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Java Training by Ace Web Academy lets you build the applications for data analytics and gain skills in programming by expressing concepts in fewer lines of code. Python supports a number of coding methodologies, including object-oriented programming and structured programming; it can be used to develop for a variety of uses including the Web and other applications that need a programmable interface.

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OOPS concepts (Data Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism) Basic Java constructs like loops and data types. String handling. Collection framework. Multithreading.

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Generic programming, sequential and associative data structures, classic data structures, sorting and searching, exception handling, database programming with JDBC, networking programming GUI development.

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A platform-independent, Java-centric environment from Sun for developing, building and deploying Web-based enterprise applications which includes thrid party frameworks Spring Hibernate and Struts.

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Java is the most preferred programming language for client-server application development and hence Java programmers will always remain in demand in the IT industry. Junior and Senior Java Programmers are constantly required in many IT companies.

Our training programs on Java focus on empowering students with the latest concepts and industry specific topics. With a team of highly-experienced trainers and well-planned course modules we ensure that our candidates get 100% success in interviews.

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  • Software programmers
  • Testing Engineers
  • Web Developers

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Basic understanding of C/ C++ programming language. The understanding of Object-Oriented programming constructs will be an added advantage.

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‘Write Once, Run Anywhere’ is the USP of the Java Programming language. It was designed as a general-purpose, classroom-based, Object-Oriented programming language. It was developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems in 1995. Java derives a lot of its composition from C and C++ and is one of the most popular programming language for Client-Server applications. It has over 10 million developers worldwide.

Ace Web Academy provides in-depth understanding and training on Java that touch upon core concepts or fundamentals along with practical usage of this programming language. We take care to provide hands-on training in front-end, middleware and back-end Java technology along with projects based on real business scenarios.

The course spans and covers Core Java, Advanced Java and J2EE, working on tools such as ECLIPPS, STRUTS STUDIO and STYLUS STUDIO. The course content is updated at regular intervals to keep it in tandem with current industry standards.

Our institute in Hyderabad comprises of state-of-the-art class rooms and lab infrastructure that offer the most conducive and interactive learning environment for students. Our team of highly-skilled trainers have years of industry experience in specific technologies. We provide classroom trainings and practical sessions on a daily basis. Besides classroom trainings, we also provide virtual classroom trainings that follow the same format. Our labs can be accessed online from anywhere around the world allowing our online students to make the best of the training facilities and lab infrastructure from the comfort of their homes

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Ace Web Academy has designed its Java course modules to allow you to get the essence of front-ware, middleware, back-end Java methodologies. We impart learning of applications for data analytics and programming by expressing concepts in just a few coding lines. Python supports a number of coding methodologies that include OOP (Object-oriented Programming) and organized program design. This can be used to develop a variety of applications pertaining to the Web and other apps that need specific programmable interface.

Java Course Content and Syllabus

Module 1-Introduction

  • Comparison with C and C+
  • Download and install JDK/JRE (Environment variables set up)
  • The JDK Directory Structure
  • First Java Program through command prompt
  • First Java Program through Eclipse

Module 2-Data types and Operators

  • Primitive Data types, Declarations, Ranges
  • Variable Names Conventions
  • Numeric Literals, Character Literals
  • String Literals
  • Arrays(One dimensional; two- dimensional)
  • Array of Object Referencesng
  • Accessing arrays, manipulating arrays
  • Enumerated Data Types
  • Non-Primitive Data types
  • Defining a class, variable and method in Java
  • Method Signature; method calls
  • Expressions in Java; introduction to various operators
  • Assignment Operator
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Conditional Operators
  • Operator Precedence
  • Implicit Type Conversions
  • Upcasting and downcasting
  • Strict typing
  • Type conversion

Module 3-Control Flow Statements

  • Statements and it's various categories in Java
  • if, if-else, if-else-if
  • switch case
  • for statement (both flavours traditional and enhanced for)
  • while and do-while loops
  • The continue Statement; labelled continue statement
  • The break Statement; labelled break statement
  • return statement

