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Java Online Training

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Java is widely used object oriented programming language. Most of the android apps are developed using Java technology. Java developers can write the code once and run it on any platform that supports java. Our Java Online Courseis reliable, highly interactive and quality learning sessions of course are conducted by our expert trainers. Each session is followed by a practical experience of lab session. The one who wish to learn Java must be acquainted with at least one programming language. Anyone who want to start their career in cyber security, networking, android development and many other streams need to learn everything about Java.

Course Content

    JAVA EE ->J2SE -> CORE JAVA

    • After all having a lot number of programming languages
    • Why JAVA; yet another language!!!
    • AND NOW WHY ONLY JAVA???
    CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
    • What is Java?
    • History
    • Versioning
    • The Java Virtual Machine
    • Writing a Java Program
    • Packages
    • Simple Java Programs
    CHAPTER 2: LANGUAGE COMPONENTS
    • Primitive Data Types
    • Comments
    • The for Statement
    • The if Statement
    • The while and do while Statements
    • The switch Statement
    • The break Statement
    • The continue Statement
    • Operators
    • Casts and Conversions
    • Keywords
    CHAPTER 3: OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
    • Defining New Data Types
    • Constructors
    • The String Class
    • String Literals
    • Documentation
    • Packages
    • The StringBuffer Class
    • Naming Conventions
    • The Date Class
    • The import Statement
    • Deprecation
    • The StringTokenizer Class
    • The DecimalFormat Class
    CHAPTER 4: METHODS
    • Introduction
    • Method Signatures
    • Arguments and Parameters
    • Passing Objects to Methods
    • Method Overloading
    • Static Methods
    • The Math Class
    • The System Class
    • Wrapper Classes
    CHAPTER 5: ARRAYS
    • Introduction
    • Processing Arrays
    • Copying Arrays
    • Passing Arrays to Methods
    • Arrays of Objects
    • The Arrays Class
    • Command Line Arguments
    • Multidimensional Arrays
    CHAPTER 6: ENCAPSULATION
    • Introduction
    • Constructors
    • The this Reference
    • Data Hiding
    • public and private Members
    • Access Levels
    • Composition
    • Static Data Members
    CHAPTER 7: INHERITANCE & POLYMORPHISM
    • Introduction
    • A Simple Example
    • The Object Class
    • Method Overriding
    • Polymorphism
    • Additional Inheritance Examples
    • Other Inheritance Issues
    CHAPTER 8: ABSTRACT CLASSES AND INTERFACES
    • Introduction
    • Abstract Classes
    • Abstract Class Example
    • Extending an Abstract Class
    • Interfaces
    CHAPTER 9: EXCEPTIONS
    • Introduction
    • Exception Handling
    • The Exception Hierarchy
    • Checked Exceptions
    • Advertising Exceptions with throws
    • Developing Your Own Exception Classes
    • The finally Block
    CHAPTER 10: INPUT AND OUTPUT IN JAVA
    • Introduction
    • The File Class
    • Standard Streams
    • Keyboard Input
    • File I/O Using Byte Streams
    • Character Streams
    • File I/O Using Character Streams
    • Buffered Streams
    • File I/O Using a Buffered Stream
    • Keyboard Input Using a Buffered Stream
    • Writing Text Files
    CHAPTER 11: THREADS
    • Threads vs. Processes
    • Creating Threads by Extending Thread
    • Creating Threads by Implementing Runnable
    • Advantages of Using Threads
    • Daemon Threads
    • Thread States
    • Thread Problems
    • Synchronization
    CHAPTER 12: COLLECTIONS
    • Introduction
    • Vectors
    • Hashtables
    • Enumerations
    • Properties
    • Collection Framework Hierarchy
    • Lists
    • Sets
    • Maps
    • The Collections Class
    CHAPTER 13: NETWORKING
    • Networking Fundamentals
    • The Client/Server Model
    • InetAddress
    • URLs
    • Sockets
    • A Time-of-Day Client
    • Writing Servers
    • Client/Server Example

