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Dp Project Development

572, Sector-4 Vasihali Ghaziabad I.E.Sahibabad, Ghaziabad, India- 201010.

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Our Company is a ISO Certified Private Company that provides Training and Software solutions in various engineering backgrounds or for industrial purposes. We also take up academic/research projects and training and provide proper Government approved certification.

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572, Sector-4 Vasihali Ghaziabad

Near maha laxmi tower

I.E.Sahibabad, Ghaziabad, India- 201010.

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Core Java, Struts, Web services, Servlet, J2ME, Spring, JSP (Java Server Pages), Hibernate

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- by Anil

attended GIS and QGIS services

posted on 25 May, 2016

"GIS and QGIS service training is best in this company. Please have a look the content of GIS Training it is good content for student. "

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- by Raj Singh

attended Web Designing

in Feb,2015

posted on 08 Jul, 2015

"Hello, I have attend Web Designing online training in DP Project Development. Pvt. Ltd.. I good support they provide me good knowledge expert trainer who solve m every query. "

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- by Aadesh

attended . NET

in Feb,2015

posted on 06 Jul, 2015

"Microsoft's .NET initiative pervades all aspects of computing. From your operating system and Web browser, to the servers that run the Internet, down to handheld devices, phones, and radios. Microsoft's ambition is to change the way we develop, access, and interact with Internet applications. Given this, it's easy to see that .NET is important to anyone who accesses information electronically .NET facilitates Internet services. Of course, an Internet service is software and the world's largest software company will do more than simply facilitate their creation. Microsoft intends to aggressively participate in the creation, hosting, managing, and providing of Internet services to businesses and consumers.. "

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- by Pooja Kumari

attended Iphone Training

in Apr,2015

posted on 06 Jul, 2015

"Hello, I have attended IPhone Online training in DP Project Development. I good good support they provide me goo knowledge and expert trainer who solve m every query. Thank you DP team. "

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"Hi , this is Mithun Ghosh from Kolkata. I want a suggestion about the course content of teaching Java starting from core to Advanced level. Please anyone do help with a legible course content. Thanks in advance -- Thanks & Regards, Mithun Ghosh" in   IT Courses/Java

1. ADVANCED JAVA & J2EE (JAVA 2 ENTERPRISE EDITION) COLLECTION FRAMEWORK • The Collection Interfaces (list , set, Sorted set) • The collection classes(The array list, Linked list, Hash set, Tree set) • Accessing a Collection via an Iterator • Working with maps • Working with Comparators • The Collection Algorithms • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces(Enumeration, Vector, Stack, Dictionary, Hash table) • Date and Time Handling 2. SYSTEM PROPERTIES AND INTERNATIONALIZATION • Usage of Property file • Define the locale • Resource Bundle • Fetching Text from Resource Bundle 3. REMOTE METHOD INVOCATION (RMI) • Distributed Applications • RMI Architecture • Implementation • Call-Back Mechanism 4. DATABASE PROGRAMMING USING JDBC • JDBC Drivers • Statements • Metadata • Scrollable & Updatable Result set • Batch Updates • Data Sources And Connecting Pooling • Row sets 5. INTRODUCTION TO J2EE ARCHITECTURE TIER ARCHITECTURE • Single Tier • Two Tier • Three Tier • N Tier 6. J2EE COMPONENTS • Web components • Business components 7. J2EE CONTAINERS • Containers Type • Containers Services 8. J2EE CONTAINERS • Containers Type • Containers Services 9. INTRODUCATION TO UML • Use Cases • Diagrams 10. INTRODUCTION TO XML • Document type Definition (DTD) • Schemas 11. JAVA SERVLET • Introduction to Web Programming • Advantages to Servlet • Servlet Lifecycle • Request Dispatching • Session Tracker • Event Listener • Filters 12. JAVA SERVER PAGES (JSP) & JSTL • JSP Architecture • JSP Element • JSP Objects • Custom Tags • Using Tags of JSTL • Expression Language 13. ENTERPRISE JAVA BEANS (EJB-3.0) • Java Persistence API • Introduction • Architecture • Types of EJB 14. SESSION BEANS • Introduction • State Management • Life cycle • Types • Stateless • State full 15. ENTITY BEANS • Introduction • Persistence • Lifecycle • Types • Container management Persistence (CMP ) • Introduction • Primary key classes • EJB method • EJB QL • Syntax • Clauses • Bean Management Persistence (BMP) • Introduction • Implementation • EJB Relationships 16. MESSAGE DRIVEN BEANS & JMS • Messaging overview • Messaging models • Point to point models • topic subscriber models • JMS Implementation 17. TRANSACTIONS • Introduction • ACID properties • Transaction requirement • Container managed transaction • Bean managed transaction • Distributed transaction • Two phase Commit 18. J2EE DESIGN PATTERN • Why design pattern? • Front controller • Composite view • Session façade • Service Locator • Data Access Object • Value object 19. JAVA MAIL • Email system and Protocols • Architecture • Sending mail • Receiving mail • Handling attachments • Replying & forwarding 20. PAKAGING AND DEPLOMENT USING ANT • A conceptual overview of web services • Web Service requirements • Datatype • SOAP • WSDL • UDDI 21. UTILITIES • My Eclipse 2.0 22. WEB SERVER • Apache Tomcat 6.0 23. APPLICATION SERVER • Bea's Web logic 10.0 • J Boss • Sun Application server • Web share TRAINING SCHEDULE - Please contact us for latest training schedule TRAINING MODE We give flexible learning options to trainees • Instructor Lead (REGULAR / ONLINE / WEEK-END / PART-TIME / COMBINED-FLEXIBLE) • INSTRUCTOR LEAD LIVE ONLINE TRAINING MODE - You can join the training from any part of world. Contact us for more details.

