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Java Language Importance

❖ Syntactically Simple
❖ Object Oriented
❖ Platform Independent
❖ Dynamic Memory Management
❖ Compiled / Interpreted approach
❖ Robust
❖ Security
❖ Dynamic Linking
❖ Multi-Threading
❖ Built-in Networking
❖ Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, Javascript or any programming language

Java Course syllabus

Object Oriented Programming (OOPS) concepts

❖ Programming Languages
❖ Object Oriented Programming
❖ Classes & Objects
❖ Pillars Of Object Oriented Programming
❖ OOPS concepts and terminology
❖Encapsulation & Examples
❖ Abstraction & Examples
❖ Inheritance
❖ Advantages of OOPS

What is Java?

❖History of Java
❖ Features of Java
❖ What is Java?
❖ Execution Model Of Java
❖How to Get Java.?
❖ A First Java Program
❖ Compiling and Interpreting Applications
❖ The JDK Directory Structure
❖Using Eclipse

Data types and Variables

❖What are data types?
❖ Primitive Datatypes & Declarations
❖ Variables & Types
❖ Numeric & Character Literals
❖String formatting and Parsing
❖String Literals
❖ Arrays, Non-Primitive Datatypes
❖ Casting & Type Casting
❖ Widening & Narrowing Conversions
❖The Dot Operator


❖What are Methods?
❖ Method Structure
❖Declaration Of Methods
❖Calling Of Methods
❖Defining Methods
❖Method Parameters Scope
❖ Why static methods?

Operators and Expressions

❖ Expressions
❖Assignment Operator
❖ Arithmetic Operators
❖ Relational Operators
❖ Logical Operators
❖Increment and Decrement Operators
❖ Operate-Assign Operators (+=, etc.)
❖ The Conditional Operator
❖ Operator Precedence
❖ The Cast Operator

Control Statements

❖Java If-else
❖ Java Switch
❖ Java For Loop
❖ Java While Loop
❖Java Do While Loop
❖Java Break
❖Java Continue
❖ Java Comments
❖ Java Programs

Java Object Class

❖Java OOPs Concepts
❖ Naming Convention
❖ Object and Class
❖static keyword
❖this keyword

Java Inheritance

❖ Single Inheritance
❖Multilevel Inheritance.
❖Hierarchical Inheritance.

Java Polymorphism

❖ Method Overloading
❖Method Overriding
❖ Covariant Return Type
❖ super keyword
❖ Instance Initializer block
❖final keyword
❖ Runtime Polymorphism
❖ Dynamic Binding
❖ instance Of operator

Java Abstraction

❖Abstract class
❖ Interface
❖ Abstract vs Interface

Java Encapsulation

❖ Package
❖Access Modifiers

Interfaces and Abstract Classes

❖ What is an Interface
❖ Defining Interfaces
❖ Separating Interface and Implementation
❖Implementing and Extending Interfaces
❖Abstract Classes


❖What is a Package?
❖ Advantages of using a Package
❖ Types Of Packages
❖ Naming Convention
❖Steps For Creating Packages
❖Defining Packages
❖ Package Scope

Java Array

❖ Java Array

Java String

❖ Immutable String
❖String Comparison
❖ String Concatenation
❖Methods of String class
❖StringBuffer class
❖String vs StringBuffer
❖toString method

Exception Handling

❖try and catch block
❖Multiple try & catch block
❖finally block
❖throw keyword
❖Throw vs Throws
❖Final vs Finally vs Finalize

Java Multithreading

❖ What is Multithreading
❖ Life Cycle of a Thread
❖Creating Thread
❖ Thread Scheduler
❖ Sleeping a thread
❖ Start a thread twice
❖ Calling run() method

Java Synchronization

❖ Synchronization in java
❖ synchronized block
❖static synchronization
❖ Deadlock in Java
❖ Inter-thread Comm

Java I/O

❖ Java Input/Output
❖ BufferedOutputStream
❖ BufferedInputStream

Java Networking

❖Networking Concepts
❖ Socket Programming
❖ URL class
❖ URLConnection class
❖ HttpURLConnection
❖ InetAddress class
❖ DatagramSocket class

Java Swing

❖ Swing Introduction
❖ Java Swing & Events
❖ Swing UI Elements
❖ Event Handling
❖ Java ActionListener
❖ Java MouseListener
❖ Java ItemListener
❖ Close Swing Window