    J2EE -> ADVANCED JAVA

    Database Programming using the JDBC API:
    CHAPTER 1: JAVA DATABASE CONNECTIVITY (JDBC)
    • Introduction
    • Relational Databases
    • Structured Query Language
    • A Sample Program
    • Transactions
    • Meta Data
    • The X/OPEN Call Level Interfaces
    • Database Connectivity & ODBC Concepts
    • The JDBC mechanism-Connecting to a DB
    • Types of JDBC Drivers
    • The steps in implementing a JDBC application
    • Types of statements, Result Sets etc.
    • Introduction to JDBC 3.0 AP!
    Java Servlet v2.4 Technology:
    • CGI Vs Servlets
    • Introduction to web designing
    • Introduction to the web servers
    • HTTP Protocol-Status codes, request methods
    • Deployment descriptors
    • Servlet Lifecycle
    • Types of servlets
    • Servlet API
    • Sessions & Session tracking
    • Cookies
    • Servlet changing and dispatching
    • Filtering
    Java Server Pages:
    • Overview
    • Comparing with the other technologies
    • JSP Architecture
    • Implicit Objects
    • Elements of JSP (Comments, Experessions, Scriptlets, Declarations, actions)
    • JSP Directives
    Pageilinclude, taglib
    • Scopes
    • JSP & JDBC
    • JSP & Java Beans-The 'use bean' tag
    • Tag Libraries (JSTL)
    Case Study 1
    • Convert the previous site from servlets using the JSPs
    Case Study 2
  • Develop a full-fledged shopping (art web applications)
  • Introduction to Distributed computing
  • Introduction to Distributed computing
  • Frameworks

    SPRINGS
    CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO SPRING
    • What is Spring?
    • Overview of the Spring Framework
    • Spring Philosophies
    • Spring Documentation
    • Java 5 Language Features
    CHAPTER 2: A FIRST LOOK AT SPRING
    • A Simple Example
    • Wiring Beans
    • Configuring a Properties File
    • Schema-Based Configuration
    CHAPTER 3: BEANS AND CONTAINERS
    • Spring Containers
    • Spring Configuration File
    • Spring Beans
    • Using the Container
    • The BeanFactory Interface
    • Singleton vs. Prototype
    • Bean Naming
    • Dependency Injection
    • Setter Injection
    • Constructor Injection
    CHAPTER 4: THE APPLICATION CONTEXT
    • The ApplicationContext Interface
    • Accessing Application Components
    • Accessing Resources
    • Internationalization with MessageSource
    • Application Events
    CHAPTER 5: DATA VALIDATION AND CONVERSION
    • The Validator Interface
    • The Errors Interface
    • The ValidationUtils Class
    • Validator Example
    • Testing the Validator
    • Property Editors
    • Custom Property Editors
    CHAPTER 6: ASPECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
    • Aspect-Oriented Programming
    • AOP Concepts
    • AOP Proxies
    • The AOP Alliance
    • Types of Advice
    • AOP Example
    • Introductions
    CHAPTER 7: USING JDBC WITH SPRING
    • A Simpler Approach
    • The JdbcTemplate Class
    • Exception Translation
    • Updating with the JdbcTemplate
    • Queries using the JdbcTemplate
    • Mapping Results to Java Objects
    CHAPTER 8: USING HIBERNATE WITH SPRING
    • What is Hibernate?
    • Hibernate Sessions
    • The HibernateTemplate
    • Sample Class and Mapping File
    • Creating and Saving a New Entity
    • Locating an Existing Entity
    • Updating an Existing Entity
    • Hibernate Query Language
    • Executing Queries
    CHAPTER 9: SPRING WEB MVC - PART 1
    • Spring Web MVC
    • The DispatcherServlet
    • Writing a Controller
    • A Simple View Page
    • Configuring the Controller
    • Adding a View Resolver
    • Adding a Message Bundle
    • Adding Business Classes
    • Adding Test Data
    • Accessing a Database
    • Adding a Form
    • Updating the Database
    • Integrating Hibernate
    CHAPTER 10: SPRING WEB MVC - PART 2
    • Handler Mappings
    • View Resolution
    • Chaining View Resolvers
    • Controllers
    • AbstractWizardFormController

    HIBERNATE

    CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED WITH HIBERNATE
    • What is Hibernate?
    • Preparing to Use Hibernate
    • Configuring Hibernate
    • JDBC and Datasource Properties
    • Other Configuration Properties
    • Hibernate Sessions
    • Writing Classes for Hibernate Applications
    • Sample Class and Database Table
    • Sample Class and Mapping Diagram
    • Creating and Saving a New Entity
    • Locating an Existing Entity
    • Updating an Existing Entity
    • Deleting an Entity
    • Executing an HQL Query
    • Schema Generation
    • Programmatic Configuration
    CHAPTER 2: MAPPING PERSISTENT CLASSES
    • Class Annotations
    • Access Type
    • Property Annotations
    • Hibernate Types
    • Entities and Values
    • Mapping Embeddable Types
    • Compound Keys
    • Generated Keys
    CHAPTER 3: INHERITANCE
    • Mapping Class Inheritance
    • Table Per Class Hierarchy
    • Table Per Subclass
    • Table Per Concrete Class
    CHAPTER 4: COLLECTIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
    • Mapping Collections
    • Initializing Collections
    • Sample Application - UML Diagram
    • Sample Application - Database Schema
    • Implementing Associations
    • Mapping Associations
    CHAPTER 5: HIBERNATE QUERY LANGUAGE
    • HQL Basics
    • HQL Expressions
    • HQL Functions
    • Polymorphic Queries
    • Executing Queries
    • Scrollable Results
    • Named Queries
    • Associations and Joins
    • Inner Joins
    • Outer Joins
    • Sample Queries
    APPENDIX A: WORKING WITH THE LAB FILES
    • Importing the Eclipse Project
    • Working with MySQL
    • Creating Tables for the Training Application
    • Hibernate Console Configuration
    Design Patterns
    • Overview
    • Types of patterns
    • Factory pattern
    • Signleton Pattern
    • Front Controller
    • Session Facade
    • Message Facade
    • DAO
    • DTO
    • Intercepting filter

