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IIHT offers the JAVA 8 course and the training syllabus covers the following topics- the Core Java program covers the latest and most important concept sets of the Java 8 platform. At the intermediate level, the candidate will be able to build multi-threaded applications, understand and use a variety of java features such as collection frameworks, utilities such as logging, regular expressions, generics and lambda expressions etc. At the advanced level, the candidate will be able to build the applications that run on web, using components such as servlets, JSP, JSTL and many other advanced features.
Experience expert training by certified professionals and get in-depth knowledge about various technologies with demonstration and object-oriented examples. We also offer hands-on experience to the participants with an inclination towards real-time environment. This is what makes IIHT one of the best Networking Institutes in India.
To join IIHT, could just about be one of the wisest career choices you will ever make. What tops it all is that the networking courses fee is highly competitive. We have Training Institutes in Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Delhi and other metro and non-metro cities.
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Core Java Course Contents
Java Programming Fundamentals
Java is a programming language. It is a computing platform that was released by Sun Microsystems in 1995. There are lots of applications and websites that run only if Java is installed. Moreover several such applications and websites are created every day. Java is in demand since it is fast, secure, and reliable. You will find Java in laptops to data centres, game consoles to scientific supercomputers, cell phones to the Internet, it is everywhere! This course will give you knowledge on how computer applications work and teach you to write your own applications. It will help you to learn computational thinking, which is a fundamental approach to solving real-world problems.
Object Orientation in Java
Object Orientation Programming can be called a design philosophy. One of the benefits of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is that it uses varied sets of programming languages and doesn’t rely only on the old procedural programming languages. It can be defined as a programming paradigm, which is based on the concept of “objects”. These objects may contain data that comes in the form of fields, which are often known as attributes. There are codes that come in the form of procedures and are known as methods. OOP helps to design computer programs. These programs are made out of objects that interact with one another Learn everything about Object oriented programming from our certified trainers.
Errors and Exceptions in Java
An exception can be defined as an occurrence that breaks the normal flow of execution in a programme. There are different ways of handling an exception depending on whether it is hardware or a software exception. Hardware exceptions can be handled seamlessly and the execution can resume where it was interrupted. Whereas, handling software exception is complicated. The procedure involves error checking that doesn’t interrupt the program flow, but later does explicit checks for contingencies reported. Programmers design software that have inbuilt error reporting features. These features help to collect details that may be helpful in fixing the problem, and display those details on the screen, or store them to a file. Learn everything about Errors and Exceptions in Java in this programme.
Enumerations, Autoboxing and Annotations
Enumerations are nothing but the new features that are added in the java. These features help the programmers to achieve compatibility as they are supported by the common languages. In simple words enumeration can be defined as the list of the named constants. Autoboxing is used to get the value that is associated to a given object, through type conversion. It may either be in an implicit form or explicit form. In java, the Annotation type declarations are just like the normal interface declarations. Learn everything about Enumerations, Autoboxing and Annotations at IIHT.
Core Java APIs
As per the concept of computer programming, an Application Programming Interface (API) can be defined as a set of subroutine that includes definitions, protocols, and tools for building application software. API’s are definite methods of communication between different software components. A good API provides all the building blocks that make it easier for the programmers to develop a computer program. There are two types of Java Programming Language Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). One is the official CORE Java API and other is optional APIs that can be downloaded separately.Learn everything about Core Java Application Programming Interface from certified trainers at IIHT.
Input / Output in Java
As per computing, input/output or I/O is explained as the communication between an information processing system, which means a computer and the consumer or yet another information processing system. Inputs are nothing but the signals or data that is received by the system and outputs are the signals or data, which are sent from it. Java I/O (Input and Output) can be explained as a procedure to process the input and produce the output. Java makes use of the concept of stream, in order to make the Input/output operation fast. Learn in depth about I/O in Java at IIHT.
AWT and Swing
The Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) is a widget toolkit. To understand better, it is Java’s original platform-dependent windowing, graphics, and user-interface widget toolkit. The Abstract Window Toolkit precedes Swing. The AWT is part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC), which is the standard Application Programming Interface that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for a Java program. Swing on the other hand is a GUI widget toolkit for Java. It is part of Oracle’s Java Foundation Classes (JFC), which is an Application Programming Interface for providing a graphical user interface (GUI) for Java programs. Study all about the Abstract Window Toolkit and Swing at IIHT.
Networking is connectivity. Java Networking can be defined as a concept of connecting two or more computing devices together. The purpose of which is to share resources. Java socket programming is used to share data between different computing devices. Java Networking is very important and has two major advantages. One it is used for sharing resources and the other major benefit is to centralise software management. Receive detailed knowledge regarding Java Networking from the best faculty at IIHT.
Advanced Java Course Contents
Multi-Threaded Java Applications
According to computer science, a thread of execution can be explained as the smallest sequence of programmed instructions, which can be managed independently. Let’s say it can be managed by a scheduler and is typically a part of the operating system. When it comes to threads and processes, the implementation differs between operating systems, but in most of the cases a thread is a component of a process. Did you know? That both Java programming language and Java virtual machine (JVM) were designed to support concurrent programming. Most importantly, the execution part of this programming takes place in the context of threads.
