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Java Training Syllabus in Bangalore

Course Outline

 

A. Course Introduction

Course Objectives

Course Overview

Using the Workbook

Suggested References

 

2. Getting Started with Java

What is Java?

How to Get Java

A First Java Program

Compiling and Interpreting Applications

The JSDK Directory Structure

 

3. Eclipse

Introduction to Eclipse

Installing Eclipse

Running Eclipse for the First Time

Editors, Views, and Perspectives

Setting up a Project

Creating a New Java Application

Running a Java Application

Debugging a Java Application

Importing Existing Java Code into

Eclipse

 

4. Datatypes and Variables

Primitive Datatypes

Declarations

Variable Names

Numeric Literals

Character Literals

String

String Literals

Arrays

Non-Primitive Datatypes

The Dot Operator

 

5. 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

Implicit Type Conversions

The Cast Operator

 

6. Control Flow

Statements

Conditional (if) Statements

Adding an else if

Conditional (switch) Statements

while and do-while Loops

for Loops

A for Loop Diagram

Enhanced for Loop

The continue Statement

The break Statement

 

7. Methods

Methods

Calling Methods

Defining Methods

Method Parameters

Scope

Introduction to Java for

Non-C Programmers© ITCourseware, LLC 2

Introduction to Java for Non-C Programmers v5.2.2

So, Why All the static?

 

8. Object-Oriented Programming

Introduction to Object-Oriented

Programming

Classes and Objects

Fields and Methods

Encapsulation

Access Control

Inheritance

Polymorphism

Best Practices

 

9. Objects and Classes

Defining a Class

Creating an Object

Instance Data and Class Data

Methods

Constructors

Access Modifiers

Encapsulation

 

AB. Using Java Objects

Printing to the Console

printf Format Strings

StringBuilder and StringBuffer

Methods and Messages

toString

Parameter Passing

Comparing and Identifying Objects

Destroying Objects

The Primitive-Type Wrapper Classes

Enumerated Types

 

AA. Inheritance in Java

Inheritance

Inheritance in Java

Casting

Method Overriding

Polymorphism

super

The Object Class

 

A2. Advanced Inheritance and Generics

Abstract Classes

Interfaces

Using Interfaces

Collections

Generics

Comparable

 

A3. Packages

The import Statement

Static Imports

CLASSPATH and Import

Defining Packages

Package Scope

 

A4. Exception Handling

Exceptions Overview

Catching Exceptions

The finally Block

Exception Methods

Declaring Exceptions

Defining and Throwing Exceptions

Errors and RuntimeExceptions

 

A5. Input/Output Streams

Overview of Streams

Bytes vs. Characters

Converting Byte Streams to Character

Streams

File Object

Binary Input and Output

PrintWriter Class

Reading and Writing Objects

Closing Streams

 

A6. Core Collection Classes

The Collections Framework

The Set Interface

Set Implementation Classes

The List Interface

List Implementation Classes

The Queue Interface

Queue Implementation Classes

The Map Interface

Map Implementation Classes

 

A7.  A – Collection Sorting and

Tuning

Sorting with Comparable

Sorting with Comparator

Sorting Lists and Arrays

Collections Utility Methods

Tuning ArrayList

Tuning HashMap and HashSet

 

A8.  B – Java EE Overview

Introduction to Java EE

Java SE Building Blocks

Web Applications

Web Services© ITCourseware, LLC 3

Introduction to Java for Non-C Programmers v5.2.2

Enterprise JavaBeans

Additional J2EE APIs

POJO, Dependency Injection, and

Annotations

The Java EE Platform

 

A9.  C – Eclipse Shortcuts

Shortcut Key Sequences

More Shortcut Key Sequences

Intermediate Java Programming

A. Course Introduction

Course Objectives

Course Overview

Using the Workbook

Suggested References

 

2. Collection Sorting and Tuning

Sorting with Comparable

Sorting with Comparator

Sorting Lists and Arrays

Collections Utility Methods

Tuning ArrayList

Tuning HashMap and HashSet

 

3. Inner Classes

Inner Classes

Member Classes

Local Classes

Anonymous Classes

Instance Initializers

Static Nested Classes

 

4. Introduction to Swing AWT and Swing

Displaying a Window

GUI Programming in Java

Handling Events

Arranging Components

A Scrollable Component

Configuring Components

Menus

Using the JFileChooser

 

