Java Training Institute in India

Java Training Institute in India

Course code: LBG072

IT & Software Programming

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Java is a programming language created by James Gosling from Sun Microsystems (Sun) in 1991. The target of Java is to write a program once and then run this program on multiple operating systems. Government projects like Digital India and Demonetization surely will give rise to demand for Java Programmers in every company going digital.

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What is Java Programming ?

  • Java is a programming language created by James Gosling from Sun Microsystems (Sun) in 1991.
  • The target of Java is to write a program once and then run this program on multiple operating systems.
  • The Java platform is usually associated with the Java virtual machine and the Java core libraries.

Who can learn Java Programming ?

  • Always remember that Java is a Object Oriented Programming Language and learning it will make learning any other programming languages easier.
  • Java, as such, is easier to learn. Its been around for a while, so lots of help and support available on the internet.
  • If yes and if its a language like C, you can directly start with java(If not then get around some basics of programming).
  • If you really want to jump into some hard core programming start with C++ and then you can easily learn java within much less time.

What is the Roles and Responsibilities of Java ?

  • A Java developer is responsible for many duties throughout the development lifecycle of applications, from concept and design right through to testing.
  • Here are some other responsibilities they may have: Design, implement and maintain java application phases.
  • Develop, test, implement and maintain application software.

What is Future scope and market share of Java ?

  • India’s $150 billion IT services outsourcing industry is adapting to the changes that are fast setting in because of automation and higher adoption of digital technologies.
  • People’s Popularity of Programming Language index, which ranks languages according to popularity. It is based on tutorial searches, says Python, JavaScript, R, and Swift are gaining attraction in India though Java and PHP still retain the largest share of search.
  • There is one clear trend from the multiple surveys on the most widely used programming language worldwide: Java and JavaScript still rule the coding world.
  • Government projects like Digital India and Demonetization surely will give rise to demand for Java Programmers in every company going digital.

What is Salary Package of Java ?

  • The average pay for a Java Software Developer / Programmer is Rs 434,304 per year. Experience strongly influences income for this job.
  • Skills that are associated with high pay for this job are J2EE and Spring. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 10 years' experience in this field.

What is the Job Opportunities in Java ?

  • JSP / Servlets.
  • Web Frameworks like Struts / Spring.
  • Service Oriented Architecture / Web Services – SOAP / REST.
  • Web Technologies like HTML, CSS, Javascript and JQuery.
  • Markup Languages like XML and JSON.

Core JAVA

Introduction

  • The Java Virtual Machine
  • Variables
  • Data types
  • Conditional constructs
  • Looping constructs
  • Arrays   

Object-oriented Java

  • Fields and Methods
  • Constructors
  • Overloading methods
  • Garbage collection
  • Nested classes
  • Overriding methods
  • Polymorphism
  • Making methods and classes final
  • Abstract classes and methods
  • Interfaces

Exception handling

  • Exception handling with try-throw-catch-finally construct
  • The Exception class
  • Cloning objects
  • The JDK LinkedList class
  • Strings
  • String conversions

Working with types

  • Working with types: Wrapper classes
  • Enumeration interface
  • Packages
  • Package access
  • Documentation comments
  • Applets
  • Configuring applets
  • Applet capabilities and restrictions

AWT and Swing

  • Basics of AWT and Swing
  • Layout Managers
  • Event Handling
  • The Actionlistener interface
  • Panels
  • Classes for various controls, such as label, choice, list,
  • Checkbox, etc.
  • Dialogs and frames
  • Using menus
  • Using the adapter classes
  • Graphics

Threads

  • Threads
  • Synchronisation
  • The I/O Package
  • InputStream and OutputStream classes
  • Reader and Writer classes Chapter
  • Basic concepts of networking
  • Working with URLs
  • Concepts of URLs
  • Sockets
  • Database connectivity with JDBC
  • Java security

Advanced JAVA

Basics of Servlet

  • Basics of Servlet
  • Servlet: What and Why?
  • Basics of Web
  • Servlet API
  • Servlet Interface
  • GenericServlet
  • HttpServlet
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • Working with Apache Tomcat Server
  • Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat
  • How servlet works?
  • servlet in Myeclipse
  • servlet in Eclipse
  • servlet in Netbeans
  • ServletRequest
  • ServletRequest methods
  • Registration example with DB
  • Servlet Collaboration
  • RequestDispatcher
  • sendRedirect

JSP I

  • Basics of JSP
  • Life cycle of JSP
  • JSP API
  • JSP in Eclipse and other IDE's
  • Scripting elements
  • scriptlet tag
  • expression tag
  • declaration tag
  • 9 Implicit Objects
  • out
  • request
  • response
  • config
  • application
  • session
  • pageContext
  • page
  • exception
  • Directive Elements
  • page directive
  • include directive

