Java J2EE Online Training

Java J2EE Online Training

    • Course Duration

      This course requires 80 hours of training with flexible timings (weekday or weekend classes)

      Training Materials

      1. Personalized online lectures to match up with the learning pace of the student
      2. Practical tasks provided at the end of every topic
      3. Equal importance for theory and practical session
      4. Technical discussion and feedbacks provided to the student on a regular basis
      5. Case studies and best real time illustrations used for Practical learning
      6. Live projects to work after 75% completion of the training course

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      A basic knowledge of Java script and database would be helpful for understanding the case study and examples. Knowledge of programming languages like C, C++ and its aspects such as variables, conditional statements, loops etc. is required.

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      Candidates who have a technical education background such as B.E. /B. Tech/ MCA/ BCA/ BSC computer science or relevant experience in software field can enroll for this course.

      Course Info

      You would find this Java J2EE training course curriculum is the industry's most in-depth hands-on exposure to the Java platform. This course teaches Java and all of its foundational technologies. The training material provides a thorough understanding on the various modules contained under Java J2EE such as J2EE APIs (Servlets & JSPs, JSF, EJB, JMS, JNDI, XML, etc.), other technologies like Struts, Spring, Hibernate and Net Beans IDE. It equips a learner with the skills to robust, scalable, efficient, and maintainable web applications.


      This is one of the most esteemed and established institute for Java / J2EE online training in India. This training program has immense potential to transforms a fresher into a skilled J2EE professional. Some of the other amazing features include:

      1. All the modules contained in this online training course are conducted live and led by expert trainers.
      2. Content delivery method comprises of Interactive sessions, Quizzes and Assessments
      3. Provides 24*7 technical support by our expert team of professionals
      4. Guaranteed job placement assistance after successful completion of this course
      5. An in-depth course material with numerous real time scenarios are designed by highly qualified trainers
    • Java/J2EE Online Training

      JAVA Course Content


      What is an Object?

      1. What is a Class?
      2. Inheritance
      3. Encapsulation
      4. Polymorphism

      Language Basics Primitive Types

      1. Arrays
      2. Operators
      3. Assignment, Arithmetic and Unary Operators
      4. Equality, Relational and Conditional Operators
      5. Bitwise and Shift Operators
      6. Control Flow Statements
      7. If-then, if-then-else statements
      8. While, do-while statements
      9. For statement
      10. Branching statements
      11. Switch statement

      Classes and Objects

      1. Declaring Classes
      2. Declaring Member Variables
      3. Defining Methods
      4. Constructors
      5. Message passing
      6. Returning messages
      7. This keyword
      8. Initialization
      9. Nested Classes
      10. Enums
      11. Annotations
      12. Access Modifiers

      Inheritance and Interfaces

      1. Defining Interface
      2. Implementing Interfaces
      3. Overriding
      4. Super Keyword
      5. Final Classes
      6. Abstract Classes

      Numbers, Characters and Strings

      1. Number classes
      2. Formatting
      3. Manipulating Strings
      4. String Builder


      1. Creating Packages
      2. Naming a Package
      3. Package Members
      4. Importing classes


      1. Types
      2. Type Erasure
      3. Generic Methods and Constructors
      4. Bounded Types
      5. Sub typing
      6. Wildcards
      7. Type Erasure

      Exception Handling

      1. What is an Exception?
      2. Try Block
      3. Try-catch Block
      4. Finally Block
      5. Throwing Exceptions
      6. Chaining Exceptions
      7. Checked/Unchecked Exceptions
      8. Creating Exception Classes

      Basic I/O

      1. I/O Streams – Byte, Character, Buffered
      2. Scanning
      3. Formatting
      4. Data Streams
      5. Object Streams
      6. Readers and Writers
      7. Random Access File
      8. New I/O Classes
      9. Buffers
      10. Channels

      Advanced Concepts Concurrency

      1. Processes and Threads
      2. Thread and Runnable
      3. Starting a Thread
      4. Pausing a thread
      5. Interrupts
      6. Joins
      7. Synchronization
      8. Intrinsic Locks
      9. Atomic Access
      10. Deadlock
      11. Live lock
      12. Lock Objects
      13. Executors
      14. Thread Pools
      15. Atomic Variables
      16. Concurrent Collections


      1. What is a Socket?
      2. TCP/IP and UDP
      3. Datagram
      4. Reading from a Socket
      5. Writing to a Socket
      6. Broadcasting
      7. Server Sockets
      8. Writing a client Server Application
      9. Working with URLs
      10. Network Interface Addresses


      1. JDBC Architecture
      2. Relational Database Overview
      3. Setting up a Database (MySQL)
      4. Connecting to a Database
      5. Retrieving data from Result Sets
      6. Updating Tables
      7. Prepared Statements
      8. Joins
      9. Transactions
      10. Stored Procedures
      11. Building a complete JDBC Application


      1. Overview of JNDI
      2. Looking up a Resource
      3. JNDI Context
      4. Add, Replace or Remove a Binding

      Remote Method Invocation (RMI)

      1. Distributed Computing
      2. Remote Interface
      3. Serialization
      4. Implementing a Remote Interface
      5. Remote Client
      6. Security
      7. RMI Registr

      Java Management Extensions (JMX)

      1. What is JMX?
      2. JMS Architecture
      3. Standard MBeans
      4. MXBeans
      5. Notifications
      6. JMX Connectors

      Regular Expressions

      1. String Literals
      2. Character Classes
      3. Predefined classes
      4. Groups
      5. Boundary Matchers
      6. Pattern Class


      1. Examining Class Objects
      2. Examining Class Modifiers
      3. Getting and Setting Field Values
      4. Obtaining Method Type Information
      5. Invoking Methods
      6. Retrieving and Parsing Constructors
      7. Creating New Class Instances
      8. Creating New Arrays
      9. Creating Enumerated Types


      What is Swing?

      1. Look and Feel
      2. Components, Panels, Windows, Buttons
      3. Action Listeners
      4. LayoutsM/
      5. Graphics
      6. Integrating with Desktop
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