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JAVA - Full Stack

Course Overview:

This Full Stack Java Developer program is designed to give you an essence of front-end, middleware, and back-end Java web developer technologies. You will learn to build an end-to-end application, test and deploy code, store data, and much more. In this Introduction to Java Programming training course, you gain extensive hands-on experience writing, compiling, and executing Java programs. You will learn to build robust applications that use Java's object-oriented features. Java is known for reliability, maintainability, and ease of development.

Course Content:

Introduction

♦ Course Introduction
♦ Course Objectives
♦ Course Overview
♦ Using the Workbook
♦ Suggested References


Getting Started with Java


♦ What is Java?
♦ How to Get Java
♦ A First Java Program
♦ Compiling and Interpreting Applications
♦ The JSDK Directory Structure


Eclipse


♦ Introduction to Eclipse
♦ Installing Eclipse
♦ Running Eclipse for the First Time
♦ Editors, Views, and Perspectives
♦ Setting up a Project
♦ Creating a New Java Application
♦ Running a Java Application
♦ Debugging a Java Application
♦ Importing Existing Java Code into Eclipse


Language Fundamentals


♦ A Java Program
♦ If Statements
♦ Switch Statements
♦ Loop Statements
♦ Syntax Details
♦ Primitive Datatypes
♦ Variables
♦ Expressions in Java
♦ Strings
♦ Arrays
♦ Enhanced for Loop



Objects and Classes


♦ Defining a Class
♦ Creating an Object
♦ Instance Data and Class Data
♦ Methods
♦ Constructors
♦ Access Modifiers
♦ Encapsulation



Using Java Objects


♦ Printing to the Console
♦ printf Format Strings
♦ StringBuilder and StringBuffer
♦ Methods and Messages
♦ toString
♦ Parameter Passing
♦ Comparing and Identifying Objects
♦ Destroying Objects
♦ The Primitive-Type Wrapper Classes
♦ Enumerated Types



Inheritance in Java


♦ Inheritance
♦Inheritance in Java
♦ Casting
♦ Method Overriding
♦ Polymorphism
♦ super
♦ The Object Class



Advanced Inheritance and Generics


♦ Abstract Classes
♦ Interfaces
♦ Using Interfaces
♦ Collections
♦ Generics
♦ Comparable



Packages


♦ Packages
♦ The import Statement
♦ Static Imports
♦ CLASSPATH and Import
♦ Defining Packages
♦ Package Scope



Exception Handling


♦ Exceptions Overview
♦ Catching Exceptions
♦ The finally Block
♦ Exception Methods
♦ Declaring Exceptions
♦ Defining and Throwing Exceptions
♦ Errors and Runtime Exceptions



Input/Output Streams


♦ Overview of Streams
♦ Bytes vs. Characters
♦ Converting Byte Streams to Character Streams
♦ File Object
♦ Binary Input and Output
♦ PrintWriter Class
♦ Reading and Writing Objects
♦ Closing Streams



Core Collection Classes


♦ The Collections Framework
♦ The Set Interface
♦ Set Implementation Classes
♦ The List Interface
♦ List Implementation Classes
♦ The Queue Interface
♦ Queue Implementation Classes
♦ The Map Interface
♦ Map Implementation Classes



Appendix A – Collection Sorting and Tuning


♦ Sorting with Comparable
♦ Sorting with Comparator
♦ Sorting Lists and Arrays
♦ Collections Utility Methods
♦ Tuning ArrayList
♦ Tuning HashMap and HashSet



Appendix B – Java EE Overview


♦ Introduction to Java EE
♦ Java SE Building Blocks
♦ Web Applications
♦ Web Services
♦ Enterprise JavaBeans
♦ Additional J2EE APIs
♦ POJO, Dependency Injection, and Annotations
♦ The Java EE Platform



Appendix C – Eclipse Shortcuts


♦ Shortcut Key Sequences
♦ More Shortcut Key Sequences

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