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Java is an object-oriented programming language. It is used in a variety of computing platforms, you can see it nearly everywhere nowadays, from embedded devices and mobile phones to enterprise ...

Java is an object-oriented programming language. It is used in a variety of computing platforms, you can see it nearly everywhere nowadays, from embedded devices and mobile phones to enterprise servers and supercomputers.

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  • Revanth Online Training B1, 3rd Floor, Eureka Court, Near Image Hospital, Ameerpet, Hyderabad Ph No: 040-64559566, 9247461324 www.revanthonlinetraining.comJava is an object-oriented programming language. It is used in a variety of computingplatforms, you can see it nearly everywhere nowadays, from embedded devices andmobile phones to enterprise servers and supercomputers. In the point of view of many ITexperts, Java is a hot property of Sun Microsystem. Seriously speaking, JAVA hasbrought a lot of advantages to the software developers. Java is specially designed to bevery user friendly. If compared with other programming languages, Java is easier towrite, compile, debug and learn. This is because it uses automatic memory managementand garbage collection. New learners can apply it easily within a short period of time.Core Java Online Training Course Duration - 30hrsCore JavaAdvanced JavaJ2EECore JavaIntroducing the JAVA technology: • Relating Java with other languages • Showing how to download, install, and configure the Java environment on a Windows system • Describing the various Java technologies such as Java EE, Java ME, Embedded Java SE • Key features of the technology and advantages of using Java • Java versions, Features and History • Java Programming format • Java Keywords • Java Data Types • Declarations and Access Control • Operators and Assignments • Flow Control • Typecasting • Arrays • Command-line argumentsOOPS: • Introduction
  • • Class • Object • Local, Instance and static variables • Constructors • This keyword • Inheritance • Working with super classes and subclasses • Using types of polymorphism such as overloading, overriding, and dynamic binding • Abstraction • Encapsulation • Abstract classes • InterfacesString Processing: • String manipulation with StringBuilder and StringBuffer • Essential String Methods • String TokenizerPackages: • Introduction to all predefined packages • User Defined Packages • Access specifiersExceptions and Assertions: • Introduction • Exceptions categories • Standard Java Exception classes • Creating your own Exception classes • Using Try-catch and finally clause • The multi-catch feature • Best Practices using Exceptions • AssertionsMultithreading: • Introduction • Thread creations • Thread Life cycle • Synchronization • Wait() notify() and notifyAll() methods • Deadlock • Deamon ThreadsI/O Streams: • I/O using Java
  • • Byte Oriented Streams • Character Oriented Streams • Files • SerializationWrapper Classes: • Introduction • Byte, Short, Integer, Long • Float, Double • Character • Boolean classesGenerics and Collections: • Introduction • Generic Classes and type parameters • Java.util Package • List, Set and Map • Stack and QueueInner Classes: • Introduction • Member Inner classes • Static Inner classes • Local Inner classes • Anonymous inner classesJava SE 7 New FeaturesAdvanced Java Course Duration - 30hrsJDBC: 1. Introduction 2. JDBC Architecture 3. JDBC API 4. Types of JDBC Drivers 5. JDBC Terminologies 6. Steps to develop a database-aware java application 7. Connectivity Approaches 8. Retrieving the data from the database 9. Java.sql.Statement 10. Java.sql.PreparedStatement 11. Java.sql.CallableStatement View slide
  • 12. Batch Updates 13. Types of ResultSetSERVLETS: 1. Introduction 2. Web application development 3. Web Application Architecture 4. Web container Model 5. Web Application development System Requirements 6. Servlets 7. Servlets Architecture 8. Skeleton structure of a servlet 9. Servlet life-cycle 10. Performing Database operations in servlet 11. Sharing of data among servlets of a web application 12. Request dispatching 13. HttpServlet basics 14. Session Tracking 15. Cookies 16. URL Rewriting 17. Filters 18. Listeners 19. Web-Security 20. Sample Application Development using ServletsJSP: 1. Introduction 2. JSP Life cycle 3. JSP Implicit Objects 4. Constituents of a JSP 5. Performing database operations with JSP 6. Using a Java Bean in a JSP 7. Sharing of Java Bean’s across JSP’s 8. JSP Models 9. Custom Actions 10. Custom Tag development steps 11. JSTL & Tag libraryServers: 1. Tomcat 2. WeblogicDatabase:OracleJ2EE Course Content Course Duration - 45hrs View slide
  • J2EERemote Method Invocation • Introduction • Terminologies used in socket programming • Elements required in RMI • Steps for running RMI application • Problems with RMIJ2EE – Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition • Introduction • Component API • Service API • J2EE Architecture • J2EE Application Development RolesEnterprise Java Beans • Introduction • Types of EJB’s • Elements of EJB’s • EJB Architecture • Session Beans o Stateless Session beans  Elements required in stateless session beans  Life cycle of Stateless Session Beans  Applications development with stateless session beans o Stateful Session Beans  Elements required for Stateful session beans  Life cycle of stateful session beans  Application development with stateful session beans • Entity Beans o Elements required to write an entity bean o Life cycle of an entity bean o Application development with Entity beans o Types of Entity beans  Container Managed Persistence (CMP)  Bean Managed Persistence (BMP) • Transactions o Introduction o Types of Transactions  Bean Managed Transactions  Bean managed transactions for Stateless Session Beans  Bean Managed Transactions for Stateful session Beans o Container Managed Transactions • JDBC Connection Pooling in EJB
  • MDB – Message Driven BeanJNDI – Java Naming and Directory Interface • Introduction • Architecture of JNDI • Programming with JNDIJava Messaging Service (JMS) • Introduction • JMS ModelsServer: • Bea Weblogic or IBM WebsphereIDE: • My Eclipse • IBM Rational Application DeveloperEJB 3.0 FeaturesNote:For Online discussions will use the following applications.Go to meetingFor remote sharing.Skype/Gtalk for voice chatFor more details please click on this site:http://www.revanthonlinetraining.com/java-online-training.php
  • MDB – Message Driven BeanJNDI – Java Naming and Directory Interface • Introduction • Architecture of JNDI • Programming with JNDIJava Messaging Service (JMS) • Introduction • JMS ModelsServer: • Bea Weblogic or IBM WebsphereIDE: • My Eclipse • IBM Rational Application DeveloperEJB 3.0 FeaturesNote:For Online discussions will use the following applications.Go to meetingFor remote sharing.Skype/Gtalk for voice chatFor more details please click on this site:http://www.revanthonlinetraining.com/java-online-training.php