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"Anybody knows converting jsf primeface into css bootstrap?" in   IT Courses/Java

We can use some bootstrap CSS classes and helpers but if we want give style to each UI control, we will need to set the primefaces theme to none. context-param param-name primefaces.THEME /param-name param-value none /param-value /context-param Then we will need to give some style to each component we want. Just using the corresponding classes in each one of the components. The analysis has two major problems, JSF is not what they have been told anymore and second “We recommend teams use simple frameworks and embrace and understand web technologies including HTTP, HTML and CSS.” assumes there is a silver bullet in web frameworks where there is none, but there is a silver bullet for each project type. Things can get really messy for complex form oriented web applications with tons of javascript and css, JSF handles the heavy lifting here.

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"What is C? Where it is used ?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

About C language:- C is mother language of all programming language. It is system programming language. It is procedure-oriented programming language. It is also called mid level programming language. C was developed by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Laboratories in 1972. Most of its principles and ideas were taken from the earlier language B, BCPL and CPL. CPL was developed jointly between the Mathematical Laboratory at the University of Cambridge and the University of London Computer Unit in 1960s. CPL (Combined Programming Language) was developed with the purpose of creating a language that was capable of both machine independent programming and would allow the programmer to control the behavior of individual bits of information. But the CPL was too large for use in many applications. In 1967, BCPL (Basic Combined Programming Language) was created as a scaled down version of CPL while still retaining its basic features. This process was continued by Ken Thompson. He made B Language during working at Bell Labs. B Language was a scaled down version of BCPL. B Language was written for the systems programming. In 1972, a co-worker of Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie developed C Language by taking some of the generality found in BCPL to the B language. The original PDP-11 version of the Unix system was developed in assembly language. In 1973, C language had become powerful enough that most of the Unix kernel was rewritten in C. This was one of the first operating system kernels implemented in a language other than assembly. During the rest of the 1970's, C spread throughout many colleges and universities because of its close ties to UNIX and the availability of C compilers. Soon, many different organizations began using their own versions of C Language. This was causing great compatibility problems. In 1983, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) formed a committee to establish a standard definition of C Language. That is known as ANSI Standard C. Today C is the most widely used System Programming Language. Application areas of C language where C language is used: 1. C language is used for creating computer applications  2. Used in writing Embedded softwares 3. Firmware for various electronics, industrial and communications products which use micro-controllers. 4. It is also used in developing verification software, test code, simulators etc. for various applications and hardware products. 5. For Creating Compiles of different Languages which can take input from other language and convert it into lower level machine dependent language. 6. C is used to implement different Operating System Operations. 7. UNIX kernel is completely developed in C Language. List of Application Operating Systems Network Drivers Print Spoolers Language Compilers Assemblers Text Editors Modern Programs Data Bases Language Interpreters Simulators Utilities Embedded System

