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ADVANCED JAVA SYLLABUS

Java technology is divided into two parts i.e. Core Java and Advanced Java. The core Java part covers the fundamentals (data types, functions, operators, loops, thread, exception handling, etc.) of the Java programming. It is used to develop general purpose applications. Whereas Advanced Java covers the standard concepts such as database connectivity, networking, Servlet, web-services, etc.

It is an advanced technology that is specially designed to develop web-based, network-centric or enterprise applications. It is a specialization in specific domain.

Most of the applications developed using advance Java uses tow-tier architecture i.e., Client and Server. All the applications that runs on Server can be considered as advance Java applications.

WHY ADVANCED JAVA?

In the past few years, the demand for Java full-stack developers has doubled, and companies are offering higher salary packages for the same. So, it will be beneficial for freshers and professionals to take an eight-month training program that will help to you to get a job with highly paid package.

  • It simplifies the complexity of a building n-tier application.
  • Standardizes and API between components and application sever container.
  • JEE application Server and Containers providess the framework services.

TRAINING OVERVIEW

JavaTpoint is a top most leading institute in Delhi NCR and Noida, offers the Java full stack Java developer, job-oriented eight-months training program to track your career as a Java Full Stack Java Developer. It is focused on the industry demand.

This Full Stack Java Developer course is designed to give you the essence of front-end, middleware, and back-end Java web developer technologies. In this training program, you'll learn how to build end-to-end applications, test and deploy code, store data using Oracle, MySQL, and MongoDB, and more. By taking the training program, you'll acquire practical guidance on how to apply many of these new features.

It will take your skills to the next level. After completing the training program, you will be able to crack interviews that will also help you get your dream job as a full-stack Java developer.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Deepen your knowledge of advanced features of the Java language syntax and SDK
  • Be able to put into use the advanced features of the Java language to build and compile robust enterprise-grade applications
  • Understand how and when to apply object-oriented principles such as abstraction, polymorphism, and inheritance, etc.

SYLLABUS

INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED JAVA

  • Server-side Technologies
  • Need of Server-side Technologies
  • Client-side Technologies
  • Difference Between Core and Advanced Java
  • What is Servlet?
  • Advantages of Servlet
  • Difference Between CGI and Servlet

SERVLET API

  • Versions of Servlet API
  • Packages of Servlet API
  • Servlet Container
  • Responsibilities of Servlet Container

HTTP PROTOCOL

  • What is HTTP?
  • What is HTTP Request format & Response format?

DEVELOPING SERVLET

  • Servlet Interface
  • Methods of Servlet Interface
  • Life Cycle of Servlet
  • Developing Servlet by implementing Servlet Interface
  • Web Application Directory Structure
  • Deployment Descriptor File (web.xml)
  • What is Deployment?
  • Types of Deployments
  • Deployment, Console Deployment
  • Tool Deployment
  • Deploying Web Application in Tomcat Server
  • URL Patterns

DEPLOYING SERVLET APPS IN DIFFERENT SERVERS

  • Tomcat Server
  • JBoss Server / WildFly
  • Weblogic Server
  • GlassFish

SERVLETREQUEST

  • Methods of ServletRequest
  • Request Parameters
  • About Request Headers

SERVLETRESPONSE

  • Methods of ServletResponse
  • MIME Types
  • Generating Response

SERVLETCONFIG

  • What is ServletConfig?
  • What is the need of ServletConfig?
  • Methods of ServletConfig
  • Different ways of getting ServletConfig object
  • Defining config initial parameters in web.xml

GENERICSERVLET

  • What is GenericServlet?
  • Methods of GenericServlet
  • About init(ServletConfig), init() Method

WORKING WITH WELCOME-FILE

  • Configuring Welcome File in web.xml

SERVLETCONTEXT

  • What is ServletContext?
  • Need of ServletContext
  • Methods of ServletContext
  • Different Ways of Getting ServletContext Object
  • Context init Parameters
  • Defining Context init Parameters in web.xml

HTTPSERVLET

  • What is HttpServlet?
  • Methods of HttpServlet
  • HTTP Request Methods
  • Public Service and Protected Service Methods
  • About doXXX() methods
  • Difference Between GenericServlet and HttpServlet
  • Difference Between doGet() and doPost() Methods

HTTPSERVLETREQUEST

  • HttpServletRequest Vs. ServletRequest
  • Read Request Parameters of HttpServletRequest
  • Read Request Headers of HttpServletRequest

HTTPSERVLETRESPONSE

  • HttpServletResponse Vs. ServletResponse
  • HttpServletResponse Methods
  • Response Status Codes

REQUESTDISPATCHING

  • What is RequestDispatcher?
  • What is the Need of RequestDispatcher?
  • RequestDispatching Methods
  • include() Method
  • forward() Method
  • Difference Between include() and forward() Methods
  • Getting RequestDispatcher
  • Using ServletRequest
  • UsingServletContext
  • Difference Between getting RequestDispatcher using ServletRequest and ServletContext
  • What is Servlet Collaboration?

