Java Language Training


About Java Language Training

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Java Training Course Overview

  • The History and Evolution of Java
    • Java’s Lineage
    • The Birth of Modern Programming: C
    • C++: The Next Step
    • The Stage Is Set for Java
    • The Creation of Java
    • The C# Connection
    • How Java Changed the Internet
    • Java Applets
    • Security
    • Portability
    • Java’s Magic: The Bytecode
    • Servlets: Java on the Server Side
    • The Java Buzzwords
    • Simple
    • Object-Oriented
    • Robust
    • Multithreaded
    • Architecture-Neutral
    • Interpreted and High Performance
    • Distributed
    • Dynamic
  • An Overview of Java
    • Object-Oriented Programming
    • Two Paradigms
    • Abstraction
    • The Three OOP Principles
    • A First Simple Program
    • Entering the Program
    • Compiling the Program
    • A Closer Look at the First Sample Program
    • A Second Short Program
    • Two Control Statements
    • The if Statement
    • The for Loop
    • Using Blocks of Code
    • Lexical Issues
    • Whitespace
    • Identifiers
    • Literals
    • Comments
    • Separators
    • The Java Keywords
    • The Java Class Libraries
  • Data Types, Variables, and Arrays
    • Java Is a Strongly Typed Language
    • The Primitive Types
    • Integers
    • byte
    • short
    • int
    • long
    • Floating-Point Types
    • float
    • double
    • Characters
    • Booleans
    • A Closer Look at Literals
    • Integer Literals
    • Floating-Point Literals
    • Boolean Literals
    • Character Literals
    • String Literals
    • Variables
    • Declaring a Variable
    • Dynamic Initialization
    • The Scope and Lifetime of Variables
    • Type Co nversion and Casting
    • Java’s Automatic Conversions
    • Casting Incompatible Types
    • Automatic Type Promotion in Expressions
    • The Type Promotion Rules
    • Arrays
    • One-Dimensional Arrays
    • Multidimensional Arrays
    • Alternative Array Declaration Syntax
    • A Few Words About Strings
    • A Note to C/C++ Programmers About Pointers
  • Operators
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • The Basic Arithmetic Operators
    • The Modulus Operator
    • Arithmetic Compound Assignment Operators
    • Increment and Decrement
    • The Bitwise Operators
    • The Bitwise Logical Operators
    • The Left Shift
    • The Right Shift
    • The Unsigned Right Shift
    • Bitwise Operator Compound Assignments
    • Relational Operators
    • Boolean Logical Operators
    • Short-Circuit Logical Operators
    • The Assignment Operator
    • The ? Operator
    • Operator Precedence
    • Using Parentheses
  • Control Statements
    • Java’s Selection Statements
    • if
    • switch
    • Iteration Statements
    • while
    • do-while
    • for
    • The For-Each Version of the for Loop
    • Nested Loops
    • Jump Statements
    • Using break
    • Using continue
  • Introducing Classes
    • Class Fundamentals
    • The General Form of a Class
    • A Simple Class
    • Declaring Objects
    • A Closer Look at new
    • Assigning Object Reference Variables
    • Introducing Methods
    • Adding a Method to the Box Class
    • Returning a Value
    • Adding a Method That Takes Parameters
    • Constructors
    • Parameterized Constructors
    • The this Keyword
    • Instance Variable Hiding
    • Garbage Collection
    • The finalize( ) Method
    • A Stack Class
  • A Closer Look at Methods and Classes
    • Overloading Methods
    • Overloading Constructors
    • Using Objects as Parameters
    • A Closer Look at Argument Passing
    • Returning Objects
    • Recursion
    • Introducing Access Control
    • Understanding static
    • Introducing final
    • Arrays Revisited
    • Introducing Nested and Inner Classes
    • Exploring the String Class
    • Using Command-Line Arguments
    • Varargs: Variable-Length Arguments
    • Overloading Vararg Methods
    • Varargs and Ambiguity
  • Inheritance
    • Inheritance Basics
    • Member Access and Inheritance
    • A More Practical Example
    • A Superclass Variable Can Reference a Subclass Object
    • Using super
    • Using super to Call Superclass Constructors
    • A Second Use for super
    • Creating a Multilevel Hierarchy
    • When Constructors Are Executed
    • Method Overriding
    • Dynamic Method Dispatch
    • Why Overridden Methods?
