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Advance Java
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Advance Java
Advance Java is next level concept of JAVA Programming. It is used for developing the web based application and enterprise application. So "Advanced Java" is nothing but specialization in domains such as web, networking, database handling. ... Advance Java include RMI, Socket Programming, SWING, JDBC, Servlet, JSP.
Advance Java

Module 1: Basics of Servlet

  1. Servlet: What and Why? 
  2. Basics of Web 
  3. Servlet API 
  4. Servlet Interface 
  5. GenericServlet 
  6. HttpServlet 
  7. Servlet Life Cycle 
  8. Working with Apache Tomcat Server 
  9. Steps to create a servlet in Tomcat 
  10. How servlet works? 
  11. servlet in Myeclipse 
  12. servlet in Eclipse 
  13. servlet in Netbeans 

Module 2: ServletRequest

  1. ServletRequest methods 
  2. Registration example with DB 

Module 3: Servlet Collaboration

  1. RequestDispatcher 
  2. sendRedirect 

Module 4: ServletConfig

  1. ServletConfig methods 
  2. ServletConfig example 

Module 5: ServletContext

  1. ServletContext methods 
  2. ServletContext example 

Module 6: Attribute

  1. How to set, get and remove example? 

Module 7: Session Tracking

  1. Cookies 
  2. Hidden Form Field 
  3. URL Rewriting 
  4. HttpSession 

Module 8: Event and Listener

Module 9: Filter

  1. Filter 
  2. Authentication Filter 
  3. FilterConfig 
  4. Useful examples 

Module 10: ServletInputStream and ServletOutputStream

Module 11: Annotation Servlet

Module 12: Basics of JSP

  1. Life cycle of JSP 
  2. JSP API 
  3. JSP in Eclipse and other IDE’s

Module 13: Scripting elements

  1. scriptlet tag 
  2. expression tag 
  3. declaration tag 

Module 14: 9 Implicit Objects

  1. out 
  2. request 
  3. response 
  4. config 
  5. application 
  6. session 
  7. pageContext 
  8. page 
  9. exception 

Module 15: Directive Elements

  1. page directive 
  2. include directive 
  3. taglib directive 

Module 16: Exception Handling

Module 17: Action Elements

  1. jsp:forward 
  2. jsp:include 
  3. Bean class 
  4. jsp:useBean 
  5. jsp:setProperty & jsp:getProperty 
  6. Displaying applet in JSP 

Module 18: Expression Language

Module 19: MVC in JSP

Module 20: JSTL

Module 21: Custom tags

  1. Custom Tag : What and Why? 
  2. Custom Tag API? 
  3. Custom Tag Example 
  4. Attributes 
  5. Iteration 
  6. Custom URI 

Module 22: JavaMail API

  1. Sending Email 
  2. Sending email through Gmail server 
  3. Receiving Email 
  4. Sending HTML content

Module 23: Design Pattern

  1. Singleton 
  2. DAO 
  3. DTO 
  4. MVC 
  5. Front Controller 
  6. Factory Method 

Module 24: JUnit

  1. JUnit: What and Why? 
  2. Types of Testing 
  3. Annotations used in JUnit 
  4. Assert class 
  5. Test Cases

Module 25: Maven

  1. Maven: What and Why? 
  2. Ant Vs Maven 
  3. How to install Maven? 
  4. Maven Repository 
  5. Understanding pom.xml 
  6. Maven Example 
  7. Maven Web App Example 
  8. Maven using Eclipse

Module 26: Basics of Struts2

  1. Struts : What and Why? 
  2. Model1 vs Model2 
  3. Struts2 Features 
  4. Steps to create Struts2 application 
  5. Understanding Action class 
  6. Understanding struts.xml file 
  7. Struts2 in Eclipse IDE 
  8. Struts2 in Myeclipse IDE 

Module 27: Core Components

  1. Interceptors 
  2. ValueStack 
  3. ActionContext 
  4. ActionInvocation 
  5. OGNL 
  6. Module 28: Struts 2 Architecture

Module 29: Struts2 Action

  1. Action Interface 
  2. ActionSupport class 

Module 30: Struts2 Configuration

  1. multi configuration 
  2. multi namespace 

Module 31: Interceptors

  1. Custom Interceptor : Life Cycle of Interceptor 
  2. params interceptor 
  3. execAndWait interceptor 
  4. prepare interceptor 
  5. modelDriven interceptor 
  6. exception interceptor 
  7. fileUpload interceptor 
  8. Module 32: Struts 2 Validation
  9. Custom Validation : workflow interceptor 
  10. Input Validation : validation interceptor 
  11. Ajax Validation : jsonValidation interceptor 

Module 33: Aware Interfaces

  1. ServletActionContext 
  2. SessionAware 
  3. Login and Logout Application 
  4. ServletContextAware 

Module 34: Struts2 with I18N

Module 35: Zero Configuration

  1. By convention 
  2. By annotation 

Module 36: Struts2 with Tiles2

Module 37: Hibernate with Struts2

Module 38: Spring with Struts2

Module 39:  IDE

  1. Eclipse IDE 
  2. Netbeans IDE 
  3. Myeclipse IDE

Module 40: Servers

  1. Apache Tomcat 
  2. Glassfish Server 
  3. JBoss Server 
  4. Weblogic Server

Module 41: Introduction to JavaEE

  1. The Need for JavaEE. 
  2. Overview on the JavaEE Architecture 
  3. 1 tier 
  4. 2 tier 
  5. 3 tier 
  6. N tier 
  7. JavaEE Key Standards 

Module 42: Introduction to EJB3

  1. The EJB Model 
  2. Key Services of the Application Server

Module 43: Developing Session Beans

  1. Stateless Session Beans 
  2. Stateful Session Beans 
  3. Packaging 
  4. Writing Clients 

Module 44: Using Dependency Injection

  1. No More JNDI 
  2. Injection of EJBContext
  3. Module 45: JMS
  4. JMS Overview 
  5. JMS Messaging Domains 
  6. Example of JMS using Queue 
  7. Example of JMS using Topic 
  8. Module 46: Message Driven Beans
  9. Module 47: Persistence Introduction to JPA
  10. Object Relational Mapping 
  11. Mapping configurations 
  12. Embedded Objects 
  13. EJBQL 
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