Core JAVA Training

Core Java Online Training Course Content

Core Java Online Training

Module 1: Java Basics

  • Overview of Java
  • Java(JRE and JDK)
  • Byte Code
  • Data types and Variables
  • Naming convention of Variables
  • Control Statements
  • Operators

Module 2: Java Constructs

  • Classes and Objects
  • Methods
  • Constructors
  • Arrays
  • For Loop
  • While Loop
  • Do while Loop

Module 3: OOP Concepts

  • Defining and Importing Packages
  • Inheritance
  • Super Keyword
  • Method Overloading
  • Method Overriding

Module 4: Interfaces and Enums

  • Abstract Class
  • Abstract Methods
  • Defining and Implementing an Interface
  • Enums

Module 5: Dynamic Data Storage

  • I/O Basics
  • Reading Console Input
  • Writing Console Output
  • ArrayList
  • Linkedlist
  • HashSet and HashMap
  • laterator and For-each Loop

Module 6: Exception Handling

  • Handling Exceptions
  • Try-Catch Statements
  • Exceptions Handling and DeadLock

Module 7: Threads

  • Java Thread Model
  • Thread Priorities
  • Synchronization
  • Creation of Threads in multiple ways
  • Runnable
  • inter-thread Communication

Module 8: Database and JDBC

  • SQL Basics
  • JDBC Basics
  • Connection to Database
  • The Java Platform, Enterprise Edition or Java EE (formerly known as Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition or J2EE) has undergone several changes since Java J2EE-1.0 as well as numerous additions of new specifications.
  • Java J2EE 1.4, the predecessor to the Java EE 5 platform, has many powerful features than older version of Java api. Here are a few of the significant changes of Java J2EE:
  • In Java EE 5 platform most boilerplate requirements have been eliminated, and Javascript XML descriptors are now optional. For example, the ejb-jar.xml Java script descriptor is no longer necessary in most cases.
  • Java EE 5 platform, more defaults are available, with a special emphasis on making them meaningful. Java Developers now have fewer details to remember.
  • The EJB software programming model is significantly simpler in Java EE 5 platform.
  • The new Java Persistence API is available to all Java api platform applications, including those based on Java EJB technology.
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