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Java (Trainee)

 

You Will Learn How To
Write, compile and execute Java programs
Build robust applications using Java's object-oriented features
Create robust applications using Java class libraries
Develop platform-independent GUIs
Read and write data using Java streams
Retrieve data from a relational database with JDBC

Course Benefits
Java's unique architecture enables programmers to develop a single application that can run across multiple platforms seamlessly and reliably. In this hands-on course, you gain extensive experience with Java and its object-oriented features. You learn to create robust console and GUI applications and store and retrieve data from relational databases.

Who Should Attend
Anyone developing Java applications. Previous experience with a programming language such as C OR C++ is assumed. Familiarity with Web technologies and object concepts is helpful.

Hands-on Training
A series of hands-on exercises provides experience creating Java applications. Through an ongoing case study, you design and build an intricate desktop application modeled on a well-known Web site. Exercises include:

  • Developing an object-oriented model with UML notation
  • Creating Java objects and calling their methods
  • Structuring data with the Java collections API
  • Creating portable GUIs with Swing components
  • Adding event handling to GUIs
  • Retrieving data from a relational database with JDBC

Course Content
Introduction to Java Programming
Advantages of Java
Platform independence
Stand-alone applications and servlets
Structure of a Java program
Compiling source code into byte code
Overview of class libraries
Object-Oriented Programming with Java
The object paradigm
Object-oriented (OO) programming
Encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism
OO analysis and design: "Is a" and "Has a" relationships
Designing an OO application step by step
Diagramming object structure with Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Java's object-oriented features
Instantiating objects from classes
Aggregation and composition
Extending existing classes
Overloading and overriding methods
Structure of the Java Language
Language syntax
Declaring and initializing variables
Statements and expressions
Declaring and using arrays
Up casting, down casting and auto boxing
Flow control
Invoking methods and passing parameters
Conditionals and loops
Handling exceptions with try and catch
Defining classes
Fields (instance data)
Methods (functions)
Abstract classes and interfaces
Organizing classes with packages and visibility modifiers
Composition vs. inheritance
Building the components of a Java program
Working with existing classes
Leveraging generics with the collections API
Extending base classes
Developing new classes
Compiling and debugging
Developing GUIs
Foundations of user interfaces
Basic GUI widgets
Event-driven programming
Benefits of a portable windowing library
Java Foundation Classes (JFC)
Advantages of lightweight Swing components
Exploring the Swing component library
Creating Swing components: buttons, text fields, drop-down lists
Adding Swing components to containers
Arranging Swing components using layout managers
Dialogs and message boxes
Event handling
Registering event handlers
Inner classes and top-level classes
Storing and Retrieving Data with File I/O
Java streams
Streams, Readers and Writers
Accessing files
Catching and throwing exceptions
Formatting text output
Files and directories
Reading and writing files
Creating, deleting and renaming files
Obtaining directory and file information
Working with Relational Databases
JDBC database access
Leveraging the JDBC API
Choosing database drivers
Connecting to a database
Improving performance with prepared statements and stored procedures
Submitting SQL statements
Retrieving and processing results
Java Development Tools
Java Development Kit (JDK)
Compiler (java c)
Java doc utility
Java Archive (JAR) utility
Java Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)

 

 

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