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"How do you print this line in brackets as output through C....???? [ printf("hello") ]" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

#include stdio.h #include conio.h void main() { clrscr(); printf(“\[printf(\”hello\”)]\n”); getch(); } Output: [ printf(“hello”) ]

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"What is the importance of pointers? People stress more on them. Why they are useful actually what is their importance?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

Importance of pointers:- Pointers are used in situations when passing actual values is difficult or not desired. To return more than one value from a function. They increase the execution speed. The pointer are more efficient in handling the data types . Pointers reduce the length and complexity of a program. The use of a pointer array to character string results in saving of data. To allocate memory and access it( Dynamic memory Allocation). Implementing linked lists, trees graphs and many other data Structures. Pointers allow you to implement sharing without copying i.e. pass by reference v/s pass by copying. This allows a tremendous advantage when you are passing around big arrays as arguments to functions. Pointers allow modifications by a function that is not the creator of the memory i.e. function A can allocate the memory and function C can modify it, without using globals, which is a no-no for safe programming. allow us to use dynamic memory allocation. Pointers obviously give us the ability to implement complex data structures like linked lists, trees, etc Pointers allow ease of programming, especially when dealing with strings. This is due to the fact that a pointer increment will move by the size of the pointee i.e. easy coding to increment to the next memory location of an array, without worrying about how many bytes to move for each data type. I.e. a pointer to a char will move the pointer by a byte, pointer to an int, by the size of the int, etc NOTE that this is important because you do not have to worry about the size of the data types which can vary on different architectures.  Pointers allow us to resize the data structure whenever needed. For example, if you have an array of size 10, it cannot be resized. But, an array created out of malloc and assigned to a pointer can be resized easily by creating a new memory area through malloc and copying the old contents over. This ability is very important in implementing sparse data structures also. 

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Java Training Classes

Teaches

Core Java, Struts, Web services, Servlet, J2ME, Spring, JSP (Java Server Pages), Hibernate

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

MATLAB Training

Courses in MATLAB Training

Web Designing Classes

Teaches web designing at proficiency level

Basic Web Designing, Advanced Web Designing

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

C++ Language classes

Proficiency level taught

Basic C++, Advanced C++

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Digital Marketing Training
iPhone Programming classes
Web Services Training
Mobile Application Development Training

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Android Application Development

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5.0 from 19 reviews

A

- by Anil

attended GIS and QGIS services

posted on 25 May, 2016

"GIS and QGIS service training is best in this company. Please have a look the content of GIS Training it is good content for student. "

R

- by Raj Singh

attended Web Designing

in Feb,2015

posted on 08 Jul, 2015

"Hello, I have attend Web Designing online training in DP Project Development. Pvt. Ltd.. I good support they provide me good knowledge expert trainer who solve m every query. "

A

- by Aadesh

attended . NET

in Feb,2015

posted on 06 Jul, 2015

"Microsoft's .NET initiative pervades all aspects of computing. From your operating system and Web browser, to the servers that run the Internet, down to handheld devices, phones, and radios. Microsoft's ambition is to change the way we develop, access, and interact with Internet applications. Given this, it's easy to see that .NET is important to anyone who accesses information electronically .NET facilitates Internet services. Of course, an Internet service is software and the world's largest software company will do more than simply facilitate their creation. Microsoft intends to aggressively participate in the creation, hosting, managing, and providing of Internet services to businesses and consumers.. "

P

- by Pooja Kumari

attended Iphone Training

in Apr,2015

posted on 06 Jul, 2015

"Hello, I have attended IPhone Online training in DP Project Development. I good good support they provide me goo knowledge and expert trainer who solve m every query. Thank you DP team. "

Have you attended the class of Dp Project Development? Write a Review

"Hi , this is Mithun Ghosh from Kolkata. I want a suggestion about the course content of teaching Java starting from core to Advanced level. Please anyone do help with a legible course content. Thanks in advance -- Thanks & Regards, Mithun Ghosh" in   IT Courses/Java

