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Learn to build enterprise applications that are scalable, mobile, secure and robust in a Spring Framework. Our Spring Framework training empowers software developers to solve concrete business problems by mapping application-level issues to Spring-centric solutions.

Benefits of JAVA Training

- Even though there is no competition between the programming languages, still Java is considered to be the best of the rest for its richness of information.

- Many of you may consider that learning Java will be a tricky task as it is better than the other languages. However, the real fact is not so. There are some initial hurdles but the language mostly uses simple English instead of multiple brackets or generics. Once a programmer learns to install JDK and set up PATH in the right way, it will be fun to learn Java.

- Being one of the oldest languages, Java is present in almost every application that you can find operating. Java can be used successfully, irrespective of the size or type of the language. This language is used in almost every Android app for its flawless performance.

- As you are intending to learn a programming language for starting a professional career, Java will be a better choice for you. It is used in the maximum number of applications and researches are in progress to increase its scope further. Therefore, anyone, who learns this language, can expect a better career in the industry compared to any other language programmer.

Pre-requisites for JAVA TRAINING

The prior knowledge of any basic programming language is a must.

A Complete Course from very beginning to advance JAVA

Course Description

Learn the magic of Spring Framework. From IOC (Inversion of Control), DI (Dependency Injection), Application Context to the world of Spring Boot, AOP, JDBC and JPA. Get set for an incredible journey. In this course, you will learn the features of Spring and Spring Modules – JDBC, AOP, Data JPA with hands-on step by step approach. You will get introduced to Spring Boot, Unit Testing with JUnit and Mockito, talking to the database with Spring JDBC and JPA, Maven and gradle(dependencies management), Eclipse (IDE) and Tomcat Embedded Web Server.

Course Outline

1. Introduction to Java

- Introduction to Java programming language and its origin

- Java and typical java development environment

- Introduction to JVM, JRE and JDK

- Software technologies based on Java

- Introduction to Java based frameworks

- Introduction to IDE and its installation

2. Introduction to Java Application

- Introduction to java syntax

- Introduction to string and characters

- Java memory concept

- Different arithmetic calculations

3. Introduction to Classes, Objects, Methods and Strings

- Declaring a class with a method and instantiating an object of a class

- Declaring a method with parameter

- Instance variables, set and get method

- Simple class and object example

- Initializing objects with constructors

4. Control statements

- Algorithms

- Control structures

- If single selection statement

- If else double selection statements

- Formulating algorithms: Counter-Controller/Sentinel-Controlled/Nested Control statements

- Compound assignment operators

- Increment and decrement operators

- Primitive types

- Repetition statements

- Do while statements

- Switch multiple selection statement

- Break and Continue statements

- Logical operators

5. Methods

- Introduction to program modules in Java

- Introduction to access modifiers in Java

- Introduction to static methods and fields

- Declaring methods with multiple parameters

- Memory use by methods and its variables

- Java API packages

- Method Overloading

6. Arrays and Array Lists

- Introduction to Arrays

- Declaring and creating arrays

- Enhanced For loop and array processing

- Multidimensional array

- Introduction to collection and class array list

- Class list and Array list

7. Classes and objects: Deeper look

- Controlling access to members

- Referring to the current object’s members with this reference

- Class and object case study

- Default and no argument constructors

- Detail about set and get methods

- Compositions

- Enumerations

- Garbage collection

- Static class members / Static imports

- Instance variables

- Package access and introduction to package in java

8. OOP – Inheritance

- Super class and sub-class

- Protected members

- Relation between super class and sub-class

- Constructors in sub-classes

9. OOP – Polymorphism

- Example of polymorphism

- Polymorphism behavior

- Final methods and classes

10. OOP- Abstraction

- Introduction to abstraction

- Abstract class and abstract method

11. OOP – Encapsulation

- Introduction to Encapsulation

- Example of data encapsulation and data hiding

12. Garbage collection

- Introduction

- Object Life Cycle and Garbage collection

13. Exception Handling

- Example with exception handling and without exception handling

- When to use exception handling

- Java exception hierarchy

- Finally-Block

- Chained Exception

- Declaring new exception types

- Pre-conditions and post-conditions

- Assertions

- Multi-catch

14. Accessing database with JDBC

- Introduction to relational database

- Installation of MYSQL server

- MYSQL queries

- Database connection

15. Simple console-based application with CRUD functions.

16. Generic collection

- Collection overview

- Interface collection and class collection

- Lists

- Array List and Iterator

- Linked List

- Collection Methods

- Sets

- Maps

17. Others

- Generic classes and methods

- Multithreading in Java

18. Web application using Spring

- Introduction to Spring framework

- Application design and development

- Database access using sprint boot with hibernate and JPA

- Basic spring security

- API documentation using spring-boot plugins

- Maintain log in application

- Introduction to design patterns

- Restful API

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