    • Applying Method Overriding
    • Using Abstract Classes
    • Using final with Inheritance
    • Using final to Prevent Overriding
    • Using final to Prevent Inheritance
    • The Object Class
  • Packages and Interfaces
    • Packages
    • Defining a Package
    • Finding Packages and CLASSPATH
    • A Short Package Example
    • Access Protection
    • An Access Example
    • Importing Packages
    • Interfaces
    • Defining an Interface
    • Implementing Interfaces
    • Nested Interfaces
    • Applying Interfaces
    • Variables in Interfaces
    • Interfaces Can Be Extended
    • Default Interface Methods
    • Default Method Fundamentals
    • A More Practical Example
    • Multiple Inheritance Issues
    • Use static Methods in an Interface
    • Final Thoughts on Packages and Interfaces
  • Exception Handling
    • Exception-Handling Fundamentals
    • Exception Types
    • Uncaught Exceptions
    • Using try and catch
    • Displaying a Description of an Exception
    • Multiple catch Clauses
    • Nested try Statements
    • throw
    • throws
    • finally
    • Java’s Built-in Exceptions
    • Creating Your Own Exception Subclasses
    • Chained Exceptions
    • Three Recently Added Exception Features
    • Using Exceptions
  • Multithreaded Programming
    • The Java Thread Model
    • Thread Priorities
    • Synchronization
    • Messaging
    • The Thread Class and the Runnable Interface
    • The Main Thread
    • Creating a Thread
    • Implementing Runnable
    • Extending Thread
    • Choosing an Approach
    • Creating Multiple Threads
    • Using isAlive( ) and join( )
    • Thread Priorities
    • Synchronization
    • Using Synchronized Methods
    • The synchronized Statement
    • Interthread Communication
    • Deadlock
    • Suspending, Resuming, and Stopping Threads
    • Obtaining A Thread’s State
    • Using Multithreading
  • Enumerations, Autoboxing, and Annotations (Metadata)
    • Enumerations
    • Enumeration Fundamentals
    • The values( ) and valueOf( ) Methods
    • Java Enumerations Are Class Types
    • Enumerations Inherit Enum
    • Another Enumeration Example
    • Type Wrappers
    • Character
    • Boolean
    • The Numeric Type Wrappers
    • Autoboxing
    • Autoboxing and Methods
    • Autoboxing/Unboxing Occurs in Expressions
    • Autoboxing/Unboxing Boolean and Character Values
    • Autoboxing/Unboxing Helps Prevent Errors
    • A Word of Warning
    • Annotations (Metadata)
    • Annotation Basics
    • Specifying a Retention Policy
    • Obtaining Annotations at Run Time by Use of Reflection
    • The AnnotatedElement Interface
    • Using Default Values
    • Marker Annotations
    • Single-Member Annotations
    • The Built-In Annotations
    • Type Annotations
    • Repeating Annotations
    • Some Restrictions
  • I/O, Applets, and Other Topics
    • I/O Basics
    • Streams
    • Byte Streams and Character Streams
    • The Predefined Streams
    • Reading Console Input
    • Reading Characters
    • Reading Strings
    • Writing Console Output
    • The PrintWriter Class
    • Reading and Writing Files
    • Automatically Closing a File
    • Applet Fundamentals
    • The transient and volatile Modifiers
    • Using instanceof
    • strictfp
    • Native Methods
    • Problems with Native Methods
    • Using assert
    • Assertion Enabling and Disabling Options
    • Static Import
    • Invoking Overloaded Constructors Through this( )
    • Compact API Profiles
  • Generics
    • What Are Generics?
