Advance Java is a powerful language for cross-platform, object-oriented application programming. It can be found in many types of applications such as standalone, web, enterprise solutions. It’s one of the most in-demand programming languages, a standard for enterprise software, web-based content, games and mobile apps, as well as the Android operating system. Java is designed to work across multiple software platforms, meaning a program written on Mac OS X, for example, could also run in a Windows environment.

Course Overview

Servlet
Basics of Servlet
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Servlet: What and Why?
Basics of Web
Servlet API
Servlet Interface
GenericServlet
HttpServlet
Servlet Life Cycle
Working with Apache Tomcat Server
Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat
How servlet works?
servlet in Myeclipse
servlet in Eclipse
servlet in Netbeans
ServletRequest
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ServletRequest methods
Registration example with DB
Servlet Collaboration
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RequestDispatcher
sendRedirect

ServletConfig
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ServletConfig methods
ServletConfig example
ServletContext
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ServletContext methods
ServletContext example
Attribute
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How to set, get and remove example?
Session Tracking
Cookies
Hidden Form Field
URL Rewriting
HttpSession
Event and Listener
Filter
Filter
Authentication Filter
FilterConfig
Useful examples
ServletInputStream and ServletOutputStream
Annotation Servlet
Project Development
JSP
Basics of JSP
Life cycle of JSP
JSP API
JSP in Eclipse and other IDE’s
Scripting elements

scriptlet tag
expression tag
declaration tag
9 Implicit Objects

out
request
response
config
application
session
pageContext
page
exception
Directive Elements

page directive
include directive
taglib directive
Exception Handling

Action Elements

jsp:forward
jsp:include
Bean class
jsp:useBean
jsp:setProperty&jsp:getProperty
Displaying applet in JSP
Expression Language
MVC in JSP
JSTL
Custom tags
Custom Tag : What and Why?
Custom Tag API?
Custom Tag Example
Attributes
Iteration
Custom URI
Project Development in JSP
JavaMail API
JavaMail API
Sending Email
Sending email through Gmail server
Receiving Email
Sending HTML content

Design Pattern
Design Pattern

Singleton
DAO
DTO
MVC
Front Controller
Factory Method
etc.
JUnit
JUnit

JUnit: What and Why?
Types of Testing
Annotations used in JUnit
Assert class
Test Cases
Maven
Maven

Maven: What and Why?
Ant Vs Maven
How to install Maven?
Maven Repository
Understanding pom.xml
Maven Example
Maven Web App Example
Maven using Eclipse

Struts 2
Basics of Struts2
Struts : What and Why?
Model1 vs Model2
Struts2 Features
Steps to create Struts2 application
Understanding Action class
Understanding struts.xml file
Struts2 in Eclipse IDE
Struts2 in Myeclipse IDE
Core Components

Interceptors
ValueStack
ActionContext
ActionInvocation
OGNL
Struts 2 Architecture
Struts2 Action

Action Interface
ActionSupport class
Struts2 Configuration
multi configuration
multi namespace
Interceptors
Custom Interceptor : Life Cycle of Interceptor
params interceptor
execAndWait interceptor
prepare interceptor
modelDriven interceptor
exception interceptor
fileUpload interceptor
Struts 2 Validation
Custom Validation : workflow interceptor
Input Validation : validation interceptor
Ajax Validation : jsonValidation interceptor
Aware Interfaces

ServletActionContext
SessionAware
Login and Logout Application
ServletContextAware
Struts2 with I18N
Zero Configuration
By convention
By annotation
Struts2 with Tiles2
Hibernate with Struts2
Spring with Struts2
Project Development in Struts2
Working with IDE
IDE
Eclipse IDE
Netbeans IDE
Myeclipse IDE

Working with Servers
Servers

Apache Tomcat
Glassfish Server
JBoss Server
Weblogic Server
EJB 3
Introduction to JavaEE

The Need for JavaEE.
Overview on the JavaEE Architecture
1 tier
2 tier
3 tier
N tier
JavaEE Key Standards
Introduction to EJB3

The EJB Model
Key Services of the Application Server
Developing Session Beans
Stateless Session Beans
Stateful Session Beans
Packaging
Writing Clients
Persistence Introduction to JPA
Object Relational Mapping
Mapping configurations
Embedded Objects
EJBQL
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

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