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Java Training Course at TOPS Technologies is intended for freshers and IT professionals. The training course comprises of language fundamentals, implementation of pure object-oriented programming principles, usage of built-in Java classes and real-time environment application. We have specialized Java instructors imparting knowledge in Core Java with Advanced concepts like J2EE, Struts, Hibernate, Eclipse required to develop highly scalable and secure Java Applications. For any questions, visit your nearest location, email us or call us.

What is Java?

Java is an object-oriented, the multi-purpose programming language used to develop websites, applications, and games. The main java concepts are OOPS, loop, data types, string, array, constructors, functions, methods, Generics, etc.

Why Choose Java Course?

Java language is easy to write, implement and understand. You can transfer the java program from one system to another without any hustles. With Java learning, you have opted to become Web developer, software programmer, tester, graphical designer, game programmer, application developer. Popular businesses like Uber, LinkedIn, eBay, Naukri, HCL, Wipro, TCS using Java platform.

TOPS Technologies also offer live java project & Online classroom training for java learners.

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Java Advanced Programs

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Java Syllabus Curriculum

12 week Course

  • Introduction to Java
  • Introduction of Students Career in IT
  • Working on Project and Assignment Using Lab

  • Conditional Statements (If, If Else, Nested If Else If) (Switch Case)
  • Loops (While, Do While, For)
  • Break and Continue
  • SDLC Process
  • • Project Analysis
  • • Analysis In Details
  • • DFD(with practical)
  • • Introduction of DFD
  • • Rules for Drawing DFD
  • • Context Level
  • • First Level
  • • Second Level
  • • Data Dictionary
  • • Flow Chart
  • • Data Dictionary
  • • Flow Chart

  • Introduction of Core Java
  • Eclipse IDE
  • JVM,JDK,JRE
  • Class, Object, Method
  • • Constructor
  • • Garbage Collection
  • • Finalize
  • • Source File Layout
  • • Package Management
  • • Import Statement
  • • Data types
  • • Primitive Types
  • • Reference Types
  • • Modifiers- Public, Private, Protected, Default
  • • Conditional Statements and Looping Statements
  • Array Introduction
  • • Why Array? Advantages
  • • Types of Array
  • • Resizing Array
  • • Copying Array
  • • Primitive types and Reference type Arrays
  • • Encapsulations
  • • Inheritance – Introduction
  • • Advantages of Inheritance
  • • Types of Inheritance
  • • Practical of Inheritance
  • • Practical of Inheritance with Constructor
  • • Polymorphism
  • • Types of Polymorphism
  • • Method Overloading and Method Overriding
  • Abstract and Interface – Introduction and Difference
  • • Keywords – This, Static, Final, Super
  • Classes
  • • Object Class(only Important Methods)
  • • String Class (Only Important Methods)
  • • String Buffer & String Builder
  • • Wrapper Classes
  • Exceptions
  • Introduction – Why Exceptions
  • • Types of Exceptions
  • • Try catch and Finally Block
  • • Multi-catch Exceptions
  • • Throw and Throws keywords
  • • Method Overriding with Exceptions
  • • Custom Exceptions
  • FILE I/O
  • • What is Stream and Types of Stream
  • • File Input Output Streams and Its Methods
  • • File class
  • • Command Line Arguments
  • Thread-Introduction
  • • Thread Life Cycle
  • • Creating Threads
  • • Thread Class Methods (Only Important Methods)
  • • Runnable Interface
  • • Synchronized block and Synchronized Methods
  • Collection Framework – Introduction
  • • Collection API
  • • Hierarchy of Collections
  • • List and Set and Map Collections
  • • Array list, vector, and Other Classes
  • • Generics
  • • Comparator and Comparables
  • JAVA GUI
  • • AWT (Introduction only) & Swing (in Details)
  • • Components, Containers, Frame, Window, Panel, Layout
  • • All Components
  • • Events, Event Handling

  • Database
  • DDMS and RDBMS
  • Introduction
  • MYSQL
  • • MYSQL IDE
  • • Query Types
  • • DDL,DML,DQL, DCL
  • • Constraints
  • • Primary Key
  • • Foreign Key
  • • Unique Key
  • Normalizations
  • • 1NF
  • • 2NF
  • • 3NF
  • • Joins
  • • All Joins Types
  • • Advance Database
  • • Indexers
  • • Views
  • • Procedures
  • • Functions
  • • Cursor
  • • Triggers
  • JDBC (Insert, Update, Select, Delete)
  • Introduction of JDBC
  • • Driver Types
  • • Steps for Creating Connections
  • • Types of Statements (Statements, prepared Statements and Callable Statements)
  • • Result Set Interface
  • • Database Metadata
  • • Result Set Metadata

  • HTML
  • • UL Tag
  • • LI Tag
  • • a Tag
  • • IMG tag
  • • Table, TR, TD tag
  • Form tags with Attributes
  • • All input tags
  • • CSS
  • • Types of CSS
  • • Pseudo- Classes
  • • Margins and Puddings
  • • CSS background
  • • CSS using ID and Class
  • • JavaScript
  • • Events
  • • Validations
  • • Validations with Regular Expressions
  • • Firebug
  • • Template Integration
  • Introduction of Client-Server Architecture
  • • HTTP Protocol overview with Request and Response header explanation
  • • J2EE Architecture Overview
  • Web Component Development In Java
  • • CGI Programming Process Advantage and Disadvantage
  • • Servlet Programming Introductions
  • • Advantage and Disadvantage
  • • Servlet Versions
  • • Types of Servlets
  • • Difference between HTTP Servlet a Generic Servlet
  • • Servlet Life Cycle
  • • Creating Servlets
  • • Servlet Entry in web.xml
  • • Logical URL
  • • Servlet Config Interface
  • • Request Dispatcher Interface
  • • Forward and Include Methods
  • • Servlet Context Interface
  • • Web Application Listener
  • • Scope of Objects, Request, and Response
  • Application (Context) , Config
  • Java Filters – Introduction
  • • What are the needs
  • • Filter Life Cycle
  • • Process of Execution Filter
  • • Applying Filter
  • • Entry in web.xml
  • • URL Pattern with Filter
  • JSP Introduction
  • • JSP Translation
  • • JSP Life Cycle
  • • Comments
  • • Directives
  • • Scrip lets
  • • Expression
  • • Declaration
  • • Implicit Objects
  • • Action
  • • JSTL
  • • Custom Tags