    • A Simple Generics Example
    • Generics Work Only with Reference Types
    • Generic Types Differ Based on Their Type Arguments
    • How Generics Improve Type Safety
    • A Generic Class with Two Type Parameters
    • The General Form of a Generic Class
    • Bounded Types
    • Using Wildcard Arguments
    • Bounded Wildcards
    • Creating a Generic Method
    • Generic Constructors
    • Generic Interfaces
    • Raw Types and Legacy Code
    • Generic Class Hierarchies
    • Using a Generic Superclass
    • A Generic Subclass
    • Run-Time Type Comparisons Within a Generic Hierarchy
    • Casting
    • Overriding Methods in a Generic Class
    • Type Inference with Generics
    • Erasure
    • Bridge Methods
    • Ambiguity Errors
    • Some Generic Restrictions
    • Type Parameters Can’t Be Instantiated
    • Restrictions on Static Members
    • Generic Array Restrictions
    • Generic Exception Restriction
  • Lambda Expressions
    • Introducing Lambda Expressions
    • Lambda Expression Fundamentals
    • Functional Interfaces
    • Some Lambda Expression Examples
    • Block Lambda Expressions
    • Generic Functional Interfaces
    • Passing Lambda Expressions as Arguments
    • Lambda Expressions and Exceptions
    • Lambda Expressions and Variable Capture
    • Method References
    • Method References to static Methods
    • Method References to Instance Methods
    • Method References with Generics
    • Constructor References
    • Predefined Functional Interfaces
  • String Handling
    • The String Constructors
    • String Length
    • Special String Operations
    • String Literals
    • String Concatenation
    • String Concatenation with Other Data Types
    • String Conversion and toString( )
    • Character Extraction
    • charAt( ) getChars( )
    • getBytes( )
    • toCharArray( )
    • String Comparison
    • equals( ) and equalsIgnoreCase( )
    • regionMatches( )
    • startsWith( ) and endsWith( )
    • equals( ) Versus ==
    • compareTo( )
    • Searching Strings
    • Modifying a String
    • substring( )
    • concat( )
    • replace( )
    • trim( )
    • Data Conversion Using valueOf( )
    • Changing the Case of Characters Within a String
    • Joining Strings
    • Additional String Methods
    • StringBuffer
    • StringBuffer Constructors
    • length( ) and capacity( )
    • ensureCapacity( )
    • setLength( )
    • charAt( ) and setCharAt( )
    • getChars( )
    • append( )
    • insert( )
    • reverse( )
    • delete( ) and deleteCharAt( )
    • replace( )
    • substring( )
    • Additional StringBuffer Methods
    • StringBuilder
  • Exploring java.lang
    • Primitive Type Wrappers
    • Number
    • Double and Float
    • Understanding isInfinite( ) and isNaN( )
    • Byte, Short, Integer, and Long
    • Character
    • Additions to Character for Unicode Code Point Support
    • Boolean
    • Void
    • Process Runtime
    • Memory Management
    • Executing Other Programs
    • ProcessBuilder
    • System
    • Using currentTimeMillis( ) to Time Program Execution
    • Using arraycopy( )
    • Environment Properties
    • Object
    • Using clone( ) and the Cloneable Interface
    • Class
    • ClassLoader
    • Math
    • Trigonometric Functions
    • Exponential Functions
    • Rounding Functions
    • Miscellaneous Math Methods
    • StrictMath
    • Compiler
    • Thread, ThreadGroup, and Runnable
    • The Runnable Interface
    • Thread
    • ThreadGroup
    • ThreadLocal and InheritableThreadLocal
    • Package
    • RuntimePermission
    • Throwable
    • SecurityManager
    • StackTraceElement
    • Enum
    • ClassValue
    • The CharSequence Interface
    • The Comparable Interface
    • The Appendable Interface
    • The Iterable Interface
    • The Readable Interface
    • The AutoCloseable Interface
    • The Thread.UncaughtExceptionHandler Interface
    • The java.lang Subpackages
    • java.lang.annotation
    • java.lang.instrument
    • java.lang.invoke
    • java.lang.management
    • java.lang.ref
    • java.lang.reflect
  • java.util Part 1: The Collections Framework
    • Collections Overview
    • JDK 5 Changed the Collections Framework
    • Generics Fundamentally Changed the Collections Framework
    • Autoboxing Facilitates the Use of Primitive Types
    • The For-Each Style for Loop
    • The Collection Interfaces
    • The Collection Interface
    • The List Interface
    • The Set Interface
    • The SortedSet Interface
    • The NavigableSet Interface
    • The Queue Interface
    • The Deque Interface
    • The Collection Classes
    • The ArrayList Class
    • The LinkedList Class
    • The HashSet Class