JSP II

  • Taglib directive
  • Exception Handling
  • Action Elements
  • jsp:forward
  • jsp:include
  • Bean class
  • jsp:useBean
  • jsp:setProperty & jsp:getProperty
  • Displaying applet in JSP
  • Expression Language
  • MVC in JSP
  • JSTL
  • Custom tags
  • Custom Tag : What and Why?
  • Custom Tag API?
  • Custom Tag Example
  • Attributes
  • Iteration
  • Custom URI
  • Project Dev
  • Elopement in JSP

Servlet

  • ServletConfig
  • ServletConfig methods
  • ServletConfig example
  • ServletContext
  • ServletContext methods
  • ServletContext example
  • Attribute
  • How to set, get and remove example?
  • Session Tracking
  • Cookies
  • Hidden Form Field
  • URL Rewriting
  • HttpSession
  • Event and Listener
  • Filter
  • Authentication Filter
  • FilterConfig
  • Useful examples
  • ServletInputStream and ServletOutputStream
  • Annotation Servlet
  • Project Development

JUnit

  • JUnit: What and Why?
  • Types of Testing
  • Annotations used in JUnit
  • Assert class
  • Test Cases
  • Maven
  • Maven: What and Why?
  • Ant Vs Maven
  • How to install Maven?
  • Maven Repository
  • Understanding pom.xml
  • Maven Example
  • Maven Web App Example
  • Maven using Eclipse
  • Singleton
  • DAO
  • DTO
  • MVC
  • Front Controller
  • Factory Method

Basics of Struts I

  • Struts : What and Why?
  • Model 1 vs Model 2
  • Struts2 Features
  • Steps to create Struts2 application
  • Understanding Action class
  • Understanding struts.xml file
  • Struts2 in Eclipse IDE
  • Struts2 in Myeclipse IDE
  • Core Components
  • Interceptors
  • ValueStack
  • ActionContext
  • ActionInvocation
  • OGNL

Basics of Struts II

  • Struts 2 Architecture
  • Struts2 Action
  • Action Interface
  • ActionSupport class
  • Struts2 Configuration
  • multi configuration
  • multi namespace
  • Interceptors
  • Custom Interceptor : Life Cycle of Interceptor
  • params interceptor
  • execAndWait interceptor
  • prepare interceptor
  • modelDriven interceptor
  • exception interceptor
  • fileUpload interceptor
  • Struts 2 Validation
  • Custom Validation : workflow interceptor
  • Input Validation : validation interceptor

Basics of Struts III

  • Ajax Validation : json Validation interceptor
  • Aware Interfaces
  • ServletActionContext
  • SessionAware
  • Login and Logout Application
  • ServletContextAware
  • Struts2 with I18N
  • Zero Configuration
  • By convention
  • By annotation
  • Struts2 with Tiles 2
  • Hibernate with Struts2
  • Spring with Struts2
  • Project Development in Struts2
  • Sending Email
  • Sending email through Gmail server
  • Receiving Email
  • Sending HTML content

Web Technology

  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML Tags
  • Creating Forms
  • Creating tables
  • Managing home page
  • CSS
  • Introduction to CSS
  • Three ways to use CSS
  • CSS Properties
  • Designing website
  • Working with Templates
  • Introduction to Javascript
  • Three ways to use Javascript
  • Working with events
  • Client-side Validation
  • JQuery
  • Introduction to JQuery
  • Validation using JQuery
  • JQuery Forms
  • JQuery Examples
  • AJAX
  • Introduction to AJAX
  • Servlet and JSP with AJAX
  • Interacting with database

What is the JAVA Programming Course Duration?

  • Overall - 2 Months
  • Batch Mode - Daily / Weekend.
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  • What is the JAVA Programming Course fees ?
  • Our fees are dependent on batches, You can call our executive and they tell you current batch fees.
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  • Who are the trainers for JAVA Programming Course ?
  • We have experienced trainers team with us, who is having more than 5+ years real time industry experience, other than that they have teaching experience.
  • Our trainers are experts in their field and have thorough domain knowledge and hands-on industry expertise.
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  • Do you provide JAVA Programming Course training material to the candidates ?
  • Yes, study material will be provided to you in our website, we will give you access to our study material.
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  • How to register ?
  • There are two ways of getting register for the course, one you can enter Name, Email, Phone and Course and registrar on website.
  • Second, you can simply give us a call our executive will do all the needful for you.
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  • What are the payment options?
  • Bank Transfer (NEFT)
  • Cheque Payment
  • Google pay, Paytm
  • Western Union Money transfer
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  • Will I get a demo class?
  • Yes, you can registrar for Free Demo class.
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  • What is system configuration required for an online training class?
  • You don’t need any special configuration, have the proper equipment like headphone, internet, regular configured course.
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  • What if I have any questions during the class ?
  • You can always ask any question during class and the trainer will right away answer your question.
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  • What if I miss the class?
  • You don’t need to worry we will give you recorded session, and we will let u know the class time for missed class from another batch, you just need to manage time.
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  • Will there be interactive classes, Practical classes with real-time exposure?
  • There will be an interactive call, we will take practical classes.

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