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Syllabus of Java Masters Program Online Course Download syllabus

  • The C Language and its Advantages
  • The Structure of a C Program
  • Writing C Programs
  • Building an Executable Version of a C Program
  • Debugging a C Program
  • Examining and Running a C Application Program
  • Data Types
  • Operands, Operators, and Arithmetic Expressions
  • The Input/Output Concept
  • Formatted Input Function
  • Control-Flow Statements
  • Looping Statements
  • The Data-checking process
  • The C Function
  • Passing Data to Functions
  • Passing an Address to Modify a Value in Memory
  • Using Functions in the Checkbook Program
  • C Standard Library Functions
  • Arrays , Pointers , Strings
  • Using Arrays, Strings, and Pointers in the Checkbook Program
  • Structures
  • Arrays of Structures
  • Passing Structures to Functions
  • Nesting Structures
  • Command-line Arguments
  • Combining Command-line
  • Creating a project
  • Writing, compiling and running a program
  • Expressions
  • Constants
  • Operators
  • Type conversions
  • If…else statements
  • Switch/case construct
  • Passing arguments
  • Function prototyping
  • Default argument initializers
  • Inline functions
  • Array initialisation
  • Multi-dimensional arrays
  • Character arrays
  • Working with character strings
  • Global variables
  • Pointer and arrays
  • Pointers to character strings
  • Arrays of pointers
  • Memory slicing
  • Pointers to functions
  • Data members and member functions
  • Creating objects
  • The new and delete operators
  • Friends to a class
  • Class initialisation
  • Reference type arguments
  • Operator overloading
  • Assignment operator
  • Static class members
  • File streams
  • Base classes and derived classes
  • Inherited member access
  • Base class initialisation
  • Protected members of a class
  • Virtual destructors
  • Virtual base class member access
  • Constructor and destructor ordering
  • try…throw…catch block
  • Nested catch handlers
  • Features of Java
  • Simple
  • Secure
  • Portable
  • Robust
  • Multithreading
  • Platform-Independent
  • Distributed.
  • Dynamic
  • New Features of Java 8
  • Introducing Java Environment
  • Java Development Kit
  • Java Platforms
  • Java Virtual Machine
  • Java API
  • Java Programs
  • Installing Java
  • What about CLASSPATH?
  • Java’s Reserve Words
  • Starting a Java program
  • Line 2—public static void main(String[] args)
  • Line 3—System.out.println(“Hello from Java!”);
  • Compiling Code 15
  • Compiling Code: Using Command-Line Options
  • Cross-Compilation Options
  • Compiling Code: Checking for Deprecated Methods
  • Running Code
  • Running Code: Using Command-Line Options
  • Commenting Your Code
  • Importing Java Packages and Classes
  • Finding Java Class with CLASSPATH
  • Summary
  • Variables
  • Data Typing
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • What Data Types are Available?
  • Creating Integer Literals
  • Creating Floating-Point Literals
  • Creating Boolean Literals
  • Creating Character Literals
  • Creating String Literals
  • Creating Binary Literals
  • Using Underscores in Numeric Literals
  • Declaring Integer Variables
  • Declaring Floating-Point Variables
  • Declaring Character Variables
  • Declaring Boolean Variables
  • Initializing Variables Dynamically
  • Conversion between Data Types
  • Automatic Conversions
  • Casting to New Data Types
  • Declaring One-Dimensional
  • Creating One-Dimensional Arrays
  • Initializing One-Dimensional Arrays
  • Declaring Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Creating Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Initializing Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Creating Irregular Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Getting an the Length of an Array
  • Understanding General Form of Static Import
  • Importing Static Members
  • The String Class
  • Getting String Length
  • Concatenating Strings
  • Getting Characters and Substrings
  • Searching For and Replacing Strings
  • Changing Case in Strings
  • Checking for Empty String
  • Formatting Numbers in Strings
  • The StringBuffer Class
  • Creating StringBuffers
  • Getting and Setting StringBuffer Lengths and Capacities
  • Setting Characters in String Buffers
  • Appending and Inserting Using StringBuffers
  • Deleting Text in StringBuffers
  • Replacing Text in String Buffer
  • Using the Wrapper Class
  • Autoboxing and Unboxing of Primitive Types
  • Learning the Fundamentals of Varargs Methods
  • Overloading Varargs Methods
  • Learning the Ambiguity in Varargs Methods
  • Using Non-Reifiable Formal Parameters
  • Operators
  • Conditionals
  • Loops
  • Operator Precedence
  • Incrementing and Decrementing (++ and --)
  • Unary NOT (~ And !)