    • The LinkedHashSet Class
    • The TreeSet Class
    • The PriorityQueue Class
    • The ArrayDeque Class
    • The EnumSet Class
    • Accessing a Collection via an Iterator
    • Using an Iterator
    • The For-Each Alternative to Iterators
    • Spliterators
    • Storing User-Defined Classes in Collections
    • The RandomAccess Interface
    • Working with Maps
    • The Map Interfaces
    • The Map Classes
    • Comparators
    • Using a Comparator
    • The Collection Algorithms
    • Arrays
    • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces
    • The Enumeration Interface
    • Vector
    • Stack
    • Dictionary
    • Hashtable
    • Properties
    • Using store( ) and load( )
    • Parting Thoughts on Collections
  • java.util Part 2: More Utility Classes
    • StringTokenizer
    • BitSet
    • Optional, OptionalDouble, OptionalInt, and OptionalLong
    • Date
    • Calendar
    • GregorianCalendar
    • TimeZone
    • SimpleTimeZone
    • Locale
    • Random
    • Observable
    • The Observer Interface
    • An Observer Example
    • Timer and TimerTask
    • Currency
    • Formatter
    • The Formatter Constructors
    • The Formatter Methods
    • Formatting Basics
    • Formatting Strings and Characters
    • Formatting Numbers
    • Formatting Time and Date
    • The %n and %% Specifiers
    • Specifying a Minimum Field Width
    • Specifying Precision
    • Using the Format Flags
    • Justifying Output
    • The Space, +, 0, and ( Flags
    • The Comma Flag
    • The # Flag
    • The Uppercase Option
    • Using an Argument Index
    • Closing a Formatter
    • The Java printf( ) Connection
    • Scanner
    • The Scanner Constructors
    • Scanning Basics
    • Some Scanner Examples
    • Setting Delimiters
    • Other Scanner Features
    • The ResourceBundle, ListResourceBundle,
    • and PropertyResourceBundle Classes
    • Miscellaneous Utility Classes and Interfaces
    • The java.util Subpackages
    • java.util.concurrent, java.util.concurrent.atomic,
    • and java.util.concurrent.locks
    • java.util.function
    • java.util.jar
    • java.util.logging
    • java.util.prefs
    • java.util.regex
    • java.util.spi
    • java.util.stream
    • java.util.zip
  • Input/Output: Exploring java.io
    • The I/O Classes and Interfaces
    • File
    • Directories
    • Using FilenameFilter
    • The listFiles( ) Alternative
    • Creating Directories
    • The AutoCloseable, Closeable, and Flushable Interfaces
    • I/O Exceptions
    • Two Ways to Close a Stream
    • The Stream Classes
    • The Byte Streams
    • InputStream
    • OutputStream
    • FileInputStream
    • FileOutputStream
    • ByteArrayInputStream
    • ByteArrayOutputStream
    • Filtered Byte Streams
    • Buffered Byte Streams
    • SequenceInputStream
    • PrintStream
    • DataOutputStream and DataInputStream
    • RandomAccessFile
    • The Character Streams
    • Reader
    • Writer
    • FileReader
    • FileWriter
    • CharArrayReader
    • CharArrayWriter
    • BufferedReader
    • BufferedWriter
    • PushbackReader
    • PrintWriter
    • The Console Class
    • Serialization
    • Serializable
    • Externalizable
    • ObjectOutput
    • ObjectOutputStream
    • ObjectInput
    • ObjectInputStream
    • A Serialization Example
    • Stream Benefits
  • Networking
    • Networking Basics
    • The Networking Classes and Interfaces
    • InetAddress
    • Factory Methods
    • Instance Methods
    • Inet4Address and Inet6Address
    • TCP/IP Client Sockets
    • URL
    • URLConnection
    • HttpURLConnection
    • The URI Class
    • Cookies
    • TCP/IP Server Sockets
    • Datagrams
    • DatagramSocket
    • DatagramPacket
    • A Datagram Example
  • The Applet Class
    • Two Types of Applets
    • Applet Basics
    • The Applet Class
    • Applet Architecture
    • An Applet Skeleton
    • Applet Initialization and Termination
    • Overriding update( )
    • Simple Applet Display Methods
    • Requesting Repainting
    • A Simple Banner Applet
    • Using the Status Window
    • The HTML APPLET Tag
    • Passing Parameters to Applets
    • Improving the Banner Applet
    • getDocumentBase( ) and getCodeBase( )
    • AppletContext and showDocument( )
    • The AudioClip Interface
    • The AppletStub Interface
    • Outputting to the Console
  • Event Handling
    • Two Event Handling Mechanisms
    • The Delegation Event Model
    • Events
    • Event Sources
    • Event Listeners
    • Event Classes
    • The ActionEvent Class
    • The AdjustmentEvent Class
    • The ComponentEvent Class
    • The ContainerEvent Class
    • The FocusEvent Class
    • The InputEvent Class