5. Introduction to JDBC

The JDBC Connectivity Model

Database Programming

Connecting to the Database

Creating a SQL Query

Getting the Results

Updating Database Data

Finishing Up

 

6. JDBC SQL Programming

Error Checking and the SQLException Class

The SQLWarning Class

JDBC Types

Executing SQL Queries

ResultSetMetaData

Executing SQL Updates

Using a PreparedStatement

Parameterized Statements

Stored Procedures

Transaction Management

 

7. Advanced JDBC

JDBC SQL Escape Syntax

The execute() Method

Batch Updates

Updateable Result Sets

Large Objects

Working with Savepoints

RowSets

CachedRowSet

DataSources

 

8. Regular Expressions

Pattern Matching and Regular Expressions

Regular Expressions in Java

Regular Expression Syntax

Special Characters

Quantifiers

Assertions

The Pattern Class

The Matcher Class

Capturing Groups

 

9.  A – Core Collection Classes

The Collections Framework

The Set Interface

Set Implementation Classes

The List Interface

List Implementation Classes

The Queue Interface

Queue Implementation Classes

The Map Interface

Map Implementation Classes

 

AB.  B – Swing Events and

Layout Managers

The Java Event Delegation Model

Action Events

List Selection Events

Mouse Events

Layout Managers

BorderLayout

FlowLayout

GridLayout

BoxLayout

Box

JTabbedPane

Course Outline

 

A. Course Introduction

Course Objectives

Course Overview

Using the Workbook

Suggested References

 

2. Processing XML with Java – JAXP

The Java API for XML Processing

Introduction to SAX Parsing

SAXParser and JAXP

SAX Event Methods

Introduction to DOM

Parsing DOM with JAXP

The DOM API

Validation

Transformation

 

3. Introduction to Threads

Non-Threaded Applications

Threaded Applications

Creating Threads

Thread States

Runnable Threads

Coordinating Threads

Interrupting Threads

Runnable Interface

ThreadGroups

 

4. Thread Synchronization and Concurrency

Race Conditions

Synchronized Methods

Deadlocks

Synchronized Blocks

Synchronized Collections

Thread-Aware Collections

Thread Communication — wait()

Thread Communication — notify()

Executor

Callable

 

5. Advanced I/O - Object Serialization

What is Serialization?

Serializable Objects

Writing an Object

Reading an Object

Handling Exceptions

Customizing Serialization

Controlling Serialization

Versioning

 

6. Advanced I/O – New I/O

The java.nio package

Buffers and Channels

Buffer Implementations

Buffer Methods

ByteBuffer Methods

FileChannel

File Locking

MappedByteBuffer

Transferring Data between Channels

Character Sets

Advanced Java

Programming

Java for Advanced Programmers Rev 5.2.A

 

7. Reflection

Introduction to Reflection

The Class Class

The reflect Package

Constructors

Fields

Methods

Exception Handling and Reflection

JavaBeans

Dynamic Programming

 

8. Networking with Sockets

Clients and Servers

Ports, Addresses and Protocols

The Socket Class

Communication Using I/O

Servers

The ServerSocket Class

Concurrent Servers

The URL Class

The URLConnection Class

 

9. Remote Method Invocation

Distributed Applications

Stubs

Steps to Create a Remote Object

An RMI Client

An RMI Server

RMI Classes and Interfaces

Class Distribution

Parameter Passing and Serialization

 

AB. Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)

Naming and Directory Services

Namespaces and Contexts

Naming Operations

Bindings

Attributes

Directory Operations

DNS Lookups with JNDI

JNDI in Java EE

 

AA. Java Performance Tuning

Is Java Slow?