REDIRECT A PAGE

  • sendRedirect() Method
  • Difference Between sendRedirect() and forward() Methods
  • setStatus(), response.setHeader() Methods

ATTRIBUTES

  • What is Attribute?
  • Difference Between Parameter and Attribute
  • Scope of Attributes
  • Request scope, Context scope
  • Session scope
  • Adding, Removing and Modifying Attributes

STATE AND SESSION MANAGEMENT

  • About connectionless protocol
  • About connection-oriented protocol
  • Stateless protocol
  • What is state/session management
  • Need of session management
  • Session management methods
  • URL rewriting, Hidden form fields
  • Cookies, HttpSession

URL REWRITING

  • What is URL rewriting
  • URL rewriting techniques
  • Disadvantages of URL rewriting

HIDDEN FORM FIELDS

  • What is hidden form fields
  • Disadvantages of hidden form fields

COOKIES

  • What is Cookie,
  • How to create Cookie
  • Methods of Cookie
  • Types of Cookies
  • Non Persistent Cookie
  • Persistent Cookie
  • How to add cookie to response
  • How to read cookie from request
  • Deleting cookie from servlet
  • Properties of Cookie
  • Disadvantages of Cookies

HTTPSESSION

  • What is HttpSession
  • Advantage of HttpSession
  • How to create HttpSession object
  • How to read HttpSession object from request
  • Invalidating HttpSession
  • Using invalidate method
  • Using session config in web.xml
  • By setting time
  • HttpSession attribute

ERROR HANDLING IN SERVLET

  • Configuring in web.xml
  • Programmatically

FILTERS

  • What is Filter?
  • Need of Filter & Lifecycle of Filter
  • Filter mapping in web.xml
  • About FilterConfig
  • Defining config parameters in web.xml
  • About FilterChain interface
  • Methods of FilterChain
  • What is Filter chaining?
  • Working with filter chaining

LISTENERS

  • What is Listener?
  • Usage of Listener
  • About Event Delegation Model Architecture
  • Types of Listeners
  • RequestListener
  • ServletContextListener
  • HttpSessionListener
  • Types of Attribute Listener
  • Request AttributeListener
  • HttpSessionAttributeListener
  • ServletContextAttributeListener
  • About Event classes

AUTHENTICATION AND AUTHORIZATION (SECURITY IN SERVLET PROGRAMMING)

  • Understanding Authentication Mechanism
  • HTTP basic authentication
  • HTTP Digest authentication
  • HTTPS Client authentication
  • HTTP form-based authentication

WORKING CONNECTION POOLING

  • Connection pooling in difference servers
  • Tomcat, WebLogic, Glassfish
  • JBoss Server / WildFly
  • Developing servlet using server-side connection pooling

WORKING WITH DOMAINS

  • Creating domain in WebLogic server
  • Deploying web application using console
  • Creating domain in glassfish server
  • Deploying web application using console

WORKING WITH SERVLET 2.5/3.0/3.1 FEATURES

  • Async Servlet
  • File Uploading and Downloading
  • Non-blocking I/O
  • HTTP protocol upgrade mechanism
  • Different Types of URL Patterns
  • Dynamic Registration of Servlet (Developing Servlet Program Without web.xml)

ANNOTATIONS IN SERVLET PROGRAMMING

  • Introduction to Annotations
  • Types of Annotations
  • Annotations Vs web.xml

CUSTOM TAGS

  • What is tag?
  • Java based tag
  • Components of tag library
  • The TagHandler Class
  • The Tag Library Descriptor File
  • Imports a tag library (referencing URL of descriptor file)
  • Defines tag prefix
  • Uses tags, About tag handler
  • Tag interface, SimpleTag
  • TagSupport BodyTagSupport
  • SimpleTagSupport
  • Developing tag using SimpleTagSupport class
  • Lifecycle of custom tag
  • Tag hander class with attributes
  • Developing tag with body