  • Multiplication and Division (* and /)
  • Modulus (%)
  • Addition and Subtraction (+ and -)
  • Shift Operators (>>, >>>, and <<)
  • Relational Operators (>, >=, <, <=, ==, and !=)
  • Bitwise and Bitwise Logical AND, XOR, and OR (&, ^, and /)
  • Logical (&& and ||)
  • The if-then-else Operator
  • Assignment Operators (= and [operator]=)
  • Using the Math
  • Changes in the Math Class
  • Class StrictMath
  • Comparing Strings
  • The if Statement
  • The else Statement
  • Nested if
  • The if-else Ladders
  • The switch Statement
  • Using Strings in switch Statement
  • The while Loop
  • The do-while Loop
  • The for Loop
  • The for-each Loop
  • Supporting for-each in Your Own Class
  • A (Poor) Solution
  • Significance of for-
  • Nested Loops
  • Using the break Statement
  • Using the continue Statement
  • Using the return Statement
  • Summary
  • The Control Overview of a Class
  • Working with Objects
  • Working with Methods
  • Defining Default Methods
  • Working with Constructors
  • Using Default Constructor
  • Using Parameterized Constructors
  • Exploring Packages
  • Studying the Types of Packages
  • Importing Packages
  • Using Access Specifiers
  • Working with Streams API
  • Stream API Overview
  • Collection and Stream
  • Commonly Used Functional Interfaces in Stream
  • java.util.Optional
  • Aggregate Operations
  • Working with Time API
  • Understanding Encapsulation
  • Understanding Abstraction
  • Understanding Inheritance
  • Understanding the final Keyword
  • Preventing Inheritance
  • Declaring Constant
  • Preventing Method Overriding
  • Implementing Interfaces
  • Working with Lambda Expressions
  • Method References
  • Using Lambda Expressions
  • Implementing Abstract Classes and Methods
  • Difference between Abstract Classes and Interfaces
  • Implementing Polymorphism
  • Understanding the Static Polymorphism
  • Understanding the Dynamic Polymorphism
  • Summary
  • Streams, Readers and Writers
  • Essentials in NIO
  • Buffers
  • Channels
  • Charsets and Selectors
  • Enhancements in NIO with Java 8
  • The Path Interface
  • The Files Class
  • The Paths Class
  • The File Attribute Interfaces
  • The FileSystem Class
  • The FileSystems Class
  • The FileStore Class
  • Prospects of NIO
  • Working with Streams
  • The InputStream Class
  • The OutputStream Class
  • The ByteArrayInputStream Class
  • The ByteArrayOutputStream Class
  • The BufferedInputStream Class
  • The BufferedOutputStream Class
  • The FileInputStream Class
  • The FileOutputStream Class
  • Working with the Reader Class
  • Working with the Writer Class
  • Accepting Input from the Keyboard with the InputStreamReader Class
  • Working with the OutputStreamWriter Class
  • Working with Files
  • Using the File Class
  • Using the FileReader Class
  • Using the FileWriter Class
  • Working with the RandomAccessFile Class
  • Working with Character Arrays
  • Using the CharArrayReader Class
  • Using the CharArrayWriter Class
  • Working with Buffers
  • Using the BufferedReader Class
  • Using the BufferedWriter Class
  • Working with the PushbackReader Class
  • Working with the PrintWriter Class
  • Working with the StreamTokenizer Class
  • Implementing the Serializable Interface
  • Working with the Console Class
  • Working with the Clipboard
  • Working with the Printer
  • Printing with the Formatter Class
  • Using the System.out.printf() Method
  • Using the String.format() Method