    SOAP Web Services

    CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW OF WEB SERVICES
    • Why Web Services?
    • Service-Oriented Architecture
    • HTTP and XML
    • Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
    • Web Service Description Language (WSDL)
    • Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI)
    • The WS-I Basic and Related Profiles
    • REST
    CHAPTER 2. WEB SERVICES FOR JAVA EE
    • Hosting Web Services: Scenarios
    • Invoking Web Services: Scenarios
    • Web Services for Java EE (WS4JEE)
    • The Automated Approach: JAX-WS and JAXB
    • Manual Options: SAAJ and JAXP
    • Portable Web-Services Metadata
    • Service Registries: JAXR
    CHAPTER 3. THE SIMPLE OBJECT ACCESS PROTOCOL
    • Messaging Model
    • Namespaces
    • SOAP over HTTP
    • The SOAP Envelope
    • The Message Header
    • The Message Body
    • SOAP Faults
    • Attachments
    CHAPTER 4. THE JAVA API FOR XML BINDING
    • The Need for Data Binding
    • XML Schema
    • Two Paths
    • JAXB Compilation
    • Mapping Schema Types to Java
    • Java-to-XML Mapping Using Annotations
    • Marshaling and Unmarshaling
    • Working with JAXB Object Models
    • In-Memory Validation
    CHAPTER 5. WEB SERVICES DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE
    • Web Services as Component-Based Software
    • The Need for an IDL
    • Web Services Description Language
    • WSDL Information Model
    • The Abstract Model -- Service Semantics
    • Message Description
    • Messaging Styles
    • The Concrete Model -- Ports, Services, Locations
    • Extending WSDL -- Bindings
    • Service Description
    CHAPTER 6. THE JAVA API FOR XML-BASED WEB SERVICES
    • Two Paths
    • How It Works: Build Time and Runtime
    • The Service Endpoint Interface
    • Working from WSDL
    • Working from Java
    • RPC and Document Styles
    • One-Way Messaging
    • Binary Protocols
    CHAPTER 7. WSDL-TO-JAVA DEVELOPMENT
    • The @WebService Annotation
    • Generated Code
    • Compilation and Assembly
    • Deployment
    • Runtime Behavior
    • Scope of Code Generation
    • More JAXB: Mapping Collections
    • More JAXB: Mapping Enumerations
    CHAPTER 8. CLIENT-SIDE DEVELOPMENT
    • Stubs and Proxies
    • Generated Code
    • Locating a Service
    • Invoking a Service
    CHAPTER 9. JAVA-TO-WSDL DEVELOPMENT
    • The @WebMethod, @XmlParam, and Related Annotations
    • Scope of Code Generation
    • More JAXB: Mapping Inheritance
    • Controlling the XML Model
    • Controlling the WSDL Description
    CHAPTER 10. JAX-WS BEST PRACTICES
    • Which Way to Go?
    • Interoperability Impact
    • Portability Impact
    • Polymorphism in Web Services
    • Web Services as Java EE Components
    • Lifecycle Annotations
    • Context Interfaces
    • The @WebServiceRef Annotation
    CHAPTER 11. PROVIDER AND DISPATCH APIS
    • Stepping Down
    • The Provider Interface
    • Implementing a Provider
    • JAXB Without WSDL
    • Integrating JAXP
    • The Dispatch Interface
    • Building Clients
    CHAPTER 12. THE SOAP WITH ATTACHMENTS API FOR JAVA
    • The SAAJ Object Model
    • Parsing a SOAP Message
    • Reading Message Content
    • Working with Namespaces
    • Creating a Message
    • Setting Message Content
    CHAPTER 13. MESSAGE HANDLERS
    • Handling SOAP Headers
    • Servlet Endpoint Context
    • MessageContext and SOAPMessageContext
    • Message Handlers and Handler Chains
    • Processing Model and Patterns
    • Client-Side Handlers
    CHAPTER 14. EJBS AS WEB SERVICES
    • Enterprise JavaBeans
    • Three Tiers for Java EE
    • EJB3 and JAX-WS
    • Session Beans as Web Service Endpoints
    • The Bean's Service Endpoint Interface
    • SOAP as an EJB Protocol
    • Pitfalls
    CHAPTER 15. HANDLING BINARY CONTENT
    • The WS-I Attachments Profile
    • Using base64Binary
    • MIME Attachments
    • JAX-WS Support
    • MTOM and XOP
    • SAAJ Support
    APPENDIX A. LEARNING RESOURCES
    APPENDIX B. COMPATIBILITY AND MIGRATION
    • JAX-RPC
    • Comparing JAX-RPC and JAX-WS
    • Using JAX-RPC and JAX-WS Together
    • SOAP

