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ADVANCED JAVA

Best Advanced Java Training in Bangalore

Training by Certified Instructors

Course Duration: 6 weekends

Objectives of Java Training:

Java in our Java Training is more than a programming language….it is a technology. Java Training has the following aims and objectives:

  •  It seeks to eliminate difficulties of other languages such as pointer arithmetic and memory management that affects the strength of the code
  • Java aims to streamline the code
  • It is an object oriented program to provide vizualization in real life terms
  • The programming language provides an interpreted environment
  • It is suited for running programs with more than one thread of activity
  • A method to change programs dynamically through their runtime life is offered through code modules
  • Checking loaded modules increases security of this programming language.

 Who should learn Java Training?

Anyone can and should learn Java Training because this language can be mastered by novices and experts alike. Creating computer programs to perform tasks for individuals is the essence of Java. Java Training is ideal for those who want to learn more sophisticated computer programming languages to improve their logical thinking. They can also program in a object oriented world using this programming language to create robust web applications. From software developers to students, Java is as important as can be. In fact, Java Training is a wakeup call for those who do not want to be left behind in the field of technology.

While learning this Java Training programming language, you acquire thinking skills as a programmer and learn the programming languages such as HTML and C# which become easier to master. From interns and college going adults to workers in companies and corporate sectors, Java Training is the perfect move to start learning programming languages and the ins and outs of coding.

Advanced Java Training Syllabus 

Database and SQL Fundamentals

Relational Databases and SQL

Database, Schema, Tables, Columns and Rows

DDL & DML

Sequences , Stored Procedures

Using SQL Terminals

Introduction

J2EE Overview

Why J2EE?

J2EE Architecture

J2EE APIs

J2EE Containers

Servlet

HTML Forms

Servlets Overview

Servlet Lifecycle: init(), service(), destroy()

GenericServlet, ServletRequest, and ServletResponse

HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse and HttpServlet

Request-response, headers, GET, POST

JDBC

JDBC Fundamentals

Advanced JDBC

Introduction to Row Sets

JDBC classes and the java.sql

Connecting to databases

JDBC design patterns

Session Management

HTTP as a stateless protocol

Hidden form fields

Cookies

session tracking

Http Session

Exception handling and error pages

Directives

Single Thread Model interface

JavaServer Pages

Overview

JSP architecture , JSP tags and JSP expressions

Fixed Template Data , Lifecycle of a JSP

Model View Controller (MVC)

Model 1/Model 2 Architecture

Data Sharing among servlets & JSP

Request, application, session and page scope

JSP implicit objects

RMI (Remote Method Invocation)

RMI overview
RMI architecture
Example demonstrating RMI

Java Beans

Enterprise Bean overview

Types of enterprise beans

Advantages of enterprise beans

The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans

Working with Session Beans

Statefull vs. Stateless Session Beans

Working with Entity Beans

Message Driven Beans

JNDI

JNDI overview

JNDI API

Context operations

Using JNDI in J2EE applications

Struts Framework

What is Struts?

Struts Architecture

Struts classes – ActionForward, ActionForm,

ActionServlet, Action classes

Understanding struts-config.xml

Understanding Action Mappings

Struts flow with an example application

Struts Tiles Framework

Struts Validation Framework

Internationalizing Struts Application

Struts with Message Resources

Other J2EE Technologies

Hibernate

Spring framework

JSF

Web services

SOA, SOAP, AXIS, WSDL, UDDI, Endpoint & Callback

AJAX

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