1. ADVANCED JAVA & J2EE (JAVA 2 ENTERPRISE EDITION) COLLECTION FRAMEWORK • The Collection Interfaces (list , set, Sorted set) • The collection classes(The array list, Linked list, Hash set, Tree set) • Accessing a Collection via an Iterator • Working with maps • Working with Comparators • The Collection Algorithms • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces(Enumeration, Vector, Stack, Dictionary, Hash table) • Date and Time Handling 2. SYSTEM PROPERTIES AND INTERNATIONALIZATION • Usage of Property file • Define the locale • Resource Bundle • Fetching Text from Resource Bundle 3. REMOTE METHOD INVOCATION (RMI) • Distributed Applications • RMI Architecture • Implementation • Call-Back Mechanism 4. DATABASE PROGRAMMING USING JDBC • JDBC Drivers • Statements • Metadata • Scrollable & Updatable Result set • Batch Updates • Data Sources And Connecting Pooling • Row sets 5. INTRODUCTION TO J2EE ARCHITECTURE TIER ARCHITECTURE • Single Tier • Two Tier • Three Tier • N Tier 6. J2EE COMPONENTS • Web components • Business components 7. J2EE CONTAINERS • Containers Type • Containers Services 8. J2EE CONTAINERS • Containers Type • Containers Services 9. INTRODUCATION TO UML • Use Cases • Diagrams 10. INTRODUCTION TO XML • Document type Definition (DTD) • Schemas 11. JAVA SERVLET • Introduction to Web Programming • Advantages to Servlet • Servlet Lifecycle • Request Dispatching • Session Tracker • Event Listener • Filters 12. JAVA SERVER PAGES (JSP) & JSTL • JSP Architecture • JSP Element • JSP Objects • Custom Tags • Using Tags of JSTL • Expression Language 13. ENTERPRISE JAVA BEANS (EJB-3.0) • Java Persistence API • Introduction • Architecture • Types of EJB 14. SESSION BEANS • Introduction • State Management • Life cycle • Types • Stateless • State full 15. ENTITY BEANS • Introduction • Persistence • Lifecycle • Types • Container management Persistence (CMP ) • Introduction • Primary key classes • EJB method • EJB QL • Syntax • Clauses • Bean Management Persistence (BMP) • Introduction • Implementation • EJB Relationships 16. MESSAGE DRIVEN BEANS & JMS • Messaging overview • Messaging models • Point to point models • topic subscriber models • JMS Implementation 17. TRANSACTIONS • Introduction • ACID properties • Transaction requirement • Container managed transaction • Bean managed transaction • Distributed transaction • Two phase Commit 18. J2EE DESIGN PATTERN • Why design pattern? • Front controller • Composite view • Session façade • Service Locator • Data Access Object • Value object 19. JAVA MAIL • Email system and Protocols • Architecture • Sending mail • Receiving mail • Handling attachments • Replying & forwarding 20. PAKAGING AND DEPLOMENT USING ANT • A conceptual overview of web services • Web Service requirements • Datatype • SOAP • WSDL • UDDI 21. UTILITIES • My Eclipse 2.0 22. WEB SERVER • Apache Tomcat 6.0 23. APPLICATION SERVER • Bea's Web logic 10.0 • J Boss • Sun Application server • Web share TRAINING SCHEDULE - Please contact us for latest training schedule TRAINING MODE We give flexible learning options to trainees • Instructor Lead (REGULAR / ONLINE / WEEK-END / PART-TIME / COMBINED-FLEXIBLE) • INSTRUCTOR LEAD LIVE ONLINE TRAINING MODE - You can join the training from any part of world. Contact us for more details.

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0

"Anybody knows converting jsf primeface into css bootstrap?" in   IT Courses/Java

We can use some bootstrap CSS classes and helpers but if we want give style to each UI control, we will need to set the primefaces theme to none. context-param param-name primefaces.THEME /param-name param-value none /param-value /context-param Then we will need to give some style to each component we want. Just using the corresponding classes in each one of the components. The analysis has two major problems, JSF is not what they have been told anymore and second “We recommend teams use simple frameworks and embrace and understand web technologies including HTTP, HTML and CSS.” assumes there is a silver bullet in web frameworks where there is none, but there is a silver bullet for each project type. Things can get really messy for complex form oriented web applications with tons of javascript and css, JSF handles the heavy lifting here.