    Restful Web Services

    OVERVIEW OF WEB SERVICES
    • Why Web Services?
    • Service-Oriented Architecture
    • HTTP and XML
    • SOAP
    • WSDL
    • REST
    • UDDI
    • The WS-I Basic Profile
    • Security
    WEB SERVICES FOR JAVA EE
    • Hosting Web Services: Scenarios
    • Web Services for Java EE
    • JAX-WS and JAXB
    • Web-Services Metadata
    • WSDL-to-Java and Java-to-WSDL Paths
    • Provider and Dispatch APIs
    • SAAJ and JAXP
    • JAX-RS for RESTful Services
    • JAXR
    THE JAVA API FOR XML BINDING
    • The Need for Data Binding
    • XML Schema
    • Two Paths
    • JAXB Compilation
    • Mapping Schema Types to Java
    • Java-to-XML Mapping Using Annotations
    • Marshaling and Unmarshaling
    • Working with JAXB Object Models
    THE JAVA API FOR RESTFUL SERVICES
    • Applications
    • Resources
    • Sub-Resources
    • Providers
    • Scanning and @ApplicationPath
    DISPATCHING REQUESTS TO METHODS
    • The Application Path
    • The @Path Annotation
    • The HTTP Method Annotations
    • Sub-Resource Locators
    • Annotation Inheritance and overriding
    PARAMETER AND RETURN TYPES
    • Simple Parameter Types
    • @Consumes and @Produces Annotations
    • @XXXParam Annotations
    • The @DefaultValue Annotation
    • Return Types
    • Binary Content
    • Delivering a File
    ENTITIES AND COMPLEX CONTENT
    • Entity Providers
    • Built-In Entity Providers
    • Working with XML
    • Driving XML Representations from Schema
    CONTEXT AND LIFECYCLE
    • Reading Web Resources
    • Finding Java EE Components
    • Finding Databases
    • Security Contexts

    APPENDIX A. COURSE TOOLS AND UTILITIES

    APPENDIX B. HANDY GUIDE TO WEB-SERVICES ACRONYMS

    SERVERS
    • TOMCAT 5.5/6.0
    • Web logic 10.X
    • Web sphere 6.X
    • JBOSS 4.X
    IDES
    • Eclipse 3.X, My Eclipse
    • Net beans 5.5/6.X
    • RAD 6.X
    EXTRA TOOLS
    • Log4I
    • ANT
    • JUNIT
    • Jquery
    • HTML
    • Java Script
    • Maven
Why Java

What Are the Objectives of Java Certification Course?

This Java Certification Course is developed to help learners to understand from the beginning of the concepts to advanced programming techniques. This course requires no previous coding experience and will provide learner the knowledge of oops concepts, methods, arrays, inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes and interfaces, exceptions, threads, collections, networking and while giving you hands on experience on JDBC, Java servlets, java server pages, hibernate with spring, hibernate, SOAP webs services, restful web services and web services for java EE.

What Skills you will learn with this Java Online Course?

  • By the end of this Java course you will understand
  • Understand basic and advanced Java concepts
  • Setup connections using JDBC
  • Understand servlet functions
  • Understand multi threading, string handing and exception handling techniques
  • Learn how to map relationships with Hibernate
  • Understand SOAP based web service

This Java Online Courseis ideal for students, software developers, programming enthusiasts, web developers and graduates.

Features
  • 35 Hours Online Live classes
  • Real Time Case Studies
  • Every Class will be Followed by Practical Assignments
  • Lifetime Access to Class Presentations, Class Recordings & Installation Guides
  • 24x7 Online Support for Your Queries

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I was extremely satisfied with the course and for providing hands on training on Java. I would recommend anybody for this training. Every time they used to remind me by email to join the training at correct time till the last day. I would recommend anyone to checkout IBM IT Solutions for any training.

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