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Syllabus
Module 1 : Introduction

• Why Java?
• Flavors of Java.
• Role of Java Programmer in Industry.
• JVM –The heart of Java
• Java’s Magic Byte code

Module 2 : Language Fundamentals

• The Java Environment
• Installing Java.
• Java Program Development
• Java Source File Structure
• Compilation
• Executions.

Module 3 : Basic Language Elements

• Lexical Tokens, Identifiers
• Keywords, Literals, Comments
• Primitive Data types, Operators
• Assignments.
• Conditional statements and loops in Java

Module 4 : Object Oriented Programming

• Introduction
• Classfundmentals
• Object
• Static Keywords
• Constructors
• This Key Word
• Inheritance
• Super Key Word
• Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding)
• Abstraction
• Encapsulation
• Abstract Classes
• Interfaces

Module 5 : Package

• Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages.
• Defining Package.
• CLASSPATH setting for Packages.
• Making JAR Files for Library Packages
• Import and Static Import
• Naming Convention for Packages

Module 6 : Extending Classes and Inheritance

• Use and Benefits of Inheritance in OOP
• Types of Inheritance in Java
• Inheriting Data Members and Methods
• Role of Constructors in inheritance
• Overriding Super Class Methods.
• Use of “super”.
• Polymorphism in inheritance.
• Type Compatibility and Conversion
• Abstract Class & Interfaces
• Implementing interfaces.
• Nested , Inner Class &Anonymous Classes

Module 7 : Exception Handling

• The Idea behind Exception
• Exceptions & Errors
• Types of Exception
• Control Flow in Exceptions
• JVM reaction to Exceptions
• try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling.
• In?built and User Defined Exceptions
• Checked and Un?Checked Exceptions

Module 8 : Array & String

• Defining an Array
• Initializing & Accessing Array
• Multi –Dimensional Array
• Arrays class
• Operation on String
• Mutable & Immutable String
• Using Collection Bases Loop for String
• Tokenizing a String
• Creating Strings using String Buffer

Module 9 : Collection Framework

• Introduction
• Iterable, Collection, Set, Queue, List interfaces
• Collection classes
• Map Interface
• Map Clasess
• Collections class.

Module 10 : Thread

• IntroductionThreads
• Needs of Multi?Threaded Programming.
• Thread Life Cycle
• Wait() notify() notify all() methods
• Synchronizing Threads
• Inter Communication of Threads
• Critical Factor in Thread ?DeadLock

Module 11 : Applet

• Applet & Application
• Applet Architecture.
• Parameters to Applet
• Embedding Applets in Web page.
• Applet Security Policies

Module 12 : A Collection of Useful Classes

• Observable and Observer Objects
• Math class
• Date & Times
• Using Scanner
• Regular Expression
• Input/output Operation in Java(java.io Package)
• Streams and the new I/O Capabilities
• The Classes for Input and Output
• Working with File Object
• File I/O Basics
• Reading and Writing to Files
• Buffer and Buffer Management
• Read/Write Operations with File Channel
• Serializing Objects

Module 13 : Networking Programming

• Introduction
• Socket,Serversocket
• Client –Server Communication

Module 14 : Database Programming using JDBC

• Introduction to JDBC
• JDBC Drivers & Architecture
• CURD operation Using JDBC

Module 15 : GUI Programming

• Designing Graphical User Interfaces in Java
• Components and Containers
• Basics of Components
• Using Containers
• Layout Managers
• AWT Components
• Adding a Menu to Window
• Extending GUI Features Using Swing Components

Module 16 : Event Handling

• Event?Driven Programming in Java
• Event? Handling Process
• Event?Handling Mechanism
• The Delegation Model of Event Handling
• Event Classes
• Event Sources
• Event Listeners
• Adapter Classes as Helper Classes in Event Handling
• Anonymous Inner classes a Short –cut to Event Handling
• Event Types & Classes

Module 17 : New features in Java

• New addition of programming features in Java 1.7
• New addition of programming features in Java 1.8

Module 18 : Introduction to J2EE

• J2EE Overview
• Why J2EE?
• J2EE Architecture
• J2EE APIs
• J2EE Containers

Our Approach

• Proper Communication with the student
• Course Ends With One Live Project
• Test on Each Topics
• Certification Overview
• Interview and resume preparation
• Discussion on Real Time Scenarios

1. Introduction
• Why Java?
• Flavors of Java.
• Role of Java Programmer in Industry.
• JVM –The heart of Java
• Java’s Magic Byte code

2. Language Fundamentals
• The Java Environment
• Installing Java.
• Java Program Development
• Java Source File Structure
• Compilation
• Executions.

