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Core Java Online Training Course Content

• 1.CORE JAVA - JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
• 2.GETTING STARTED
• 3.Primary Goals Of Java Programming language
• 4.Simple Java Program (Hello world)
• 5.Introduction to Object oriented programming
• 6.Objectives
• 7.Software Engineering
• 8.Declaring Java Technology Classes
• 9.Declaring Methods, Attributes
• 10.Encapsulation, Information Hiding
• 11.Constructors
• 12.Packages
• 13.Variables, Identifiers, Keywords and Types
• 14.Objectives
• 15.Comments
• 16.Semicolons, Blocks, White Spaces
• 17Java Programming Language Types
• 18.Java Reference Types
• 19.This Reference
• CODING EXPRESSIONS & FLOW CONTROL
• 1.Variables
• 2.Operators
• 3.Branching Statements
• 4.Looping Statements
• 5.ARRAYS
• 6.CLASS DESIGN
• 7.Objectives
• 8.Sub classing
• 9.Overriding Methods
• 10.Polymorphism
• 11.Instance of Operator
• 12.Overloading Methods
• 13.Overloading Constructors
• 14.Wrapper Classes
• 15.Static Keyword
• 16.Final Keyword
• 17.Enumerated Types
• 18.Abstract Classes
• 19.Interfaces
• 20.Exceptions
• 21. Threads
• 22.EVENT HANDLING
• 23JDBC OVERVIEW
• 24.ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING (J2EE)
• 25.WEB COMPONENTS DEVELOPMENT WITH SERVLETS AND JSP™ TECHNOLOGIES
• 26.INTRODUCTION TO WEB APPLICATION TECHNOLOGUES
• 27.CGI Programs
• 28.Java EE 5 SDK
• 29.Servlets
• 30.JSP
• 31.MVC
• 32.DEVELOPING A VIEW COMPONENT
• 33•Designing a View Component
• 34.HTTP Revisited
• 35.Simple HTTP Servlets
• 36Configuring & Deploying a Servlets
• 37.DEVELOPING A CONTROLLER COMPONENT
• 38Creating a HTML Form
• 39.Developing a Controller Servlets
• 40.DEVELOPING DYNAMIV FORMS
• 41.Servlets Life Cycle Methods
• 42.DEVELOPING JSP PAGES
• 43.JSP Technology
• 44.Writing JSP Scripting Elements
• 45.DEVELOPING JSP PAGES USING CUSTOM TAGS
• 46.Custom Tag Library
• 47.JSTL
• 48.DEVELOPING WEB APPLICATIONS USING STRUCTS ACTION FORMS
• 49.More about Core Java Online Training :
• 50.About Core Java Trainer :
• 51.Core Java Online Training batch information:
• 52.Why Java / J2EE online training :
• 53.About Java / J2EE History:
• 54.About Java / J2EE :
• 55.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.
• 56.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:
• 57.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.
• 58.Java EE 5 platform, more defaults are available, with a special emphasis on making them meaningful. Java Developers now have fewer details to remember.
• 59.The EJB software programming model is significantly simpler in Java EE 5 platform.
• 60.The new Java Persistence API is available to all Java api platform applications, including those based on Java EJB technology.