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Core Java concepts:



  1. Lesson 1: Introduction to Java


1.1: Introduction to Java


1.2: Features of Java


1.3: Evolution in Java


1.4: Developing software in Java



  1. Lesson 2: JVM Architechture

  2. Lesson 3: Language Fundamentals


3.1: Data Types


3.2: Keywords


3.3: Operators and Assignments


3.4: Flow Control: Java’s Control Statements


3.5: Method with Variable Argument Lists


3.6: Objects and Classes


3.7: Arrays


3.8: Declaring Type Safe Enums


3.9 OOPS Features in Java – Inheritance and Polymorphism


3.10: Other Modifiers – abstract, static and final


3.11: The Object Class


3.12: The System Class


3.13: String Handling


3.14: Wrapper Classes


3.15: Common Best Practices


 



  1. Lesson 4: Packages and Interfaces


4.1: What is an Interface?


4.2: Packages


4.3: Access Specifiers and Modifiers



  1. Lesson 5: Reflection API

  2. Lesson 6: Files and Streams


6.1: Overview of I/O Streams


6.2: Types of Streams


6.3: The Byte-stream  I/O hierarchy


6.4: Character Stream Hierarchy


6.5: Buffered Stream


6.6: Data Stream


6.7: The File class


6.8: Object Stream


6.9: Scanning and Formatting


6.10: Best Practices in I/O


6(A). Lesson 6: Multithread Programming



  1. Lesson 7: Property Files


7.1: What are Property Files?


7.2: Types of Property files


7.3: User defined Properties



  1. Lesson 8 : Regular Expressions


8.1: Regular Expressions



  1. Lesson 9:AWT,Swings,Applet


 


Additional concepts:



  • 3 as an IDE

  • Jboss and Tomcate


 


Advanced Java:



  1. Lesson 10: Collections


10.1: Collections Framework


10.2: Collection Interface Methods


10.3: Generics


10.4: Enhanced For Loop


10.5: AutoBoxing with Collections


10.6: Implementing Classes


10.7: The Legacy Classes and Interfaces


10.8: Common Best Practices on Collections



  1. Lesson 11: Exception Handling


11.1: Exception Handling – Fundamentals


11.2: Exception Types


11.3: Handling Exceptions


11.4: Creating Application Specific Exceptions


11.5: Best Practices on Exception Handling



  1. Lesson 12: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC 3.0)


12.1: Java Database Connectivity - Introduction


12.2: Database Connectivity Architecture


12.3: JDBC APIs


12.4: Database Access Steps


12.5: Using Transaction


12.6: Connection Pooling


12.7: DAO Design Pattern


12.8: JDBC Best Practices



  1. Lesson 13: Annotations


13.1: What are annotations?


13.2: Advantages of annotations


13.3:  Types of Annotations


13.4:  Creating Annotations


13.5:  Using Annotations


13.6:  Testing the Annotations



  1. Lesson 14: Java Security


14.1: Java Security Architecture


14.2: Default Policy Implementation and Policy File


14.3: Certificates


14.4: Tools


Servlets :



  1. Lesson 1: Java Web Applications


1.1: Introduction to Tiered Architecture


1.2: Web Applications – An Overview


1.3: What are Web Components?


1.4: What are JEE Containers?



  1. Lesson 2: Introduction to Servlets


2.1: Introduction to Servlet


2.2: Role of Servlets in Web Application Design


2.3: Advantages of Servlets


2.4: Basic Servlet Architecture


2.5: Servlet Lifecycle


2.6: Elements of a Web Application


2.7: Developing Servlets


2.8: Initializing Servlets


2.9: Retrieving Information



  1. Lesson 3: The Request Object


3.1: Processing Get and Post Requests from Web Clients


3.2: Retrieving Path Information


3.3: Request Headers



  1. Lesson 4: The Response Object


4.1: Structure of a Response


4.2: Setting Response Headers


4.3: ClientPull


4.4: Logging



  1. Lesson 5: Configuring databases in Jboss


5.1: Database Configuration in JBoss



  1. Lesson 6: Session tracking


6.1: Introducing Session Tracking


6.2: Ways of Session Tracking in JEE


6.3: Session Management


6.4: Best Practices



  1. Lesson 7: Inter-Servlet Communication


7.1: Introducing Inter-Servlet Communication


7.2: RequestDispatcher Interface


7.3: Communication with Server Resources


7.4: Sharing Data between Servlets



  1. Lesson 8: Servlet Filters


8.1: Introduction to Servlet Filter


8.2: Filtering Components


8.3: Programming a Filter


8.4: Filter Configuration


8.5: Filter Life Cycle



  1. Lesson 9: SSL(Secure Socket Layer)


9.1: SSL and JBoss


9.2: SSL Configuration in JBoss


JSP:


Less on 1: Introduction to JSP 2.1


1.1: Introduction to Java Server Pages


1.2: Features of JSP 2.1


1.3: Access Models


1.4: Advantages of JSP over competing technologies


Lesson 2: Writing JavaServer Page


2.1 : Developing a Simple Java server Page


2.2 : JSP Processing Model


2.3 : Comments and Character Coding Conventions



  1. Lesson 3 : JSP Scripting Elements


3.1 : Forms of Scripting Elements


3.2 : Predefined Variables


3.3 : Examples using Scripting Elements



  1. Less on 4: JSP Directives


4.1 : JSP Directives


4.2 : JSP Page Directive


4.3: JSP Include Directive



  1. Less on 5: JSP Actions


5.1: JSP Actions


5.2: jsp:include Action


5.3: jsp:forward Action


5.4: jsp:plugin Action


5.5: Java Beans


5.6: Bean Related Actions



  1. Lesson 6: Custom Tags


6.1 : What is Custom Tag?


6.2 : Types of Tags


6.3 : Creating Custom Tags


6.4 : Resource Injection on the Web Tier



  1. Less on 7: Advance Custom Tags


7.1 : Introduction


7.2 : Using Simple Tag


7.3 : Using tag files



  1. Lesson 8: JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)


8.1 : What is JSTL?


8.2 : Why JSTL?


8.3 : Using Expression Language


8.4 : Using JSTL


Frameworks(J2EE):


Spring 3.0:



  1. Lesson 1: Introduction to Spring Framework


1.1. What is Spring Framework, Benefits of Spring


1.2. The Spring architecture


1.3. IOC – Inversion of control, wiring beans


1.4. Bean containers, lifecycle of beans in containers


1.5. Customizing beans with BeanPostProcessors &


BeanFactoryPostProcessors


1.6. Annotation-based configuration



  1. Lesson 2: Introduction to SpEL (Spring Expression Language)


2.1. SpEL Expression fundamentals


2.2. Expression Language features


2.3. Reduce configuration with @Value



  1. Lesson 3: AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming)


3.1. AOP concepts


3.2. AOP support in Spring using @AspectJ support


3.3. AOP support in Spring using Schema-based AOP support



  1. Lesson 4: DAO support in Spring


3.1. Data access using JDBC, JdbcTemplate


3.2. SimpleJdbcTemplate and NamedParameterJdbcTemplate class


3.3. Modeling JDBC operations as Java objects



  1. Lesson 5: Spring MVC framework


5.1. Introduction: The DispatcherServlet, Handler mappings, Resolving


views


5.2. Annotation-based controller configuration



  1. Lesson 6: Spring and Transactions


6.1. Spring Transaction Managers


6.2. Programmatic & Declarative transaction management


6.3. Transaction Attributes



  1. Lesson 7: Testing


7.1. Testing Spring applications


7.2. Spring’s TestContext framework


 


Struts 2.0: 



  1. Lesson 1: Introduction


1.1: What is Struts2.0?


1.2: Why choose Struts2.0?


1.3: Webwork2.0, Struts1.0, and Struts2.0



  1. Lesson 2: Overview of Struts2.0


2.1: Architectural Aspects of Struts2.0


2.2: New Features of Struts2.0


2.3: High-level Overview – Struts2.0 Framework


2.4: MVC in Struts2.0


2.5: Request Processing Life Cycle Workflow


2.6: Configuring the Struts2.0 Framework



  1. Lesson 3: Struts2.0 Actions


3.1: Role of Actions in Struts2.0


3.2: Packaging Actions


3.3: Implementation Actions


3.4: Commonly used Interfaces in Struts2.0



  1. Lesson 4: Struts2.0 Interceptors


4.1: Aspect-Oriented Programming


4.2: Interceptors – Struts2.0


4.3: Interceptor Order


4.4: How do Interceptors Work Together with Actions?


4.5: Configuring Interceptor


4.6: Mapping Interceptors to Actions


4.7: Default Configuration: Struts-default.xml


4.8: How to Configure an Interceptor?


4.9: Types of Interceptors



  1. Lesson 5: OGNL and Type Conversion


5.1: The Concept of OGNL and ActionContext


5.2: Conversion Errors and Null Property


5.3: Advanced Type Conversion



  1. Lesson 6: Generic Tags and UI Compone nt Tags


6.1: Struts2.0 Tags – Generic Tags


6.2: Form UI Tags


6.3: Non-Form UI tags


6.4: OGNL – Useful Features



  1. Lesson 7: Validation Framework


7.1: What is Validation Framework?


7.2: Using Validation Framework


7.4: Using Custom Validators


7.5: Additional Topics on Validators


8.Hibernate Core


9.Hibernate Annotations


 


Additional Concepts:



  • HTML

  • XML

  • Junit

  • Log4j


Databases  : SQL, PL/SQL, Oracle 10G, MySQL


 IDE              : Eclipse, Netbeans, MyEclipse


 Servers       : Tomcat, Web Logic, JBoss


Note:Fully practicals training ,live project explanation ,conducting exams for each modules ,resume preparation with project explanation and conducting interview after course completion.  

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