Introduction to JAVA – OOPs & its Implementation using JAVA Programs – Classes, Objects, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction, Encapsulation – Fundamentals of Java Programming: Keywords, Data Types & Programming Constructs – Sample Applications – Fundamental Classes: Package Overview, String, String Buffer, Math Classes, String Tokenizer, Constructors &Finalizers – Arrays – Exception Handling Techniques – Reflections – Advanced I/O Streams: File, Byte Streams, Character Streams, Random Access File, Object Serialization – JDBC: Advantages, Database Connectivity Using SQL Server, Types of Drivers, Statements, Prepared Statement, Callable Statement, Result Set, Date, Time – Networking: Client & Server Sockets, Networking & I/O, Networking & Applet – RMI (Remote Method Invocation): Architecture, Registry, Server & Client Programs, Remote Interfaces, Objects & Methods – Multi Threading.
Collection, Map, Date & Calendar, Enumeration, And Iterator – Applets: Applet Basics, Event Handling in Applets, Displaying Image, Playing Audio, Applet Interactions, Sample Applets – AWT – Swings – Building Stand – Alone, Windows-Based Applications Using Java.
J2EE – (JAVA 2 Enterprise Edition)
J2EE Overview – Definition – Application Development Trends – J2EE API & Technologies – Component & Container Architecture – Development & Deployment Lifecycle – J2EE Development Roles – J2EE Application Anatomies
Java Script Features – Data types – Functions – Classes – Prototype Methods – HTML Document Object Model – Event Handling – Accessing Form Elements – Form Validations
Web Applications – Servlet Request & Response Model – Servlet Mapping – Servlet Lifecycle – Scope Objects – Processing Client Data – HTTP Structure – Response Header & Body – Error Handling – State Management in Servlets
Java Server Pages (JSP)
JSP Lifecycle and Phases – Directives – Scripting Elements – Comments – Actions – Implicit Objects – Java Beans – Accessing bean properties – Sharing beans – Retaining form state – Writing custom tags – Servlet and JSP (MVC)
EJB (Enterprise Java Beans)
Architecture – Home, Remote & Local Interfaces – Stateful& Stateless Session Beans – Entity beans – Persistence Fields – Containers and Bean managed Persistence (CMP,BMP) – Application & Web clients – Packing & Deploying EJB applications and Enterprise applications – EJB QL (Query Language) – Message Driven Beans
XML (Extensible Markup Language)
Role of XML in J2EE – Understanding XML – Generating XML Data – Designing XML Data structure – Creating DTD – XML Parsers
Model View controller (MVC) Design Pattern – Model Components – Action Forms, Action Classes – View Components – Forms and Form bean Interactions – Presentation techniques – Controller components – Actions Servlet & Action mapping implementation – Handling input validation & Business Logic exceptions
We also offer Hibernate, Spring and AJAX training in our advanced j2ee training. If you are interested in our j2ee training, you can also get the syllabus customized according to your needs. We also customize the syllabus for the other java courses. Our java training is conducted by trainers who are well experienced in training students & corporate professionals with unique needs.
Advanced J2EE Training
Introduction to Hibernate – Hibernate architecture and API – Object/Relational Mapping – Collection Mapping – Component Mapping – Hibernate Query Language (HQL) and Criteria Queries – Batch Processing and Native SQL – Caching Objects – Hibernate in web applications
Introduction to Spring – Spring Architecture – Dependency Injection – Aspect Oriented Programming – Model View Controller Framework – Inversion of Control Framework – Aspect Oriented Programming Framework – Data Access Framework – Transaction Management Framework – Remote Access Framework
Introduction to AJAX – Requirements – AJAX states – Properties – Methods – Programs – JSP with AJAX – DB with AJAX – XML with AJAX – Using the XMLHttpRequest Object – Sprinkle some AJAX magic in your Web Application!!