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Java Online Training:
Course Duration - 80hrs

1) Core Java

2) J2EE


Flow Control

    •  Conditional constructs
      • Different types of if condition
    • Looping constructs.
      • While
      • Do-while
      • For
      • For-each
    • break, continue
    • Switch statement
Object Oriented Programming



Abstract classes and Interfaces

Inner classes

Exception Handling

Memory Management

Collections Framework

Java I/O Stream



Generics, Enums, AutoBoxing Internationalization., Locale, Formatting text and dates



J2EE Online Training

Enterprise applications provide the business logic for an enterprise. They are centrally managed and often interact with other enterprise software.

The aim of the Java EE platform is to provide developers with a powerful set of APIs while shortening development time, reducing application complexity, and improving application performance. Using Java EE we can develop web, distributed multitier applications.

  1. Web application development
    1. Introduction to web application development
    2. Purpose of web application development
    3. Various elements of web applications
    4. Setting up Tomcat web server and Eclipse WTP
    5. Developing dynamic web applications using Servlet’s
      1. Overview of Servlet2.5 & 3 API’s
      2. Handling a client’s request using Servlet
      3. Configuring servlet’s using xml and annotations
      4. Web Container
      5. Servlet Life Cycle
      6. Http Protocol
        1. Http Request Format
        2. Http Response Format
      7. Coordinating servlets
      8. Scope objects(Sharing data)
    6. Servlet Filters
      1. Filter basics
      2. Creating a filter
      3. Understanding the applications of filters
    7. Servlet Listeners
      1. Listener’s basics
      2. Creating a listener & registering
      3. Understanding the applications of listeners
    8. Session Tracking
    9. JSP (Java Server Pages)  
      1. JSP Elements
        1. Directives.
        2. Declarations.
        3. Scriptlets.
        4. Expressions.
        5. JSP Actions.
      2. Implicit objects.
      3. Expression Language (EL).
      4. JSTL(JSP Standard Tag Libraray)
        1. Core Tags
        2. Formatting tags
        3. SQL tags
        4. XML tags
        5. JSTL Function
      5. Creating Custom JSP Tag Libraries: The Basic
          1. Java-based tags
          2. Components of a tag library
          3. Basic tags
          4. Tags that use body content
          5. Tags that optionally use body content
      6. JSP-based tags (tag files)
          1. Components of a tag library
          2. Basic tags
          3. Tags that use attributes
          4. Tags that use body content
      7. Ajax: Asynchronous Page Updates
        1. The basic Ajax process
        2. Using dynamic content and JSP
        3. Using dynamic content and servlets
        4. Sending GET data
        5. Sending POST data
        6. Displaying HTML results
        7. Parsing and displaying XML results
      8. JQuery
        1. Introduction to JQuery
        2. Working with selectors, events
        3. Manipulating content dynamically
        4. JQuery UI and forms
        5. jQuery and Ajax
Model1 and Model2(MVC) Architectures.

  1.  JNDI(Java Naming and Directory Interface) API
    1. Understanding JDNI Tree in Application servers
    2. Creating context
    3. Registering bound objects
    4. Look up bound objects
  2. Enterprise Messaging using JMS(Java Messaging Service) API
    1. Messaging is a method of communication between software components or applications.
    2.  Messaging enables distributed communication that is loosely coupled.
    3. Introduction to JMS
      1. What is JMS?
      2. JMS Features
      3. JMS Architecture
    4. JMS Fundamentals
      1. Messaging Models
        1. Point-to-Point Messaging.  
        2. Publish/Subscribe Messaging.
      2. Connection Factory
      3. Session
      4. Destination Types
        1. Queue
        2. Topic
      5. Message Consumer
      6. Message Producer
    5. Configuring JMS
      1. JMS Server
      2. Destination’s
    6. Types of Messages
    7. Sending and Receiving Message
  3.  XML Processing API's
    1. XML syntax and namespaces
    2. Describing XML with schema
    3. XPath
    4. XSLT
    5. Java APIs for XML Parsing and Transformation
    6. JAXP, SAX, and DOM
  4. Java API for XML Binding(JAXB)
    1. The need for Data Binding
    2. Mapping schema types for Java
    3. Java-to-xml mapping using annotation’s
    4. Marshalling and Un marshalling with JAXB
    5. Working with JAXB Object models
  5. Java Persistence API (JPA)
    1. Entity class and O/R mappings
    2. Persistent fields and properties
    3. Entity relationship mappings
      1. One-One
      2. One-Many
      3. Many-One
      4. Many-Many
    4. Inheritance mappings
    5. Annotations and XML descriptors for defining mappings
    6. Entity Operations
      1. The Entity Manager interface
      2. Entity instance life cycle
      3. Entity listeners and call-back methods
    7. Java Persistence Query Language (JPQL)
Other Data binding Frameworks in Java

  1. Castor XML
  2. XMLBeans
Struts 2 Framework

Struts 2 - Overview

Application Development with Struts 2



Introduction to Ajax

Presentation with Struts Tags


Test-driven Development


Type Conversion
Hibernate Framework

  1. Object Persistence
  2. Hibernate Architecture
  3. Persistent Classes
  4. Working with Persistent Objects
  5. Components
  6. Associations
  7. Value Type Collections
  8. Inheritance
  9. Transitive Persistence
  10. Custom Mapping
  11. HQL
  12. Criteria
  13. Transactions and Concurrency
  14. Fetching Strategies
  15. Cache
  16. Annotations
Spring Framework

1.Overview of Spring3 modules
2.Dependency Injection /Inversion of control.
3.IOC Containers
4. Spring 3 Expression Language(SpEL)
5Annotation Driven Configuration in Depth
7.Spring Web MVC Annotation driven
8.Spring JDBC
9.Object Relational Mapping Intergration
10.Spring Transaction (TX) Management
11.JEE  (Java Enterprise Edition)
12.Spring Security
13.Spring Web flow
14.Spring-JSF Integration
15.Spring Batch

REST Full Web Services (JAX-RS with Jersey Implementation)           

  1. Understand the advantages of the REST architecture for web services.
  2. Developing REST Full Web services using JAX-RS.
  3. Manage XML content using XML Schema and JAXB.
  4. Understanding Resources
  5. Using Http Methods to represent CRUD operations
  6. Dispatching Request to Methods
    1. The Application Path
    2. The @Path Annotation
    3. The HTTP Method Annotations
    4. Sub-Resource Locators
    5. Annotation Inheritance and overriding
  7. Parameters
    1. Different Types of Parameters
  8. Response Types
    1. @Produces
    2. Working with different response types
      1. Java Objects
      2. XML
      3. JSON
      4. HTML/Text
      5. Binary Content    
  9. Understanding RESTFull Web services support in Spring Framework with a sample application.
SOAP Based Web Services (Axis2 & JAX-WS)

Defining SOAP Messages with WSDL
Overview of Web Services and Apache Axis2
Simple Web Services Apache Axis2 Web Service Clients Apache Axis2 Web Service End-points
Exposing Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) as Web Services
Implementing code-first Web services
Improving generated WSDL
Implementing Web Service Clients in Java
Generating client code from WSDL

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