  • Session Management – Introduction
  • • What are the needs?
  • • Session Tracking Technique
  • • Hidden Form Fields
  • • URL Rewriting
  • • Cookies
  • • Session
  • Design Pattern
  • • MVC Design Pattern with Example
  • AJAX Programming With Example
  • Introduction to Distributed Technologies
  • RMI, EJB and WEB Services Introduction
  • Types of web services
  • • What is Restful Web Services?
  • • Restful Web Services Annotations
  • • Restful Web Services with Example

  • Hibernate Introduction
  • • Hibernate Architecture
  • • Hibernate Configuration
  • • All Core Interface
  • Query and Criteria
  • Named Query
  • All Relationships
  • • One to One
  • • One to Many
  • • Many to One
  • • Many to Many
  • All Database Operations with hibernate

  • Overview Of Spring Framework
  • Introduction of Spring Framework Architecture
  • Core Container
  • AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming)
  • Spring DAO (Data Integration)
  • Web
  • Spring Using IDE
  • • Using Library
  • Spring Hello World Example
  • Spring IOC Container
  • • Bean Factory
  • • Application Context
  • Spring Bean Definition
  • • Configuration
  • • Life Cycle
  • • Inheritance
  • • Scopes
  • Spring Dependency Injection
  • • Constructor-based
  • • Setter Getter based
  • • Inner Beans, Aliases, and ID-ref
  • • Collections and References
  • • Auto Wiring
  • Spring AOP
  • • AOP Term
  • • Write the Aspects
  • • Configure Where the Aspects
  • Spring ORM
  • Spring MVC Web Forms
  • • Spring Form Handling
  • • Spring Form Tags
  • • Spring Controller XML and Annotation Based
  • Spring MVC with Session Management
  • Spring CRUD Operation using Hibernate ORM

  • Cloud Computing – Introduction
  • Types
  • Hosting

Projects

The Project Definition for this Java Live Project was an Online News Portal. It allows the News publisher to publish his news and the user can select the news he wants to read.  The project was developed using cutting edge technology in Java using advanced frameworks like Struts Hibernate and spring, JSP and MySQL.

This Live project was rated as the best java project ideas was built in Java and allows a user to find cheap and efficient parking in and around where the user is. The system using gps tracking on the mobile phone and finds the most effective parking spots available depending on the cost and distance from the user. The user can also sort parking by distance and by cost. The project is built using java programming, Javascript, JSP, Servlets, Advance Java Frameworks Struts, Hibernate, Spring.

This Java Project was built for the government java course admission process. The student Management system allows the tracking of all the students, their daily attendance, Java Classes, Java Certification grades. All the information about Java Training is stored in a central server on the cloud and is accessed by all Government offices across Ahmedabad, Baroda, Rajkot, Surat, Gandhinagar and other locations of Gujarat.  Each Java Training student has to login and access the data with their Java Credentials.  The students using Java and Bootstrap to build the system

Java Interview Questions

A Nested Class is a member of its enclosing class. An inner class can access the variables and functions of the outer class. The class derived from the superclass is called subclass. Sub-class can use all the protected and public methods of the superclass.

These Specifiersdetermine whether a field or method in a class, can be used or invoked by another method in another class or sub-class The types of access specifiers for classes are: 1.) Public: We can access all the methods and variables from anywhere. 2.) Protected: We can access the methods and variables of the related subclass that should be in the same package. 3.) Default: All the methods, variables can be accessed from the classes that are in the same package only. 4.) Private: All the methods and variables can be accessed from the only one class with which it is connected.

When we want to share the method or variable to all the objects of the class then we declare it as static.

Encapsulation is the process of combining the data members and methods together in a unit. Encapsulation allows the developer to make its variables and functions independent from other objects for Hiding purpose. Encapsulation also serves data hiding purpose.

In singleton class, all the methods and variables can belong to only one instance because of the need for limiting the number of objects of the class. The best example of the singleton class is when we want the only one connection to the database for security reason.

A Nested Class is a member of its enclosing class. An inner class can access the variables and functions of the outer class. The class derived from the superclass is called subclass. Sub-class can use all the protected and public methods of the superclass.

These Specifiersdetermine whether a field or method in a class, can be used or invoked by another method in another class or sub-class The types of access specifiers for classes are: 1.) Public: We can access all the methods and variables from anywhere. 2.) Protected: We can access the methods and variables of the related subclass that should be in the same package. 3.) Default: All the methods, variables can be accessed from the classes that are in the same package only. 4.) Private: All the methods and variables can be accessed from the only one class with which it is connected.

When we want to share the method or variable to all the objects of the class then we declare it as static.

Encapsulation is the process of combining the data members and methods together in a unit. Encapsulation allows the developer to make its variables and functions independent from other objects for Hiding purpose. Encapsulation also serves data hiding purpose.

In singleton class, all the methods and variables can belong to only one instance because of the need for limiting the number of objects of the class. The best example of the singleton class is when we want the only one connection to the database for security reason.

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