  • Formatting Dates Using the String.format() Method
  • Using the java.util.Formatter Class
  • Scanning Input with the Scanner class
  • Summary
  • Overview of Exceptions
  • Exception Handling Techniques
  • Rethrowing Catched Exception with Improved Type Checking
  • Built-in Exceptions
  • User-Defined Exceptions
  • Summary
  • Using Threads in Java
  • Life Cycle of a Thread
  • Synchronization of Threads
  • Multithreaded Custom Class Loader
  • Getting the Main Thread
  • Naming a Thread
  • Pausing a Thread
  • Creating a Thread with the Runnable Interface
  • Creating a Thread with the Thread Class
  • Creating Multiple Threads
  • Joining Threads
  • Checking if a Thread Is Alive
  • Setting Thread Priority and Stopping Threads
  • Synchronizing
  • Communicating between Threads
  • Suspending and Resuming Threads
  • Creating Graphics Animation with Threads
  • Eliminating Flicker in Graphics Animation Created Using Threads
  • Suspending and Resuming Graphics Animation
  • Using Double Buffering
  • Simplifying Producer-Consumer with the Queue Interface
  • Implementing Concurrent Programming
  • Simplifying Servers Using the Concurrency Utilities
  • Knowing Various Concurrency Utilities
  • Learning about the java.util.concurrent Package
  • Learning about the java.util.concurrent.locks Package
  • Learning about the java.util.concurrent.atomic Package
  • Summary
  • The Collection Interfaces
  • The Collection Classes
  • The Map Interfaces
  • The Map Classes
  • Collections Framework Enhancements in Java SE 8
  • Using the Collection Interface
  • The Queue Interface
  • The List Interface
  • The Set Interface
  • The SortedSet Interface
  • Using the Collection Classes
  • Using the Comparator Interface
  • Using the Iterator Interface
  • Using the ListIterator Interface
  • Using the AbstractMap Class
  • Using the HashMap Class
  • Using the TreeMap Class
  • Using the Arrays Class
  • Learning the Fundamentals of Enumerations
  • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces
  • Using the Aggregate Operations
  • Using the java.util.function Package
  • Summary
  • Packages and Interfaces
  • JAR Files
  • The Core Java API Package
  • The java.lang Package
  • Basics of Annotation
  • Other Built-In Annotations
  • Creating a Package
  • Creating Packages that have Subpackages
  • Creating an Interface
  • Implementing an Interface
  • Extending an Interface
  • Using Interfaces for Callbacks
  • Performing Operations on a JAR File
  • Marker Annotations
  • Single Member Annotations
  • Summary
  • What is Java Bean?
  • Advantages of Java Bean
  • Introspection
  • Persistence
  • Customizers
  • Understanding Java Beans
  • Designing Programs Using Java Beans
  • Creating Applets that Use Java Beans
  • Creating a Java Bean
  • Creating a Bean Manifest File
  • Creating a Bean JAR File
  • Creating a New Bean
  • Adding Controls to Beans
  • Giving a Bean Properties
  • Design Patterns for Properties
  • Using Simple Properties
  • Designing Patterns for Events
  • Learning Methods and Design Patterns
  • Creating Bound Properties
  • Giving a Bean Methods
  • Giving a Bean an Icon
  • Creating a BeanInfo Class
  • Setting Bound and Constrained Properties
  • Implementing Persistence
  • Using the Java Beans API
  • Learning the Basics of an Event
  • Using the Java Beans Conventions
  • Using the Remote Notification and Distributed Notification
  • Using Beans with JSP
  • Summary
