Advance Java Training Course

Advance Java Application Development

JAVA is one of the most used programming languages in IT and software companies across the world. Advance JAVA courses focus on introduction to Web Applications. JEE 6, JAVA servlets, JAVA platform and programming skills. JAVA is everywhere on phones, embedded technology, robotics, applets and more. So it is a king of programming languages. Due to the huge requirement and growing demand for web application development, JAVA professionals are gaining pace.

Scope of Advance JAVA

Courses in Advance JAVA are specially designed to create expertise in the candidates for network and web applications in JAVA. After completing certification or relevant course in Advance JAVA you can get into sectors like embedded applications, enterprise applications and desktop applications. Also you can choose the area of android application or segments that use J2ME. You can get into the field as an Advance JAVA Developer, Advance JAVA programmer, Advance JAVA Consultant and more.

Eligibility for Advance JAVA Courses

To join any of the Advance JAVA courses the candidates must have knowledge of Core JAVA.Though people from any background can take up a course in Advance JAVA, students of B.Sc (IT) with adequate knowledge of programming language and hands on experience can apply. Also students of MCA and B.Tech in the lookout for internships can take up a course in Advance JAVA. The basic requirement says that one should be familiar with JAVA programming and carry exposure to the concepts of JAVA and object-oriented programming.

Benefits Offered by Magneto Academy

Print Course material and software
Concept of JAVA
Practical and classroom sessions
Career oriented training programs
World class faculty
Professional support and career guidance
OOPS training
Soft skills training
Opportunity to work for a real time Advance JAVa project and get involved in the project phases
Assignments and practical sessions
Job placements with leading companies

Course Details

Modules Topic Description
Module 1 Introduction To Core Java
  • Class and Object
  • Object Oriented Concept with Respect to Java
  • Interfaces, Packages
  • Assertion
Module 2 Applet As Java Application
  • Applet Specific methods & related HTML references
  • Creating An applet
  • displaying it using web browser with appletviewer.exe
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Applet Vs Application
Module 3 Multithreading
  • Multithreading Concepts
  • Thread life cycle
  • Creating Multithreading application
  • Thread Priorities
  • Thread synchronization
Module 4 String Handling
  • The String class
  • The String Buffer Class
  • The String Builder Class
Module 5 API Classes In Java. Lang Package
  • Wrapper Classes
  • Autoboxing/Uniboxing of Wrappers
  • Math Class
  • Runtime Class
  • System Class
  • Class Class
Module 6 Utility And Legacy classes
  • Enumeration Interface
  • Vector class
  • Stack class
  • Dictionary Class
  • Hashtable class
  • Properties Class
  • Formatter Class
  • Date Class
  • Calendar Class
  • Gregorian calendar Class
  • Timezone and SimpleTimezone Classes
  • Local Class
  • String Tokenizer Class
  • Stream Tokenizer Class
Module 7 Regular Expression Processioing
  • What is regular expression?
  • Pattern class
  • Matcher Class
  • String Class RegEx Methods
Module 8 API Classes In Java
  • DateFormat class
  • SimpleDateFormat Class
  • DateFormatSymbols class
  • NumberFormat Class
  • DecimalFormat Class
  • Format class
Module 9 Collections Frameworks And Generic
  • What is Collection?
  • Generics
  • What is a collection framework?
  • Collection Interfaces
  • The Collection Interface
  • The Set Interface
  • The List Interface
  • The Queue Interface
  • The Map Interface
  • Object Treading
  • The SortedSet Interface
  • The SortedMap Interface
Module 10 AWT
  • Containers, frames &Panels
  • Layout manager border layout, flow layout, grid layout, card layout
  • AWT All Components
  • 1 Event delegation model event source & handler event categories, listeners, interfaces Anonymous Classes
  • Swing Libraries Model view controller design pattern different layouts, menu dialog boxes, text input
Module 11 Java Input Output
  • Java Input/output packages
  • Byte/character stream
  • Buffered Reader/Writer
  • File Reader/writer
  • File writer
  • File Sequential/random
Module 12 Networking With Java
  • Networking Basics
  • Sockets, port
  • Proxy server
  • Internet addressing 7 URL
  • java.net-networking classes and interfaces
  • Implementing TCP/IP based Server & Client
  • Datagram’s-datagram packets, server &client
  • URL Connection
Module 13 JDBC
  • Java database connectivity, types of JDBC drivers
  • Writing First JDBC Application
  • Types of statement objects(statement, prepared statement, callable statement)
  • Types of resultset, resultsetmetadata
  • Inserting or updating records
  • JDBC & AWT
  • Connection polling
Module 14 RMI
  • Introduction and architecture of RMI
  • Java RMI classes and interfaces
  • Writing simple RMI Application
  • Parameter passing in remote methods(marshalling & unmarshalling)
  • Introduction to CORBA
Module 15 Servlet, JSP
  • Servlet technology
  • Architecture
  • Inside Servlets & Servlet API
  • Writing Servlet application
  • Accessing database with JDBC
  • Request dispatching, session management
  • Introduction JSP
  • Architecture, Elements
  • JSP Directives, JSP Action Elements
  • Costume Tags

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