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Core Java

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Learn JAVA Programming Language to develop system/application software, client-server applications that can solve real world problems.

Java Training Course Is Actually Split Into 3 Parts, Java Basics, Core Java & Advanced Java, Here Is The Review For The Complete Syllabus:-

COURSE CODE: ITRC-201 COURSE DURATION:6 WEEKS AND 6 MONTHS COURSE OBJECTIVES:
  • It covers Java programming language. The Java course offered by us will help you learn:
  • Understand the advantages of JAVA over C++ language
  • The concept of class and objects and how to declare class and functions.
  • The use of operators and their overloading, comparison, data conversion, etc.
  • Exceptions and error handling
  • Describes the concept of OOPS and its terminology including encapsulation, abstraction, polymorphism, inheritance, virtual functions etc.
  • Introduce the concept of constructors and destructors
  • Tells about  exception Handling, streams and strings
  • Understand the main strategies and several Design Patterns to build the simplest, most flexible and reliable Java code
  • To write programs, you will need a software referred to as an editor. Initially we suggest you to write a code on notepad thereafter after getting the basic knowlege of path setting we will move ahead to the NETBEANS Integrated Development Environment ( IDE )
  • The concept of threads, applets, collections and many more.
Course Contents

 

CHAPTER 1:  FUNDAMENTALS OF JAVA
  1. Java – How, Exactly where as well as For what reason ?
  2. History as well as Popular features of Java
  3. Internals of Java Program
  4. main difference between JDK ,JRE together with JVM
  5. built in Information of JVM
  6. Variables together with DataTypes
  7. Unicode Method
  8. Naming Convention
CHAPTER 2:  THE JAVA ENVIRONMENT
  1. The installation of Java .
  2. Java Program Development
  3. Java Source File Design
  4. Compilation
  5. Executions
CHAPTER 3:  OOPS CONCEPTS
  1. main advantage of OOPs
  2. Object and classes
  3. Method Overloading
  4. Constructor
  5. static variable, method, block and class
  6. this keyword
  7. Inheritance
  8. Aggregation as well as Composition
  9. Method Overriding
  10. super keyword
  11. final keyword
  12. Runtime Polymorphism
  13. static as well as Dynamic binding
  14. Abstract class together with Interface
  15. Downcasting with instanceof operator
  16. Packages with Access Modifiers
  17. Encapsulation
  18. Object class
  19. Java Array
  20. Call By Value together with Call By Reference
  21. Creating API Document
CHAPTER 4:  ARRAY AND STRING
  1. Describing an Array
  2. Initializing & Using Array
  3. Multi –Dimensional Array
  4. Operations on String
  5. Mutable & Immutable String
  6. Making use of Collection Bases Loop for String
  7. Tokenizing a String
  8. Building Strings making use of StringBuffer
CHAPTER 5:  EXCEPTION HANDLING
  1. Exception Handling: Definition?
  2. try and catch block
  3. Multiple catch block
  4. Nested try
  5. finally block
  6. throw and throws keyword
  7. Exception Handling with Method Overriding
  8. In-built and User Defined Exceptions
  9. Checked and Un-Checked Exceptions
CHAPTER 6:  THREADS
  1. Learning Threads
  2. Thread Life-Cycle
  3. Thread Priorities
  4. Synchronizing Threads
  5. Inter Connectivity of Threads
  6. Important Element in Thread -DeadLock
  7. Multithreading
  8. Sleeping a thread
  9. Joining a thread
  10. Thread Priority
  11. Garbage Collection
  12. Runnable class
CHAPTER 7:  INPUT AND OUTPUT STREAM
  1. File Output Stream & File Input Stream
  2. Byte Array Input/output Stream
  3. Sequence Input Stream
  4. Buffered Output Stream & Buffered Input Stream
  5. File Writer & File Reader
  6. Char Array Writer
  7. Input from keyboard by Input Stream Reader
  8. Print Stream class
  9. Print Writer class
  10. Reading and Writing data simultaneously
  11. Data Input Stream and Data Output Stream
  12. collections
CHAPTER 8:  COLLECTION FRAMEWORK
  1. ArrayList class
  2. LinkedList class
  3. ListIterator interface
  4. HashSet class
  5. LinkedHashSet class
  6. TreeSet class
  7. PriorityQueue class
  8. ArrayDeque class
  9. Map interface
  10. HashMap class
  11. LinkedHashMap class
  12. TreeMap class
  13. Hashtable class
CHAPTER 9:  APPLETS AND SWING
  1. Applet Architecture
  2. Basics of Swing
  3. JButton class
  4. JRadioButton class
  5. JTextArea class
  6. JComboBox class
  7. JTable class
  8. JColorChooser class
  9. JProgressBar class
  10. JSlider class
  11. Digital Watch
  12. Graphics in swing
  13. Displaying Image
  14. Edit Menu for Notepad
  15. Open Dialog Box
  16. Creating Notepad
  17. Creating Games and applications
CHAPTER 10:  JDBC
  1. JDBC Drivers
  2. Steps to connect to the database
  3. Connectivity with Oracle
  4. Connectivity with MySQL
  5. Connectivity with Access without DSN
  6. DriverManager
  7. Connection interface
  8. Statement interface
  9. ResultSet interface
  10. PreparedStatement
  11. ResultSetMetaData
  12. DatabaseMetaData
  13. Storing image
  14. Retrieving image
  15. Storing file
  16. Retrieving file
  17. Stored procedures and functions
  18. Transaction Management
  19. Batch Processing
  20. JDBC New Features
CHAPTER 11:  NETWORKING
  1. Socket Programming
  2. URL class
  3. Displaying data of a web page
  4. InetAddress class
  5. DatagramSocket and DatagramPacket
  6. Two way communication
CHAPTER 12:  SERVERS
  1. Apache Tomcat
  2. Glassfish Server
  3. JBoss Server
  4. Weblogic Server
CHAPTER 13:  INTRODUCTION TO JAVAEE
  1. Overview on the JavaEE Architecture
  2. 1 tier
  3. 2 tier
  4. 3 tier
  5. N tier
  6. JavaEE Key Standards
  7. Web Technology
  8. HTML
  9. CSS
  10. Javascript
  11. JQuery
CHAPTER 14:  RMI (REMOTE METHOD INVOCATION)
  1. RMI overview
  2. RMI architecture
  3. Example demonstrating RMI Steps to create a servlet
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