  • Basics of Networking
  • Sockets in Java
  • Client-Server Networking
  • Proxy Servers
  • Internet Addressing
  • Domain Name Service
  • Inet4Addresses and Inet6Addresses
  • The URL Class
  • The URI Class
  • URI Syntax and Components
  • TCP/IP and Datagram
  • Blackboard Assignment Retrieval Transaction
  • Understanding Networking Interfaces and Classes in the java.net Package
  • Understanding the InetAddresses
  • Caching InetAddress
  • Creating and Using Sockets
  • Creating TCP Clients and Servers
  • Understanding the Whois Example
  • Submitting an HTML Form from a Java Program
  • Handling URL
  • Using the URLConnection Objects
  • Working with Datagrams
  • Datagrams Server and Client
  • Working with BART
  • Learning about the java.security Package
  • Summary
  • Introducing Events
  • Introducing Event Handling
  • Working with the Types of Servlet Events
  • Developing the onlineshop Web Application
  • Introducing Wrappers
  • Working with Wrappers
  • Summary
  • Introducing JSP Technology
  • Listing Advantages of JSP over Java Servlet
  • Exploring the Architecture of a JSP Page
  • Describing the Life Cycle of a JSP Page
  • Working with JSP Basic Tags and Implicit Objects
  • Working with Action Tags in JSP
  • Exploring EL
  • Using Custom Tag Library with EL Functions
  • Exploring the Need of Filters
  • Exploring the Working of Filters
  • Exploring Filter API
  • Configuring a Filter
  • Creating a Web Application Using Filters
  • Using Initializing Parameter in Filters
  • Manipulating Responses
  • Discussing Issues in Using Threads with Filters
  • Summary
  • Describing the Java EE Application Architecture
  • Introducing a Design Pattern
  • Discussing the Role of Design Patterns
  • Exploring Types of Patterns
  • Summary
  • Section A: Exploring SOA and Java Web Services
  • Overview of SOA
  • Describing the SOA Environment
  • Overview of JWS
  • Role of WSDL, SOAP and Java/XML Mapping in SOA
  • Section B: Understanding Web Service Specifications to Implement SOA
  • Exploring the JAX-WS 2.2 Specification
  • Exploring the JAXB 2.2 Specification
  • Exploring the WSEE 1.3 Specification
  • Exploring the WS-Metadata 2.2 Specification
  • Describing the SAAJ 1.3 Specification
  • Working with SAAJ and DOM APIs
  • Describing the JAXR Specification
  • JAXR Architecture
  • Exploring the StAX 1.0 Specification
  • Exploring the WebSocket 1.0 Specification
  • Describing the JAX-RS 2.0 Specification
  • Exploring the JASON-P 1.0 Specification
  • Section C: Using the Web Service Specifications
  • Using the JAX-WS 2.2 Specification
  • Using the JAXB 2.2 Specification
  • Using the WSEE and WS-Metadata Specifications
  • Implementing the SAAJ Specification
  • Implementing the JAXR Specification
  • Implementing the StAX Specification
  • Introduction
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  • Which Version Of Java?
  • Installing JDK 11 on Windows
  • Installing and Configuring IntelliJ IDEA on Windows
  • Installing JDK 11 on a Mac
  • Installing and Configuring IntelliJ IDEA on a Mac
  • Installing JDK 11 on a Linux Machine
  • Installing and Configuring IntelliJ IDEA on a Linux Machine
  • Your Programming Careers Questions Answered
  • Access to Programming Career Q&A
  • Spring 5 Feature Overview
  • Maven and Other Tools
  • Creating a Maven Project
  • Importing Maven Projects
  • Maven Lifecycle Plugin and Goals
  • Fix our Maven Project
  • What is Logging?
