generator classes
- Hibernate Dialects
- Hibernate with Log4j 1
- Hibernate with Log4j 2
- Table Per Hierarchy
- Table Per Hierarchy using Annotation
- Table Per Concrete
- Table Per Concreteusing Annotation
- Table Per Subclass
- Table Per Subclass using Annotation
- Mapping List
- One-to-many by List using XML
- Many to Many by List using XML
- One To Many by List using Annotation
- Mapping Bag
- One-to-many by Bag
- Mapping Set
- One-to-many by Set
- Mapping Map
- Many-to-many by Map
- Lazy Collection
- One-to-one using Primary Key
- One-to-one using Foreign Key
- Transaction Management
- Named Query
- First Level Cache
- Second Level Cache
- Hibernate and Struts
- Hibernate and Spring
Introduction to MongoDB
- Installing MongoDB
- The current SQL/NoSQL landscape
- Document-oriented vs. other types of storage
- Mongo’s featureset
- Common use-cases
- MongoDB databases
- MongoDB Collections
- MongoDB Documents
CRUD Operations in Mongodb
- Working with equality
- Query operators
- Building complex queries
- Updating documents
- Deleting documents
- Creating documents
Introduction to Mongoose
- Word on ORM/ODM
- Installing mongoose
- Connecting to MongoDB from mongoose
Core concepts of Mongoose
- Understanding mongoose schemas and datatypes
- Working with Models
- Using modifiers in schema
- Using virtual fields
- Optimizing query performance by enabling indexes
- Working with hooks
- Validation of model data
- Creating custom static methods
- Creating custom instance methods
- CRUD operations with Mongoose
Module 6.1 – Core Python
- Setting up path
- Working with Python
- Basic Syntax
- Variable and Data Types
- If- else
- Nested if-else
- Nested loops
- Accessing Strings
- Basic Operations
- String slices
- Function and Methods
- Accessing list
- Working with lists
- Function and Methods
- Accessing list
- Working with lists
- Function and Methods
- Accessing values in dictionaries
- Working with dictionaries
- Defining a function
- Calling a function
- Types of functions
- Function Arguments
- Anonymous functions
- Global and local variables
- Importing module
- Math module
- Random module
- Printing on screen
- Reading data from keyboard
- Opening and closing file
- Reading and writing files
- Exception Handling
- Except clause
- Try ? finally clause
- User Defined Exceptions
Module 6.2 – Advanced Python
- Class and object
- Data hiding
- Match function
- Search function
- Matching VS Searching
- CGI environment variable
- GET and POST methods
- File upload
- Executing queries
- Handling error
- Socket Module
- Client and server
- Internet modules
- Starting a thread
- Threading module
- Synchronizing threads
- Multithreaded Priority Queue
- Tkinter programming
- Tkinter widgets
- Technical Assignments (5 Assignments)
- Aptitude Test Papers like (HCL, IBM, Wipro etc.)
- Resume Design By Dedicated Placement Cell
- Mockup Interview by Corporate Professionals
- Schedule Interview with valid reference in Software Companies
- For B.Tech/MCA Industrial Training: Real Time Project based Training and projects for College Submission/Industrial Training Certificate.
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Duration of Module
|Java Full Stack Course Module||Duration|
|Java Full Stack||120 Hours|
|Java Full Stack Course Schedule||Java Full Stack Timing|
|Monday to Friday||8:00 AM – 10:00 AM|
|Monday to Friday||10:00 AM – 12:00 PM|
|Monday to Friday||2:00 PM – 4:00 PM|
|Monday to Friday||4:00 PM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday/Sunday||8:00 | 12:00 | 2:00 | 4:00|
|Sunday||8:00 AM – 10:00 AM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 12:00 PM|
|Sunday||2:00 PM – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday||4:00 PM – 6:00 PM|
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