Module 4-OOPS and its application in Java

  • Classes and Objects
  • Defining a class; Defining instance variables and methods
  • Creating objects out of a class
  • Method calls via object references
  • Abstraction
  • Interfaces and Abstract classess
  • Abstract and non-abstract methods
  • Inheritance
  • extends and implements keywords in Java
  • Super class and Sub classs
  • this keyword, super keyword in Java for inheritance
  • Concrete classes in Java
  • Polymorphism
  • Compile time polymorphism -- Overloading of methods
  • Run time polymorphism -- Overriding of methods
  • Method  Overriding rules and method overloading rules
  • Introduction to Object class and it's methods
  • Encapsulation
  • Protection of data
  • Java Bean, POJO
  • Getters/Setters
  • Memory management in Java
  • Heap
  • Stack

Module 5-Packages

  • Need for packages
  • What are packages; package declaration in Java
  • Import statement in Java
  • How do packages resolve name clashes?

Module 6-Miscellaneous

  • Var-Args
  • Reference variables, local variables, instance variables
  • Memory allocations to variables
  • Double equals operator(==) operator for primitives and objects
  • toString() method on an object

Module 7-Statics

  • Static variables and methods
  • Static imports
  • Static initialization blocks; instance initialization blocks
  • Static concept in inheritance7

Module 8-Constructors

  • What are Constructors?
  • Properties of Constructors
  • Default and Parameterized Constructors
  • Rules for constructor implementation
  • Constructor Chaining
  • this call; super call for constructors
  • Constructors for Enumerated Data Types
  • Constructors concept for Abstract classes and interfaces

Module 9-Exceptions in Java

  • What are Exceptions?
  • Need for exceptions
  • How can Exceptions be coded in Java?
  • API hierarchy for Exceptions
  • Types of Exceptions
  • Keywords in Exception API: try, catch, finally, throw, throws
  • Rules for coding Exceptions
  • Declaring Exceptions
  • Defining and Throwing Exceptions
  • Errors and Runtime Exceptions
  • Custom Exception
  • Assertions
  • What are Assertions?
  • Enabling and disabling assertions in development environment

Module 10-Strings in Java

  • What are Strings?
  • String heap memory and Constant Pool memory
  • Immutability in Strings
  • String creation on heap and constant pool
  • Method APIs on String; operations on Strings
  • Mutability of String Objects – String Builder and String Buffer
  • Splitting of Strings and String Tokenize class

Module 11-Collection Framework in Java

  • The Collections Framework
  • The Set Interface
  • The List Interface
  • List Implementation Classes
  • The Map Interface
  • Map Implementation Classes
  • Queue Interface
  • Queue Implementation classes
  • Utility classes
  • Sorting collections using utility methods
  • equals() and hashCode contract in Java collections
  • overriding equals and hashCode methods in Java
  • New Collections added in Java 1.6
  • Primitive wrapper classes and all its method APIs

Module 12-Generics

  • Generics for Collections
  • Generics for class
  • Generics for methods

Module 13-Input-Output in Java

  • What is a stream?
  • Overview of Streams
  • Bytes vs. Characters
  • Overview of the entire Java IO API
  • Reading a file; writing to a file usinf various APIs
  • Reading User input from console
  • PrintWriter Class

Module 14-Serialization

  • Object Serialization
  • Serializable Interface
  • Serialization API
  • ObjectInputStream and ObjectOutput
  • Transient Fields
  • readObject and writeObject

Module 15-Inner Classes

  • Inner Classes
  • Member Classes
  • Local Classes
  • Anonymous Classes
  • Static Nested Classes

Module 16-Threads in Java

  • Non-Threaded Applications
  • Threaded Applications
  • Process based multitasking Vs Thread based multitasking
  • Thread API in Java
  • Creating Threads
  • States of a Thread
  • Synchronization for threads; static and non-static synchronized methods; blocks; concept of object and class locks
  • Coordination between threads - wait, notify and notifyAll methods for inter-thread communication

Module 17-Applets

  • What are Applets?
  • Need for Applets?
  • Different ways of running an Applet Program
  • Applet API hierarchy
  • Life Cycle of an Applet
  • Event handlers for Applets, mouse events, click events

Module 18-Swing GUI

  • Introduction to AWT
  • Introduction to Swing GUI?
  • Advantage of Swing over AWT
  • Swing API
  • Swing GUI components
  • Events handlers for Swing
  • Sample calculator application using Swing GUI and Swing Event Handling