  • Using Logging with Logback
  • Logback Configuration
  • Project Overview
  • Create Multi Module Project
  • Project Setup
  • Using a Spring Container
  • Implementing the Game
  • Constructor Based Dependency Injection
  • Setter Based Dependency Injection
  • Setter or Constructor
  • Using Bean Lifecycle Callbacks
  • XML or Annotation Configuration
  • Autowiring Beans
  • Beans as Components
  • Using Java Annotation Configuration
  • Message Generator Challenge
  • Implementing MessageGenerator Logic
  • Console Module Setup Challenge
  • Application Events
  • Finish Game Logic
  • Using Qualifiers
  • Creating Custom Annotations
  • Using Properties
  • minNumber Challenge
  • Code Cleanup and Constructor Injection
  • Code Cleanup Challenge
  • Lombok Introduction
  • Setup Lombok
  • Using Lombok
  • Lombok Challenge
  • Spring MVC Introduction
  • Project Setup Challenge
  • Setup Maven War Plugin
  • Setup Maven Cargo Plugin and Tomcat
  • Setup Dispatcher Servlet
  • Simple Controller
  • View Resolver and View
  • Spring MVC Request Processing
  • Model and Model Attributes
  • Simple Service Challenge
  • Request Parameters
  • Project Requirements
  • To Do Item Class
  • To Do Data Class
  • Creating the Todo Item Controller
  • Creating View and Basic JSTL tags
  • Todo Item Service Challenge
  • Implementing the Add Item Feature
  • Implementing Post Redirect Get Pattern
  • Home View and Navigation
  • Delete Item Challenge
  • Implement Edit Item Feature
  • View Item Challenge
  • Introduction to Spring Boot 2
  • Using Spring Initializr
  • Understanding Spring Boot Project Structure
  • Simple Spring Boot Application
  • Add Spring Boot to an Existing Project
  • Spring Boot Web Module
  • Thymeleaf Introduction
  • Setup Thymeleaf and Initial Template
  • Spring Boot Developer Tools
  • Game Service Challenge
  • Play Thymeleaf Template
  • Thymeleaf Preprocessing
  • Thymeleaf Template Challenge
  • Thymeleaf Fragments
  • Thymeleaf Fragment Challenge
  • Thymeleaf Decoupled Template Logic
  • Thymeleaf Decoupled Template Logic Challenge
  • Bug Fixes
  • Spring Internationalization
  • Thmyeleaf Internationalization Challenge
  • Message Generator Internationalization Main Message
  • Message Generator Internationalization Result
  • Request Interception
  • Locale Change Interceptor
  • Thymeleaf Recap
  • What is Gradle?
  • Creating a Gradle Spring Boot Project
  • Gradle Build Lifecycle Projects and Tasks
  • Understanding the Gradle Scripts
  • Running Gradle Tasks
  • Simple Spring Gradle Application
  • Creating a Spring Boot Project Challenge
  • Configure Gradle Multi-module Project
  • Configure Sub Modules
  • Testing our Project
  • More Content
  • Install JDK for Windows
  • Install Eclipse for Windows
  • Install Tomcat for Windows
  • Configure Tomcat Within Eclipse for Windows
  • Install JDK for Mac
  • Install Eclipse for Mac
  • Install Tomcat for Mac
  • Configure Tomcat Within Eclipse for Mac
  • Install JDK for Linux
  • Install Eclipse for Linux
  • Install and Configure Tomcat for Linux
  • Introduction to JEE
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Drilling into the Concepts
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Building the Servlet
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Creating a JSP and running the App
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Adding a Service layer to the mix
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Adding JSTL Library Support
  • Exploring Java EE basics: JSTL in JSP
  • Exploring Java EE basics: Drilling into the Concepts
  • Overview of Spring Tooling
  • Install Spring IDE
  • Installing Maven
  • Creating a Maven Project
  • Understanding the Project Object Model
  • Why Spring
  • Overview of the Spring Framework
  • Spring Framework vs JEE
  • Introducing the Spring IoC containSpring IoC container: Accessing metadata from the file Spring IoC container: Accessing metadata from theSpring IoC Container Challenge .