MVC ARCHITECTURE

  • MVC Design pattern
  • MVC-1 Page Centric
  • Advantages & Disadvantages
  • MVC-2

JSP

INTRODUCTION

  • What is JSP?
  • Advantages of JSP & Applications of JSP
  • Difference Between JSP & Servlet

JSP BASICS

  • JSP Life cycle
  • JSP Lifecycle Methods
  • jspInit, _jspService
  • jspDestroy, Saving jsp file as a,
  • Public resource, Private recourse
  • JSP tags

JSP TAGS

  • Types of Tags
  • Scripting, Elements, and Directives
  • Standard Actions

SCRIPTING ELEMENTS

  • What is scripting elements?
  • Types of scripting elements
  • Declaration tag
  • Expression tag
  • Scriptlet

JSP IMPLICIT OBJECT

  • What is jsp implicit objects
  • Need of jsp implicit objects
  • Implicit objects of jsp
  • Request, Response, Page
  • pageContext, out, session
  • exception, application, config

DIRECTIVES

  • What is directive?
  • Types of directives
  • Page directive, Include directive
  • Taglib directive

STANDARD ACTIONS

  • What is standard action
  • Standard actions
  • <jsp:include>
  • <jsp:forward>
  • <jsp:param>
  • <jsp:useBean>
  • <jsp:setProperty>
  • <jsp:getProperty>
  • Working with <jsp:include>
  • Difference between <jsp:include> and <%@include> directive
  • Working with <jsp:forward>

JAVA BEAN

  • What is java bean?
  • Usage of bean
  • Properties of bean

USING JAVA BEAN IN JSP

  • About <jsp:useBean>
  • Attributes of <jsp:useBean>
  • Working with scope of bean object
  • Using bean with <jsp:include> and <jsp:forward>
  • Assigning values to bean using <jsp:setProperty>
  • Reading values from bean using <jsp:getProperty>

EXPRESSION LANGUAGE

  • What is Expression Language
  • Advantage of Expression Language
  • Syntax of defining expression
  • Basic Operators in EL
  • Implicit objects In EL
  • pageScope, requestScope
  • sessionScope, applicationScope
  • param, paramValues, header
  • headerValues, initParam, cookie
  • pageContext, Defining functions

JSTL

  • What is JSTL?
  • Version of JSTL
  • Classification of JSTL tags
  • Core tags, Formatting tags
  • SQL Tags, XML tags
  • JSTL Functions
  • How to use JSTL in web application
  • Working with Core tags, Formatting tags & SQL tags
  • Working JSTL functions

EJB

OVERVIEW OF EJB

  • What is an EJB?
  • Why should you use EJB?
  • When should you not use EJB?

THE EJB SIMPLIFIED API

  • A quick review of annotations in Java 5
  • Overview of using annotations to develop EJB
  • Annotations vs. Deployment descriptors

INTERCEPTORS

  • Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) in JEE
  • Intercepting methods
  • Building Interceptor Classes

SESSION BEANS

  • Developing Stateless and Stateful beans
  • Related Annotations
  • Life-cycle of session beans
  • Session bean best practices
  • Linking UML modeling constructs with Session Beans

MESSAGE-DRIVEN BEANS

  • Introduction to asynchronous beans
  • Introduction to the Java Message Service (JMS) API
  • Configuring the activation context
  • Configuring the JMS message providers

INJECTORS

  • What are Injectors?
  • Using injectors to access resources and EJBs
  • Accessing the EJB context and the Environment Naming Context (ENC)
  • Setter injection
  • Simplifying lookup of beans and resources using injectors
  • Annotation used for injection

JAVA PERSISTENCE API (JPA)

  • Overview of Java Persistence API for EJB 3.0
  • Entity class and O/R mappings
  • Overview of packing and deploying entities

ENTITIES

  • Persistent fields and properties
  • Entity relationship mappings
  • Inheritance mappings
  • Annotations and XML descriptors for defining mappings

ENTITY OPERATIONS

  • The Entity Manager interface
  • Entity instance life cycle
  • Entity listeners and callback methods

JAVA PERSISTENCE QUERY LANGUAGE (JPQL)

  • Overview of EJB 3.0 query language
  • Writing portable queries based on Entities
  • Building native queries for performance
  • Building custom finders
  • Polymorphism
  • Automatic storage of query results in plain old Java objects (POJO)

EJB TIMER SERVICE

  • Overview of Timer Service
  • Timer Service APIs
  • Using injectors to inject Timer Service
  • Programming with Timer Service
  • Scheduling recurring tasks

