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Advance Java Training

Java is a leading platform for web application development, which is versatile, highly efficient, platform portable and secure. It is these features which have made it a hot favorite of more than 6.5 million software developers and students. That is why enrolling in Java industrial training after your B.Tech or MCA sounds to be the best decision.

Many major industry segments are working in Java these days and are into development of web applications, desktop apps, mobile apps and programs related to embedded systems and gaming consoles. It forms a vital part of laptops, datacenters, scientific supercomputers, mobiles and the Internet.


Course Outline


  • How the Web Works
  • Name Server
  • Client Server
  • Understanding the URL
  • HTTP
  • HTTPs
  • Full Web Request Cycle
  • Request Response Cycle
  • Introduction to HTML
  • Basic HTML Syntax
  • Basic HTML Tags
  • DOCTYPE Tag
  • Hello World Using HTML
  • Comments
  • Understanding CSS
  • Basic CSS Syntax
  • CSS Selectors
  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Why JavaScript?
  • Are Java And JavaScript The Same?
  • Analyzing JavaScript
  • Understanding the JavaScript Code Structure
  • Where To Put JavaScript?
  • First JavaScript Program
  • JavaScript Variables
  • DataTypes In JavaScript
  • Objects
  • Object Creation
  • Object Manipulation
  • Arrays
  • JavaScript Pop-Up Boxes
  • Conditional Statements In JavaScript
  • What Is A Database?
  • What Is SQL?
  • Overview of DBMS
  • DBMS - 3 Tier Architecture
  • DBMS Data Models
  • Entity Relationship Model
  • Entity
  • Attributes
  • Relationship
  • Generalization and Specialization
  • Database keys
  • Database Normalization
  • History Of MySQL
  • MySQL Products Overview
  • MySQL Characteristics
  • MySQL Workbench
  • MySQL DDL
  • DML, DCL & DQL Queries
  • Distributed Multi-tiered Applications
  • Client-Server Architecture
  • Client-Server The Drawbacks
  • 3-Tier Architecture
  • Traditional n Tier Architecture
  • Component n Tier Architecture
  • Layered Architecture
  • J2EE Architecture
  • J2EE Goals
  • J2EE Containers
  • J2EE Components
  • Packaging Applications And Components
  • Various File Types
  • Deployment Descriptor
  • Creating Deployment Descriptor
  • EJB Components
  • Web Client-Server Architecture
  • Web Server vs Application Server
  • Apache Tomcat
  • Configuring Apache Tomcat In Eclipse
  • Intro Of Servlet
  • Servlet Architecture
  • Advantages Of Servlet
  • Generic Servlet
  • Some Important Classes And Interfaces Of javax.servlet.http
  • Hello World Servlet Program
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • Important Servlet Methods
  • Servlet Config
  • Servlet Context
  • Request Dispatcher Object
  • Request Dispacther Methods
  • Session Management
  • Cookies
  • Servlet Filter Introduction
  • Servlet Filter Mapping
  • What Is JDBC?
  • Prepared Statement
  • Seven Steps To Connect
  • Types Of JDBC Driver
  • Connecting To Database
  • Querying With Database
  • prepared Statement
  • ResultSet Methods
  • Dealing With Exceptions
  • Transaction And JDBC
  • Hands On Example
  • Introduction To JSP
  • Why Use JSP
  • Advantages Of JSP
  • JSP Architecture
  • JSP Life Cycle
  • The Scriptlet
  • JSP Declarations
  • JSP Expressions
  • Project Descritpion Using Servlet And JDBC
  • JSP Directives And Actions
  • JSP Implicit Objects
  • Get Method
  • Get Using URL
  • Get Using Form
  • Post Method
  • Cookies-Reading & Deleting
  • Session Tracking
  • Database Access
  • Project Using Servlet And JSP
  • Spring Framework Intro-Introduction to Framework
  • Why Use Framework
  • Intro To Spring Framework
  • Spring Framework4 Features
  • Spring Frameowrk Setup-Setting Up System
  • Introducing Maven
  • Spring Hello World Program
  • Spring Modules-The Context Module
  • The Expression Language Module
  • The Data Access Integration Layer
  • The JDBC Module
  • The ORM Module
  • The OXM Module
  • Spring Modules-The JMS Module
  • The Transaction Module
  • The Web Module
  • The Web Servlet Module
  • The Web Portlet Module
  • IOC Introduction-IOC
  • Objectives
  • Beans
  • Container Overview
  • Class Path XML Application Context
  • Usage Of Beans-The Bean Reference
  • Naming Beans
  • The getBean Method
  • Instantiation With Constructor
  • Instantiation With Static Factory Method
  • Dependency Injection-Constructor Based Dependency Injection
  • Setter Based Dependency Injection
  • Circular Dependencies
  • The P:Namespace
  • The C:Namespace
  • Working With Beans-Bean Scope
  • Singleton
  • Prototype
  • Request
  • Session
  • Initalizing Bean And Disposable Bean
  • XML Based Init & Destory Method
  • The Default Init & Destory Method
  • The @PostConstruct & @PreDestroy
  • Combining LifeCycle Mechanism
  • Annotaions Based Configuration-Objectives
  • Spring AOP
  • Spring DataAccess
  • Spring Transactions
  • Spring Exceptions
  • Hibernate Introduction
  • ORM
  • Configuring Hibernate
  • Hibernate.cfg.xml File
  • Hello World Program Using Hibernate
  • Mapping Primary Keys
  • HQL Overview
  • Persistence Layer
  • Integrating Spring With Hibernate
  • Overview Of Web Services-Why Web Services?
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • HTTP And XML
  • Simple Object Access Protocol(SOAP)
  • Web Service Description Language(WSDL)
  • Unievrsal Description
  • Discovery And Integration(UDDI)
  • Web Services For Java EE-Hosting Web Servces Scenario
  • Invoking Web Services Scenario
  • WebServices For Java EE
  • The Automated Aproach: JAX- WS and JAXB
  • Manual options: SAAJ and JAXB
  • Portable Web Services : Metadata
  • Service Registries: JAXR
  • Introduction To JSON
  • JSON Processing In The JAVA EE Platform
  • Using The Object Model API
  • Using The Streaming API
  • JSON In Java EE Restful Web Services
  • The JSON Model Example Application
  • The JSON Pstreaming Example Application
  • Minor Project 1
  • Project Case Study 1
  • Minor Project 2
  • Project Case Study 2
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