  • Setting Constructor Arguments using the Spring bean config file
  • Setting Properties using the Spring bean config file
  • Setter based Dependency Injection in Spring
  • Setter based Dependency Injection in Spring continued
  • Spring Setter based Dependency Injection in Spring : Running the App
  • Constructor based Dependency Injection in Spring
  • Spring Constructor based Dependency Injection : Running the App
  • Creating Spring MVC Project Infrastructure
  • Adding dependencies in an alternative way in a Spring MVC Project
  • Adding Spring MVC Dispatcher Servlet
  • Building the Spring Controller - "C" part of MVC
  • Context and MVC Configuration
  • Autowiring collaborating objects in Spring
  • Bringing View Resolver in the mix and running the App
  • Bean scopes for a Spring Bean
  • Spring bean scopes: Singleton and Prototype
  • Spring bean scopes, Request and Session: creating the project and Java classes
  • Spring bean scopes, Request and Session: creating the config file and Controller
  • Spring bean scopes, Request and Session: Running the App
  • Customize Spring Bean with Callbacks
  • Standard Naming for Spring Bean Callbacks
  • Spring Bean instantiation using Static Factory and Instance Factory methods
  • Spring Bean Definition with C Namespace
  • Spring Bean Definition with P Namespace
  • Pros and Cons of Spring Configuration : Annotations vs XML
  • Autowiring Spring Beans: creating project infrastructure
  • Autowiring Spring Beans: using setters, constructors and fields
  • Spring Beans as Components: Cutting down on xml config
  • Handling Properties in Spring: using XML config
  • Handling Properties in Spring: mixing XML with Annotations
  • Handling Properties in Spring using pure Annotations: creating infrastructure
  • Handling Properties in Spring using pure Annotations: building and running
  • Install MySQL for Windows
  • Install MySQL on Mac
  • Install MySQL on Linux
  • MySQL Workbench Basics : Environment and table creation
  • MySQL Workbench Basics : Insert and Export
  • Introduction to Spring JDBC
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Project Setup
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Creating DAO Layer
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: XML config & Property file
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: More with DAOs
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: DAO and Test Harness
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Building App and executing Test Harness
  • CRUD with Spring JDBC Template: Expanding DAO Layer further
  • Spring JDBC Exceptions : an Overview
  • Spring Named Parameters Template: Understanding the API
  • Spring Named Parameters Template: Building the DAO
  • Spring Named Parameters Template : Components and Testing
  • Spring Java Config: Creating the project infrastructure
  • Spring Java Config: Creating the Java and Web Configuration
  • Spring Java Config: Running the App
  • Fix minor error in WebMvcConfig
  • JNDI Datasource: Building the Spring Service and Controller
  • JNDI Datasource: Conceptual Overview and Configuration
  • JNDI Datasource: Building views and Running the App
  • Spring MVC Architecture Going Deeper
  • Spring Handler Mapping Customization: Creating the infrastructure
  • Spring Handler Mapping Customization: Seeing the effect of customization
  • Spring Interceptors: an Introduction
  • Spring Interceptors: Integrating and building views with CSS inline styling
  • Spring Interceptors: Continuing building the views with CSS Internal styling
  • Spring Interceptors: Continue building views with mixed styling
  • Spring Interceptors: Running the app with a closing summary
  • Introducing Logging
  • Logging: Working with SLF4J, a powerful logging API
  • Logging: LOG4J implementation and introducing Logger, Appender and Layout
  • Logging: Continuing with log4j and getting to know Conversion Patterns
  • Logging: Configuring log4j.properties and wrapping up
  • Spring Interceptors: Invoking all the Interceptor methods
  • Spring Interceptors: Running the app and wrapping up!