Generics are explained as a facility of generic programming that was added to the Java programming language. The purpose of Generics was to extend Java’s type system. The intention was to allow “a type or method to operate on objects of various types while providing compile-time type safety.” The Java collections framework supports generics, in order to specify the type of objects stored in a collection instance. Generic Java was created in 1998, by Gilad Bracha, Martin Odersky, David Stoutamire and Philip Wadler. It is an extension to the Java language to support generic types and was incorporated in Java with the addition of wild cards.
The Collections Framework
The Java collections framework (JCF) can be explained as a set of classes and interfaces, which implement commonly reusable collection data structures. Even though referred to as a framework, the Java collections framework (JCF) works in a manner of a library. It provides both interfaces, which define various collections and classes that implement them. Collections are nothing but objects that store other objects. Understand the Java collections framework in depth from the industry mapped curriculum at IIHT, the most renowned IT training institution.
If you consider computing based on the Java Platform, then JavaBeans are nothing but classes that encapsulate many objects into a single object, this single object also being the bean. This technology was named as ‘Bean’ so as to encompass a standard, which aimed at creating reusable software components for Java. Java Beans can be serialized. They have a zero-argument constructor, and they also allow access to properties using getter and setter methods. Get to know everything about Java Beans in our instructor led sessions at IIHT.
Connecting to Databases using JDBC
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is an application programming interface (API) for the programming language Java. It determines how a client may access a database. Java Database Connectivity can be defined as a Java based data access technology, which is also used for Java database connectivity. This technology is a part of the Java Standard Edition platform, from the Oracle Corporation. Learn to connect to databases using JDBC at IIHT.
Web Java Course Contents
A servlet is a Java programming language class that is used to extend the capabilities of servers that host applications accessed by means of a request-response programming model. Although servlets can respond to any type of request, they are commonly used to extend the applications hosted by web servers. Servlet technology is used to create a web application (resides at server side and generates dynamic web page).
JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a technology used to develop interactive Web pages. JSP was developed by Sun Microsystems and is an improved version of Java servlets. JSP may be developed in a simplified manner and has a wide range of applications. As with most server-based technologies, JSP separates business logic from the presentation layer.
Securing Web Java Applications
The Java platform provides a number of features, which are designed for improving the security of Java applications. One of the features includes enforcing runtime constraints, which is done by using the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The Java Virtual Machine is a security manager. Learn to secure the Web Java Applications. Attend instructor led training and practical sessions at IIHT and get complete knowledge along with hands on experience.
JSP Standard Tag Libraries
The Java Server Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL) is a part of the Java EE Web application development platform. It extends the JSP specification, as it adds a tag library of JSP tags for common tasks. The Java Server Pages Standard Tag Library was designed under the Java Community Process (JCP) as Java Specification Request (JSR) 52. The most important task of JSTL is to provide an effective way, in order to embed logic within a JSP page and also without using the embedded Java code directly. Learn JSFTL at the most renowned IT training institute and get quality training from IIHT certified trainers.
Introduction to Java Server Faces (JSF)Technology
The Java Server Faces (JSF) technology is a Java specification, which is used for building component-based user interfaces. These user interfaces are designed for web applications. The Java Server Faces (JSF) technology was formalized as a standard through the Java Community Process, as it is a part of the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition. It is also an MVC web framework that makes it easier to construct user interfaces (UI) for server-based applications. Learn JSF at the most renowned IT training institute and get quality training from IIHT certified trainers.
A web service is defined as a service, which is offered by an electronic device to another electronic device, to communicate with each other. This communication takes place via the World Wide Web. Did you know? That the web technology such as HTTP was originally designed for only human-to-machine communication. But today, it is utilized for machine-to-machine communication as well. The web service provides an object-oriented web-based interface to a database server, which later provides a user interface to the end user. Hence, one can also say that a web service is a software system that is designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network.
Q: Why learn Java?
Ans: Java is now a 20 year old, mature programming language and platform with nearly 10 million developers creating millions of applications across the world. Java is a prerequisite for learning technologies such as Big Data, Hadoop, Android, Enterprise Grade Applications, Mission Critical Applications and more. Java Platform is the most preferred Application Development Platform of choice
Q: Why is it important to learn Java 8 over the older versions?
Ans: Java 8.0 also known as Java SE 8.0 Platform which is the latest and most powerful version of Java. Java 8 enables developers to create applications faster and easier for business environments and the Internet of Things (IoT). Java 8 facilitates improved developer productivity through reduced code
Q: What courses does the Java 8 programme contain?
Ans: The Java 8 programme consists of Core Java, Advanced Java and Web Java making it the complete Java stack course!
Q: Do I have to do all three Java courses or can I pick any one?
Ans: You can do the complete Java stack course consisting of Core Java, Advanced Java and Web Java or you can pick any one or two. We offer flexibility!
Q: Can a non IT student enroll for the course?
Ans: Absolutely! But a non IT student will have to start Java training right from the 1st course – Core Java
Q: What certifications can this programme prepare me for?
Ans: IIHT’s Java 8 course prepares you for Oracle Certified Associate (OCAJP) certification, Oracle Certified Professional (OCPJP) certification, SE 8 etc.