3. Basic Language Elements
• Lexical Tokens, Identifiers
• Keywords, Literals, Comments
• Primitive Data types, Operators
• Assignments.
• Conditional statements and loops in Java

4. Object Oriented Programming
• Introduction
• Classfundmentals
• Object
• Static Keywords
• Constructors
• This Key Word
• Inheritance
• Super Key Word
• Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding)
• Abstraction
• Encapsulation
• Abstract Classes
• Interfaces

5. Package
• Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages.
• Defining Package.
• CLASSPATH setting for Packages.
• Making JAR Files for Library Packages
• Import and Static Import
• Naming Convention for Packages

6. Extending Classes and Inheritance
• Use and Benefits of Inheritance in OOP
• Types of Inheritance in Java
• Inheriting Data Members and Methods
• Role of Constructors in inheritance
• Overriding Super Class Methods.
• Use of “super”.
• Polymorphism in inheritance.
• Type Compatibility and Conversion
• Abstract Class & Interfaces
• Implementing interfaces.
• Nested , Inner Class &Anonymous Classes

7. Exception Handling:
• The Idea behind Exception
• Exceptions & Errors
• Types of Exception
• Control Flow in Exceptions
• JVM reaction to Exceptions
• try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling.
• In?built and User Defined Exceptions
• Checked and Un?Checked Exceptions

8. Array & String:
• Defining an Array
• Initializing & Accessing Array
• Multi –Dimensional Array
• Arrays class
• Operation on String
• Mutable & Immutable String
• Using Collection Bases Loop for String
• Tokenizing a String
• Creating Strings using String Buffer

9. Collection Framework
• Introduction
• Iterable, Collection, Set, Queue, List interfaces
• Collection classes
• Map Interface
• Map Clasess
• Collections class.

10.Thread
• IntroductionThreads
• Needs of Multi?Threaded Programming.
• Thread Life Cycle
• Wait() notify() notify all() methods
• Synchronizing Threads
• Inter Communication of Threads
• Critical Factor in Thread ?DeadLock

11. Applet
• Applet & Application
• Applet Architecture.
• Parameters to Applet
• Embedding Applets in Web page.
• Applet Security Policies

12. A Collection of Useful Classes
• Observable and Observer Objects
• Math class
• Date & Times
• Using Scanner
• Regular Expression
• Input/output Operation in Java(java.io Package)
• Streams and the new I/O Capabilities
• The Classes for Input and Output
• Working with File Object
• File I/O Basics
• Reading and Writing to Files
• Buffer and Buffer Management
• Read/Write Operations with File Channel
• Serializing Objects

13. Networking Programming
• Introduction
• Socket,Serversocket
• Client –Server Communication

14. Database Programming using JDBC
• Introduction to JDBC
• JDBC Drivers & Architecture
• CURD operation Using JDBC

15. GUI Programming
• Designing Graphical User Interfaces in Java
• Components and Containers
• Basics of Components
• Using Containers
• Layout Managers
• AWT Components
• Adding a Menu to Window
• Extending GUI Features Using Swing Components

16. Event Handling
• Event?Driven Programming in Java
• Event? Handling Process
• Event?Handling Mechanism
• The Delegation Model of Event Handling
• Event Classes
• Event Sources
• Event Listeners
• Adapter Classes as Helper Classes in Event Handling
• Anonymous Inner classes a Short –cut to Event Handling
• Event Types & Classes

17. New features in Java
• New addition of programming features in Java 1.7
• New addition of programming features in Java 1.8

18. Introduction to J2EE
• J2EE Overview
• Why J2EE?
• J2EE Architecture
• J2EE APIs
• J2EE Containers

Our Approach
Proper Communication with the student
Course Ends With One Live Project
Test on Each Topics
Certification Overview
Interview and resume preparation
Discussion on Real Time Scenarios

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  • Duration 50 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
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