EJB TRANSACTIONS

  • Container vs. Bean managed transactions
  • Container-managed transaction attributes
  • Transaction propagation
  • Accessing the User Transaction service using injectors
  • Invoking the User Transaction service using JTA
  • Transaction Isolation attributes
  • Session Synchronized Stateful Session Beans
  • Transactions and exceptions
  • Using annotation to specify transaction attributes

EJB SECURITY

  • Security annotations
  • Roles, Groups and Permissions
  • Declarative vs. Programmatic security
  • Accessing the Security services using the EJB Context
  • Switching the security context

MIGRATING PRE-EJB APPLICATIONS

  • Interoperability of EJB with earlier components
  • Adapting EJB session beans to earlier clients
  • Coexistence of EJB 3.0 and EJB 2.1 APIs in bean classes

DESIGN PATTERN

THE NEED OF DESIGN PATTERN

CORE DESIGN PATTERNS

  • Factory Method Design Pattern
  • Singleton Design Pattern
  • Synchronized Singleton Design Pattern
  • Factory Design Pattern
  • Template Design Pattern
  • Abstract Factory Design Pattern
  • Builder Design Pattern
  • Command Design Pattern
  • Fast Line Reader Design Pattern
  • Proto Type Design Pattern
  • DTO/VO Design Pattern
  • Adaptor Design Pattern
  • Inversion of Control/Dependency injection

WEB-TIER DESIGN PATTERNS

  • MVC Design Pattern
  • Front Controller Design Pattern
  • Intercepting Filter Design Pattern
  • View Helper Design Pattern
  • Composite View Design Pattern
  • Application Controller Design Pattern

INTEGRATION DESIGN PATTERNS

  • Business Delegate Design Pattern
  • Service Locator Design Pattern

MODEL LAYER DESIGN PATTERNS/EJB DESIGN PATTERNS

  • Session Façade Design Pattern
  • Message Façade Design Pattern
  • EJB Home Factory Design Pattern
  • DAO (Data Access Object) Design Pattern
  • DAO Factory Design Pattern

JAVAMAIL API

  • Introduction
  • Architecture
  • Environmental Setup
  • Core Classes
  • Sending Emails
  • Checking Emails
  • Fetching Emails
  • Authentication
  • Replying Emails
  • Forwarding Emails
  • Deleting Emails
  • Gmail SMTP server
  • Folder Management
  • Quota Management
  • Bounced Messages

JAVAMAIL API PROTOCOLS

  • SMTP Servers
  • IMAP Servers
  • POP3 Servers
  • MIME
  • NNTP and Others

WEB SERVICES

  • Objective
  • Introduction to Web Services

SOA

  • What is SOA?
  • Service Orientation
  • Business Process Vs Service.
  • Choreography of Services.

JAVA WEB SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGIES

  • XML - Extensible Markup Language
  • DTD-DocumentType Definitions.
  • XSD - XML Schema Document.
  • XSLT - XML Style sheet transformation.

XML PROCESSING APIS

  • Simple Type API for XML (SAX)
  • Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Java API for XML Processing (JAXP)
  • Java API for XML Binding (JAXB)
  • Java API for XML Remote Procedure call (JAX - RPC)

WSDL

  • Primary elements in a WSDL document
  • Abstract and concrete definitions in a WSDL document
  • Messaging modes for web services
  • XML schema in a WSDL document
  • Web Service Endpoints and Clients

CLIENT DESIGN

  • Choosing a Communication Technology
  • Web services-based client applications
  • Developing client applications

EXCEPTION HANDLING

SECURITY

  • Encryption
  • Public key
  • Private key
  • Digital Signatures
  • Authentication and Authorization
  • Message - Level web services security.

WEB TECHNOLOGY

HTML 5

  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML Tags
  • Creating Forms
  • Creating tables
  • Managing home page

CSS

  • Introduction to CSS
  • Three ways to use CSS
  • CSS Properties
  • Designing website
  • Working with Templates

JAVASCRIPT

  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Three ways to use JavaScript
  • Working with events
  • Client-side Validation

JQUERY

  • Introduction to JQuery
  • Validation using JQuery
  • JQuery Forms
  • JQuery Examples

AJAX

  • Introduction to AJAX
  • Servlet and JSP with AJAX
  • Interacting with database

1. Core Java Syllabus

2. FFull Stack Java

3. Spring Syllabus

4. Hibernate Syllabus

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