    • The ItemEvent Class
    • The KeyEvent Class
    • The MouseEvent Class
    • The MouseWheelEvent Class
    • The TextEvent Class
    • The WindowEvent Class
    • Sources of Events
    • Event Listener Interfaces
    • The ActionListener Interface
    • The AdjustmentListener Interface
    • The ComponentListener Interface
    • The ContainerListener Interface
    • The FocusListener Interface
    • The ItemListener Interface
    • The KeyListener Interface
    • The MouseListener Interface
    • The MouseMotionListener Interface
    • The MouseWheelListener Interface
    • The TextListener Interface
    • The WindowFocusListener Interface
    • The WindowListener Interface
    • Using the Delegation Event Model
    • Handling Mouse Events
    • Handling Keyboard Events
    • Adapter Classes
    • Inner Classes
    • Anonymous Inner Classes
  • Introducing the AWT: Working with Windows, Graphics, and Text
    • AWT Classes
    • Window Fundamentals
    • Component
    • Container
    • Panel
    • Window
    • Frame
    • Canvas
    • Working with Frame Windows
    • Setting the Window’s Dimensions
    • Hiding and Showing a Window
    • Setting a Window’s Title
    • Closing a Frame Window
    • Creating a Frame Window in an AWT-Based Applet
    • Handling Events in a Frame Window
    • Creating a Windowed Program
    • Displaying Information Within a Window
    • Introducing Graphics
    • Drawing Lines
    • Drawing Rectangles
    • Drawing Ellipses and Circles
    • Drawing Arcs
    • Drawing Polygons
    • Demonstrating the Drawing Methods
    • Sizing Graphics
    • Working with Color
    • Color Methods
    • Setting the Current Graphics Color
    • A Color Demonstration Applet
    • Setting the Paint Mode
    • Working with Fonts
    • Determining the Available Fonts
    • Creating and Selecting a Font
    • Obtaining Font Information
    • Managing Text Output Using FontMetrics
    • Displaying Multiple Lines of Text
    • Centering Text
    • Multiline Text Alignment
  • Using AWT Controls, Layout Managers, and Menus
    • AWT Control Fundamentals
    • Adding and Removing Controls
    • Responding to Controls
    • The HeadlessException
    • Labels
    • Using Buttons
    • Handling Buttons
    • Applying Check Boxes
    • Handling Check Boxes
    • CheckboxGroup
    • Choice Controls
    • Handling Choice Lists
    • Using Lists
    • Handling Lists
    • Managing Scroll Bars
    • Handling Scroll Bars
    • Using a TextField
    • Handling a TextField
    • Using a TextArea
    • Understanding Layout Managers
    • FlowLayout
    • BorderLayout
    • Using Insets
    • GridLayout
    • CardLayout
    • GridBagLayout
    • Menu Bars and Menus
    • Dialog Boxes
    • FileDialog
    • A Word About Overriding paint( )
  • The Stream API
    • Stream Basics
    • Stream Interfaces
    • How to Obtain a Stream
    • A Simple Stream Example
    • Reduction Operations
    • Using Parallel Streams
    • Mapping
    • Collecting
    • Iterators and Streams
    • Use an Iterator with a Stream
    • Use Spliterator
    • More to Explore in the Stream API
  • Regular Expressions and Other Packages
    • The Core Java API Packages
    • Regular Expression Processing
    • Pattern
    • Matcher
    • Regular Expression Syntax
    • Demonstrating Pattern Matching
    • Two Pattern-Matching Options
    • Exploring Regular Expressions
    • Reflection
    • Remote Method Invocation (RMI)
    • A Simple Client/Server Application Using RMI
    • Formatting Date and Time with java.text
    • DateFormat Class
    • SimpleDateFormat Class
    • The Time and Date API Added by JDK 8
    • Time and Date Fundamentals
    • Formatting Date and Time
    • Parsing Date and Time Strings
    • Other Things to Explore in java.time
  • Introducing Swing
    • The Origins of Swing
    • Swing Is Built on the AWT
    • Two Key Swing Features
    • Swing Components Are Lightweight
    • Swing Supports a Pluggable Look and Feel

Java Training Course Objective

  • Complete code explanation and implementation in Java training.
  • Java Course Starts from installation of technology to deployment of product.
  • Java Trainers from Industry with good hand on experience.
  • You can develop your own programs after understanding the basics with our experienced Faculties.
  • Java Training will be 1 hour theory and 1 hour practical.
  • Weekdays training, fast track training and weekend training Batches.
  • Online and Offline material support for better learning in this training.
  • Software and Installation support will be provided.
  • Regular Machine Test for better understandings in Java training.