Don't Optimize Until You Profile

HotSpot Virtual Machine

Garbage Collection Concepts

Garbage Collection Generations

Garbage Collection Algorithms

Object Creation

String, StringBuffer, and StringBuilder

Synchronized

Inline methods

Tuning Collections

 

A2.  A – Encryption with the javax.crypto Package

Cryptography Concepts

Encryption Keys

Cipher Algorithms

Modes and Padding Schemes

The Cipher Class

Encrypting and Decrypting Data

Cipher Output Stream

Cipher Input Stream

Encryption using Password Ciphers

Exchanging Encrypted Keys

Sealed Objects

 

A3.  B - Native Methods

Overview of Java Native Methods and JNI

How to Create and Use Native Methods

Native Method Declaration

Using javah

Creating the Implementation Code

Compilation

Distribution

Using the Native Methods

JNI

Passing Arguments

Calling Java Methods in Native Code

JNI Signatures

A. Course Introduction

Course Objectives

Course Overview

Using the Workbook

Suggested References

 

2. Introduction to Java EE 5

Introduction to Java EE

Java SE Building Blocks

Web Applications

Web Services

Enterprise JavaBeans

Additional Java EE APIs

POJO, Dependency Injection, and Annotations

The Java EE Platform

 

3. Introduction to JSP and JSTL

MVC and Web Applications

JSP As the View

JSP Scripting Elements

Request and Response

Expression Language

EL Operators

include and forwards

JSTL

Conditionals and Iteration in JSTL

JSTL Variables and Output

 

4. Introduction to Java Servlets and JavaBeans

Java Servlets as the Controller

HttpServlet

HTTPServletRequest

HTTPServletResponse

HttpSession

RequestDispatcher

JavaBeans as the Model

Bean Scopes

WAR File

 

5. Introduction to JavaServer Faces

Frameworks

JSF Benefits

JSF Tag Libraries

Components

Managed Beans

Event handling

Navigation

Validators and Converters

Lifecycle

JSF Application Structure

 

6. JMS

Messaging Concepts

What is JMS ?

Point-to-Point

Publish/Subscribe

Message Object

Session

Creating the Client

 

7. EJB3 Overview

The Enterprise JavaBean

EJB Benefits

A Simple EJB

Local and Remote EJB Access

Creating a Client

Assembly and Deployment of EJBs

Creating a Client

Assembly and Deployment of EJBs

 

8. Session Beans and Message-Driven Beans

A Session Bean

Stateelss Session Beans

PostConstruct and PreDestroy

Lifecycle of a Stateless Session Bean

Stateful Session Beans

Lifecycle of a Stateful Session Bean

Lifecycle Callbacks

Singleton Session Beans

Lifecycle of a Singleton Session Bean

Dependency Injection

Message-Driven Beans

MDB Lifecycle

Sending a Message

 

9. Introduction to the Java Persistence API

What is Java Persistence?

Persistence Objects and Metadata

Creating an Entity Class

The Persistence Unit

The Entity Manager

Looking up Entities

Deployment

 

AB. Persisting Entities

EntityManager and Persistence Context

Managed and Detached Entities

Creating and Removing Entities

Bulk Updates and Deletes

Transactions

Mapping Entities to Tables

Primary Keys

Entity Relationships

Cascading

 

AA. Transactions

The Java Transaction API

The UserTransaction Interface

Transactions in Java EE

Bean-Managed Transactions

Container-Managed Transactions

Transaction Attributes

Transaction Rollbacks

 

A2. Data Binding with JAXB 2.B

W3C XML Schema

XML Data Binding Basics

JAXB Architecture

Compiling Schema to Java

JAXBContext

Unmarshalling

Marshalling

Validation

Custom Binding Declarations

 

A3. Java API for XML-Based Web Services (JAX-WS)

JAX-WS

Creating a Web Service Endpoint

The Service Implementation

The Service Interface

Generating Artifacts

Generated Files

Packaging and Deploying the Application

A JAX-WS Client

wsimport

 

A4. Case Study

Persistence

Stateless Session Bean

Web Tier Client: HTML

Web Tier Client: Controller Servlet

Web Tier Client: Data Transfer JavaBean

Web Tier Client: JSP

Web Tier Client: web.xml

Message-Driven Bean

JMS Client

JAX-WS Endpoint

Web Service Client

 

 A - Underlying Technologies: RMI and JDBC

RMI

Steps to Create a Remote Object

An RMI Client

An RMI Server

RMI Utilities

The JDBC Connectivity Model

Connecting to the Database

Creating a SQL Query

Getting the Results

Updating the Database Data

 

 B - JavaMail

Mail Systems and JavaMail

The javax.mail Packages

Establishing a Session

The MimeMessage Class

Sending a Message

Retrieving Email Messages

Multi-part Messages


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