Java AWT

❖Java AWT & Events
❖ AWT UI Elements
❖ Event Handling
❖ Java ActionListener
❖Java MouseListener
❖Java ItemListener
❖Close AWT Window

Java Collections

❖ The Collections Framework
❖ The Set Interface
❖Set Interface Methods
❖Set Implementation Classes
❖ The List Interface
❖ List Implementation Classes
❖ The Map Interfaces
❖ Map Implementation Classes
❖ Utility classes
❖ Generics in Java
❖Primitive wrapper classes


❖ JDBC Introduction
❖ JDBC Driver
❖DB Connectivity Steps
❖Connectivity with MySQL
❖ DriverManager
❖ Connection
❖ Statement
❖ ResultSet
❖ PreparedStatement


HTML, CSS & JavaScript Overview

❖ HTML Basics
❖ HTML Elements
❖ CSS Introduction
❖CSS Syntax & Selectors
❖ JavaScript Overview
❖ Bootstrap Overview

Java MVC Architecture

❖ Three-tier architecture
❖ Introduction to MVC
❖MVC Architecture
❖Advantages of MVC
❖ Building pages with MVC


❖What is a web application?
❖ What is a Servlet?
❖ Advantages of Servlet
❖ Servlet Class
❖Servlet Lifecycle
❖Servlet Context Interface
❖Advantages of Servlet Context
❖Session management
❖Session Tracking Techniques
     o Cookies
     o Hidden field
     o URL Rewriting
     o HTTP Session
❖Building the first Servlet
❖Deploying the Servlet
❖Servlet Examples


❖ Introduction of JSP
❖ JSP Architecture
❖JSP Processing
❖JSP Tag library
❖ Core Tags
❖ JSP Standard Tags
❖ JSP Page Life Cycle
❖Creating the first Dynamic web page using JSP


❖ Introduction to Hibernate
❖ Hibernate v/s JDBC
❖What is Object Relational Mapping
❖Hibernate Features
❖Application Architecture
❖ Persistent Classes

❖ Object States
     o Transient State
     o Persistent State
     o Detached State
❖ Rules of Persistent Classes
❖ Mapping Collections
❖ Hibernate Mapping File Elements
     o One-to-one
     o One-to-many mapping
     o Many - one mapping
     o Many - to - many mapping
❖ Hibernate Query Language
     o Basic HQL Operations
     o Advantages of HQL
❖ Caching and Transactions
     o Types Of Cache
     o Hibernate Transaction Management
     o Transaction Interface In Hibernate
❖ Hibernate with Web Applications


❖ Introduction of Spring Framework
     o Characteristics Of Spring
     o Spring Framework Architecture
     o Spring Framework Modules
     o Spring Platform Advantage

❖Spring bean Wiring
     o Dependency Injection
     o IoC Containers
     o Spring Bean Lifecycle
     o Beans Auto Wiring
     o Autowiring Limitations

❖Spring with database
     o Introduction to JDBC
     o Limitations of JDBC API
     o Spring JDBC Approaches
     o JdbcTemplate Class
     o JdbcTemplate Class Methods
     o Data Access Object (DAO)


Introduction to Struts
     o What is a Web Framework
     o Limitations of JSP/Servlet Coding
     o MVC1 v/s MVC2
     o What is Struts
     o Invasive v/s Non invasive Frameworks
     o Modules in Struts 2
     o Request Processing Lifecycle
     o Struts1 v/s Struts2
     o Advantages of Struts2
Struts2 MVC Architecture
     o Actions Commponent
     o Results & Result Types
     o The Value Stack

Action Classes
     o Introduction to Action Class
     o Characteristics Of Action Class
     o ActionSupport Class
     o Action Interface
Handling Application Requests
     o Handling Form Data
     o Struts2 Form
     o JavaBean Class
     o Success Page
     o Configuring Struts2
Deployment Descriptors
     o The web.xml file
     o The struts.xml file
     o The struts-config.xml file
     o The struts. Properties file


❖ Introduction to RDBMS
❖ Features of RDBMS
❖Introduction to SQL
❖Basic Terminologies
❖ PLSQL Data Types
❖ Primary Key v/s Foreign Key
❖ The Unique Constraint
❖DDL Statements
❖DML Statements
❖Retrieving Records
❖ Normalization
❖ Functions in SQL
❖ Handling Null Values
❖SQL Joins
     o Inner joins
     o Outer Joins
     o Right Joins