Module 19-JDBC

  • What is JDBC; introduction
  • JDBC features
  • JDBC Drivers
  • Setting up a database and creating a schema
  • Writing JDBC code to connect to DB
  • CRUD operations with JDBC
  • Statements types in JDBC
  • Types of Row set, Result set in JDBC

Module 20-Access Modifiers in Java

  • Default
  • Protected
  • Private
  • Public
  • Debugging of Java Program in Eclipse

Advance Java

Module 21-Servlets and JSP’s

  • Servlets and JSP’s
  • Basics of a Web Application
  • What is a web client and web server
  • Client and Server Communicate
  • HTTP protocols basics
  • HTML language Basics
  • TCP/IP port URL
  • Need for web container
  • Web application project setup
  • Setup tomcat container on a machine
  • Setup Servlets and JSP projects in ecllipse
  • Configure dependency of Servlets JSP API
  • Understanding Servlets
  • HTTP methods; GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, TRACE, OPTIONS
  • Servlets LifeCycle
  • Session Management
  • Sessions info passing mechanism – cookies, rewriting
  • JSP LifeCycle
  • Expressions
  • Declaration
  • Significance of elements and fitment into the JavaSwerver Pages Lifecycle
  • JSP Standard Actions
  • What are Directives in JSP?
  • Expression Language
  • Page Directive
  • JSTL basics and it's usage
  • Include Driective
  • Need for Custom Tag Library
  • Taglib Directive

Module 22-Struts Framework

  • Basics of MVC
  • Architecture Diagram explanation of following components:
  • Components of Model, Views and Controller in Struts Framework
  • MVC Type1 and Type2 architecture
  • Interceptors
  • Why Struts framework?
  • Model/Action classes
  • Struts 1 overview
  • Value Stack and OGNL
  • Introduction to configurations; framework and application architecture
  • Validations using Validateable interface
  • Declarative and Annotations configuration approaches
  • Download JAR files
  • Workflow interceptor mechanism for validations
  • Struts 2 project build up and Configuration files
  • Validations using Validateable interface
  • To build Action class
  • Validation Framework introduction and architecture
  • To intercept an HTTP request via Struts2 framework using Action class
  • Validating user input with above two mechanisms
  • Defining data and business logic in Action class
  • Introduction to tag library of Struts 2 and it's usage
  • Preparing and Forwarding control to Views
  • Struts 1 and Struts 2 comparison
  • Configuring pages for tiles

Module 23-Hibernate Framework

  • 1. Introduction
  • What is ORM principle?
  • Why ORM?
  • ORM implementations
  • 2. Hibernate Architecture
  • Introduction to Hibernate
  • Hibernate Architecture
  • What are Peristent classes?
  • 3. Hibernate CRUD
  • Setting up Hibernate project
  • Configuring all JARs and XML files
  • Setting up connection to DB using Hibernate
  • Performing basic CRUD operations using Hibernate API
  • Object Identity; Generator type classes
  • Using SQL with Hibernate
  • Using HQL
  • Using Criteria queries
  • 4. Mapping Collections and Associations
  • To define sets, mas, lists in Hibernate
  • Association Mappings:
  • 1. One to one
  • 2 One to many
  • 3 Many to one
  • 4 Many to many
  • 5. Hibernate Caching
  • What is caching?
  • What are the types of caching in Hibernate?
  • Explanation of various caching mechanisms in Hibernate
  • 6. Using Hibernate Annotations (if time permits)
  • Sample example of using Hibernate Annotations

Module 24-Spring Framework

  • Introduction to spring
  • What is Spring?
  • Spring Architecture explanation and all its components
  • 2. Introduction to all modules of spring
  • Spring Bean Factory
  • Spring Application Context
  • Spring DI
  • Spring AOP
  • Spring Integration; Spring messaging, Spring JMS
  • Spring MVC
  • Spring DAO
  • 3. Setting up spring
  • Setting up of Spring framework
  • Download JARs
  • Configure XML files
  • 4. Dependency Injection
  • What is Dependency Injection?
  • How is it implemented using Spring Framework?
  • Bean Wiring mechanisms in Spring
  • 5. Spring AOP
  • What is Spring AOP?
  • Implementation of Spring AOP

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