  • Section Overview
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : Introduction & test harness
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : Class level mapping
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : Wrapping up first test
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : method attribute & fallback
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : defaultAttribute and default naming
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : resolving ambiguous request mapping
  • RequestMapping and RequestParams In-depth : multiple request mapping
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Adding multiple attributes
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: working with 'name' attribute
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: working with 'value' attribute
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: working with ModelAndView API
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Introducing Spring Form Tag and Elements
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Exploring ModelAndView API
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Default data binding
  • Model Attributes on Methods in-depth: Implicit resolution of logical view name
  • Session Attributes: Creating the project infrastructure
  • Session Attributes: Bringing in the Controller
  • Session Attributes: Adding the JSPs
  • Session Attributes: Cranking the Java configuration
  • Session Attributes: Testing our application
  • Session Attribute & Request Attribute: an Introduction
  • Session Attribute & Request Attribute: Applying to Interceptor and Controller
  • Session Attributes, Session Attribute & Request Attribute: Testing all
  • Spring Form Tags: An Overview
  • Spring Form Tags: Creating project infrastructure - part 1
  • Spring Form Tags: Creating project infrastructure - part 2
  • Spring Form Tags: SELECT tags - part 1
  • Spring Form Tags: SELECT tags - part 2
  • Spring Form Tags: SELECT tags - part 3
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOX tags - part 1
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOX tags - part 2
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOX tags - part 3
  • Spring Form Tags: CHECKBOXES tags
  • Spring Form Tags: RADIOBUTTON & RADIOBUTTONS tags
  • Spring Form Validation: an Introduction
  • Spring Form Validation: Creating the project Infrastructure
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  • Spring Form Validation: Creating our first Custom Validation Constraint
  • Spring Form Validation: Regular Expression Validation
  • Spring Form Validation: Using Apache Commons API Validator
  • Spring Form Validation: Class Level Validation
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  • IntelliJ Spring Config and Test Import
  • Import Non Web Based Project
  • Build Spring MVC Demo
  • Controller Service and JSP
  • Welcome Service and Add Beans
  • Install and setup
  • Which version of Java should you use?
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  • Download and Install IntelliJ (FREE and PAID version) for Windows
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  • Download and Install IntelliJ (FREE and PAID version) on a Mac
  • How To Install The Java Development Kit (JDK) For Ubuntu Linux
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  • Types of Driver
  • Loading a driver class file
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  • Using CallableStatement
  • Transaction Management & BatchUpdate
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer
  • Basics Of Jsp
  • Life cycle of JSP
  • JSP API
  • JSP in Eclipse and other IDE’s
  • Programs/Interview related Question and Answer.
  • Scripting Elements
  • scriptlet tag
  • expression tag
  • declaration tag
  • Implicit Objects
  • out
  • request
  • response
  • config
  • application
  • session
  • pageContext
  • page
  • exception
  • Directive Elements
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  • include directive
  • taglib directive
  • Exception Handling
  • Action Elements
  • jsp:forward
  • jsp:include
  • Bean class
  • jsp:useBean
  • jsp:setProperty & jsp:getProperty
  • Displaying applet in JSP
  • Expression Language
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  • Define expression and use over the service flow
  • The way to be achieve same in JSP
  • Mvc In Jsp
  • MVC pattern
  • Working flow implementation of MVC
  • CRUD operation using MVC
  • Design a real time web application using MVC
  • JSTL
  • Discussion on the tag library
  • How to implement and use
  • Custom Tags
  • Custom Tag : What and Why?
  • Custom Tag API?
  • Custom Tag Example
  • Attributes
  • Iteration
  • Custom URI
  • Basics of Servlet
  • Servlet: What and Why?
  • Basics of Web
  • Servlet API
  • Servlet Interface
  • GenericServlet
  • HttpServlet
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • Working with Apache Tomcat Server
  • Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat
  • How servlet works?
  • servlet in Myeclipse
  • servlet in Eclipse
  • servlet in Netbeans
  • Servlet request
  • Servlet Request methods
  • Registration example with DB
  • Servlet Collaboration
  • Request Dispatcher
  • send Redirect
  • Servlet Configure
  • Servlet Configure methods
  • Servlet Configure example
  • Servlet Context
  • Servlet Context methods
  • Servlet Context example
  • Session Tracking
  • Cookies
  • Hidden Form Field
  • URL Rewriting
  • HttpSession
  • Implemenation of ArrayList
  • Implemenation of LinkedList
  • Implemenation of HashMap
  • Implementation of Queue/PriorityQueue/Deque
  • Implemenation of Executor pool service and working mechanism with real time
  • Big file(Single , multiple ) processing using multiple thread
  • Implemenation to achieve thread class and runnable interface
  • Sending Email
  • Sending email through Gmail server
  • Receiving Email
  • Sending HTML content
  • Singleton
  • DAO
  • DTO
  • MVC
  • Front Controller
  • Factory Method
  • Abstract
  • JUnit: What and Why?
