Java and Android


Java and Android

JAVA Training programs provide you with lots of different coding and software which are being utilized together with unique databases . JAVA Trainingis actually dynamic software which is often used along with Mysql database to be able to get the information from its specific database component. Here, you will under stand exactly about the best way to code within JAVA program and approaches to combine by using MYSQL database.

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    1. JAVA Training with Project
    2. JAVA Advance Training with Project
    3. Android with Project

Introduction to Linux

    1. Characteristics of Linux Operating System
    2. Simple commands of Linux
    3. Standard I/O and Pipes User, Groups and Permissions

OOPs Concepts

    1. Procedural Paradigm Fall Backs
    2. Procedural Vs.Object Oriented
    3. Object Oriented Programming
    4. Advantage of OOP Approach
    5. Using JavaScript in Dreamweaver
    6. JavaScript Validation

Java Programming

    1. Getting Started
    2. Object - Oriented Programming
    3. Identifiers, Keywords, and Types
    4. Expression and Flow Control
    5. Arrays
    6. Class Design and Advance Class Features
    7. Exceptions and Assertions
    8. Collections and Generics Framework
    9. I/O Fundamentals
    10. Console / I/O and File I/O
    11. Building Java GUIs Using the Swing API
    12. Handling GUI-Generated Events
    13. GUI-Based Applications
    14. Threads
    15. Networking and Socket Programming

JDBC & Java EE Platform

    1. Introduction
    2. Key JDBC classes and the java.sql package
    3. Placing the Java EE Model in Context
    4. Java EE Component Model
    5. Web Component Model

Web Component Dev with Servlet & JSP Technology

    1. Introduction to web Application Technologies
    2. Developing a View Component
    3. Developing a Controller Component
    4. Developing Dynamic Forms
    5. Sharing Application Resources Using the Servlet Context
    6. Designing the Business tier
    7. Developing Web Application Using Struts
    8. Developing Web Application Using Session Management
    9. Using Filters in Web Application
    10. Integrating Web Applications with Databases
    11. Developing JSP Pages
    12. Developing JSP Pages Using Custom Tags
    13. Developing Web Applications Using Struts Action Forms
    14. Building Reusable Web Presentation Components

Struts Framework

    1. Introduction to Struts2 Framework
    2. Features of Struts2
    3. Architecture of Struts2
    4. Struts1 Vs Struts2
    5. Benefits of Struts2
    6. Struts2 Servlet Filter
    7. Interceptors and Actions
    8. Struts2 Tags
    9. The Value Stack and OGNL
    10. Results and Result Types
    11. Struts2 validation model
    12. Struts2 support of i18n


    1. Introduction to ORM
    2. Introduction to Hibernate as ORM
    3. Configuring Hibernate
    4. Working with Hibernate
    5. Hibernate Query Language
    6. The Criteria Query API
    7. Native SQL Queries
    8. Relationships
    9. Annotations

Android Overview

    1. Developing an End-User Application with the Android SDK
    2. Android Emulator
    3. The Android UI
    4. JDK
    5. Eclipse
    6. Android SDK
    7. The Tools Window
    8. Installing Android Development Tools (ADT)

Understanding Android Resources

    1. Understanding Intents
    2. Building User Interfaces and Using Controls
    3. Building a UI Completely in Code
    4. Building a UI Completely in XML
    5. Building a UI in XML With Codes
    6. Understanding Android's Common Controls
    7. The Basic List Control
    8. Understanding Layout Managers
    9. Working with Menus
    10. Working with Dialogs
    11. Working with Toast
    12. Working with Preferences and Saving State

Core Android

    1. Exploring Security and Permissions
    2. Exploring Packages
    3. Broadcast Receivers and Long-Running Services
    4. Exploring the Alarm Manager
    5. Exploring Maps and Location-based Services
    6. Using the Telephony APIs
    7. Understanding the Media Frameworks
    8. Home Screen Widgets

Advanced Android

    1. Touch Screens
    2. Using Sensors
    3. Exploring the Contacts API
    4. Deploying Your Application: Android Market and Beyond