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0

"What is C? Where it is used ?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

About C language:- C is mother language of all programming language. It is system programming language. It is procedure-oriented programming language. It is also called mid level programming language. C was developed by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Laboratories in 1972. Most of its principles and ideas were taken from the earlier language B, BCPL and CPL. CPL was developed jointly between the Mathematical Laboratory at the University of Cambridge and the University of London Computer Unit in 1960s. CPL (Combined Programming Language) was developed with the purpose of creating a language that was capable of both machine independent programming and would allow the programmer to control the behavior of individual bits of information. But the CPL was too large for use in many applications. In 1967, BCPL (Basic Combined Programming Language) was created as a scaled down version of CPL while still retaining its basic features. This process was continued by Ken Thompson. He made B Language during working at Bell Labs. B Language was a scaled down version of BCPL. B Language was written for the systems programming. In 1972, a co-worker of Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie developed C Language by taking some of the generality found in BCPL to the B language. The original PDP-11 version of the Unix system was developed in assembly language. In 1973, C language had become powerful enough that most of the Unix kernel was rewritten in C. This was one of the first operating system kernels implemented in a language other than assembly. During the rest of the 1970's, C spread throughout many colleges and universities because of its close ties to UNIX and the availability of C compilers. Soon, many different organizations began using their own versions of C Language. This was causing great compatibility problems. In 1983, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) formed a committee to establish a standard definition of C Language. That is known as ANSI Standard C. Today C is the most widely used System Programming Language. Application areas of C language where C language is used: 1. C language is used for creating computer applications  2. Used in writing Embedded softwares 3. Firmware for various electronics, industrial and communications products which use micro-controllers. 4. It is also used in developing verification software, test code, simulators etc. for various applications and hardware products. 5. For Creating Compiles of different Languages which can take input from other language and convert it into lower level machine dependent language. 6. C is used to implement different Operating System Operations. 7. UNIX kernel is completely developed in C Language. List of Application Operating Systems Network Drivers Print Spoolers Language Compilers Assemblers Text Editors Modern Programs Data Bases Language Interpreters Simulators Utilities Embedded System

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"How do you print this line in brackets as output through C....???? [ printf("hello") ]" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

#include stdio.h #include conio.h void main() { clrscr(); printf(“\[printf(\”hello\”)]\n”); getch(); } Output: [ printf(“hello”) ]

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"What is the importance of pointers? People stress more on them. Why they are useful actually what is their importance?" in   IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

Importance of pointers:- Pointers are used in situations when passing actual values is difficult or not desired. To return more than one value from a function. They increase the execution speed. The pointer are more efficient in handling the data types . Pointers reduce the length and complexity of a program. The use of a pointer array to character string results in saving of data. To allocate memory and access it( Dynamic memory Allocation). Implementing linked lists, trees graphs and many other data Structures. Pointers allow you to implement sharing without copying i.e. pass by reference v/s pass by copying. This allows a tremendous advantage when you are passing around big arrays as arguments to functions. Pointers allow modifications by a function that is not the creator of the memory i.e. function A can allocate the memory and function C can modify it, without using globals, which is a no-no for safe programming. allow us to use dynamic memory allocation. Pointers obviously give us the ability to implement complex data structures like linked lists, trees, etc Pointers allow ease of programming, especially when dealing with strings. This is due to the fact that a pointer increment will move by the size of the pointee i.e. easy coding to increment to the next memory location of an array, without worrying about how many bytes to move for each data type. I.e. a pointer to a char will move the pointer by a byte, pointer to an int, by the size of the int, etc NOTE that this is important because you do not have to worry about the size of the data types which can vary on different architectures.  Pointers allow us to resize the data structure whenever needed. For example, if you have an array of size 10, it cannot be resized. But, an array created out of malloc and assigned to a pointer can be resized easily by creating a new memory area through malloc and copying the old contents over. This ability is very important in implementing sparse data structures also. 

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Dp Project Development conducts classes in C++ Language, Digital Marketing Training and Java Training. It is located in I.E.Sahibabad, Ghaziabad. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute and Online Classes- via online medium. It has got 19 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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