  • Annotations used in JUnit
  • Assert class
  • Test Cases
  • Maven: What and Why?
  • Ant Vs Maven
  • How to install Maven?
  • Maven Repository
  • Understanding pom.xml
  • Maven Example
  • Maven Web App Example
  • Maven using Eclipse
  • Enterprise
  • Enterprise Application
  • System logical layers
  • Presentation layer
  • Business processing layer
  • Data Storage and access layer
  • System Architecture
  • 1-tier Architecture
  • 2-tier Architecture
  • n-tier Architecture
  • Types of EnterpriseApplications
  • Web Applications
  • Distribute Applications
  • WebApplication Models
  • Model1-Architecture
  • Model2-Architecture
  • MVC Architecture& its Rules & Regulations
  • FrameWork
  • Web Framework
  • Application Framework
  • Struts Framework History
  • View
  • ActionServlet
  • RequestProcessor
  • FormBean(ActionForm)
  • Action class
  • web.xml
  • Struts Configuration File
  • Html Tag library
  • Bean Tag library
  • Logic Tag library
  • Nested Tag library
  • Tiles Tag library
  • Client Side Validations
  • Programmatic Approach
  • Declarative Approach
  • (Validator Framework)
  • Server Side Validations
  • Programmatic Approach
  • Declarative Approach
  • (Validator Framework)
  • I18N at Core level
  • NumberFormat
  • DateFormat
  • ResourceBundle
  • I18N at Weblevel(Server & Jsp)
  • JSTL format tags
  • I18N in Struts
  • Programmatic Approach
  • Declarative Approach
  • Custom Exceptions in Struts
  • Customization on ExceptionHandler
  • IncludeAction
  • ForwardAction
  • LocaleAction
  • DispatchAction
  • LookupDispatchAction
  • MappingDispatchAction
  • EventDispatchAction
  • SwitchAction
  • Diff b/w Struts 1.x and Struts 2.x
  • Struts 2.x Flow of Execution
  • Struts 2.X Elements
  • Steps to design Struts Appl. In 2.x version
  • Struts 2.x Tag library
  • Struts 2.x Application with Annotation
  • Struts 2.x Validations
  • Servers:Tomcat & Weblogic
  • IDE’s: MyEclipse, NetBeans
  • Need for Hibernate
  • Hibernate and ORM (Object-Relation Mapping)
  • Required JAR Files
  • Hibernate configuration File
  • Hibernate properties File
  • Hibernate XML File
  • SQL Dialects
  • Id and Primary Key
  • Id Generation Methods
  • Transaction
  • POJOs (Plain Old Java Objects) and the Data Layer
  • Hibernate Over Entity Beans
  • Understanding Hibernate Architecture
  • Configuration
  • SessionFactory
  • Session
  • Query
  • Criteria
  • Hibernate Configuration
  • Hibernate Mappings
  • Persistent Classes
  • Working with Hibernate to perform
  • CRUD Operations
  • Configuring Mappings Using Annotations.
  • Component Mapping
  • Inheritance Mappings
  • Table Per Class Hierarchy
  • Table Per Sub Class
  • Table Per Concrete Class
  • Association Mappings
  • One -to-One
  • One -to-Many
  • Many -to-One
  • Many -to-Many
  • Select clause
  • From clause
  • Where clause
  • Aggregate functions
  • Expressions
  • Sorting
  • Grouping
  • Sub queries
  • Creating Criteria
  • Narrowing the Result
  • Ordering the Result
  • Using SQL Query
  • Named SQL Query
  • Using Stored Procedure for Querying
  • Creating Custom SQL for CRUD
  • Using HQL, criteria API, native sql
  • Hibernate Transaction
  • Hibernate and JDBC
  • Hibernate second level caching
  • Spring Hibernate Integration
  • Data source creation
  • Hibernate DAO implementation using
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