J2EE Java Training Certification Course

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More than 16.000 Java positions remain open every day and it is trendy language even after 20 years. Being a master in this widely adopted programming language is not so difficult. AcadGild’s course in Advanced J2EE introduces the learners to OOP methods, Data structure, Servlet, JSP, Hibernate, Spring and everything else you need to learn Java.

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Course Overview
An Intro to Web Development Fundamentals (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript)
Get a depth on the understanding of the Client and Server Architecture with HTTP, HTTPS, and Request Response Cycles along with creating HTML FORMS with styling it using CSS Selectors, Basic CSS Syntax, and validating FORMS created using JavaScript.
Backend with the RDBMS Database & MySQL Language
Get a technical insight with learning what the Database Management System (DBMS) is and other related concepts like Entity, Attributes, Relationship, and much more, along with the usage of MySQL workbench installation, CRUD operations in MYSQL using basic MySQL syntax and semantics.
Introduction to JDBC, Servlets, and JSP
Gain an in-depth knowledge on connecting Java applications to the database by learning about the JDBC drivers and JDBC statements along with developing a dynamic web application, understanding the major basics of Servlets, and separate the presentation layer and business logic with understanding the JSPs.
Introduction to Application Framework (Springs) & ORM Framework (Hibernate)
Gain knowledge of a framework by developing robust Java applications easily and rapidly with the understanding of the Springs architecture and its basics. Learn mapping from Java classes to the database tables in understanding the Object Relational Model (ORM) and its major basics.
Learn Web Services with JSON
Gain an exciting knowledge with learning two major protocols REST and SOAP along with developing a Java web services application with parsing JSON (Java Script Object Notation) response using the JAX-RS Jersey.
Highly experienced Mentors
Free job preparation week.
Lifetime access to dashboard
24X7 Coding
Develop 2 real time project in advance J2EE
Course Syllabus
  • History
  • What is java technology & its features
  • JDK ; JRE ; JVM
  • Hello world program
  • Data types & variables
  • Type casting
  • Operators
  • Introduction to control structures
  • Selection/decision making statements
  • Loop/ iteration statements
  • Branching/ transfer statements
  • Introduction to OOPs
  • OOPs - class & object
  • Method
  • Constructor
  • Difference between method & constructor
  • Static way of accessing class properties
  • Non-static way of accessing class properties
  • Introduction to arrays
  • One dimensional array
  • Two dimensional a
  • OOPs - encapsulation & abstraction
  • Encapsulation example
  • Packages
  • Access modifiers
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • String
  • StringBuffer
  • StringBuilder
  • Abstract
  • Multiple inheritance in java
  • Interface
  • Introduction to exception handling
  • Keywords throw & throws
  • Custom exception
  • Introduction to thread
  • Thread creation
  • Thread method creation
  • Collections
  • Collection framework
  • Iterator interface
  • listiterator interface
  • Introduction to data structure
  • Stack
  • queue
  • Introduction to searching
  • Linear search
  • Binary search
  • Introduction to sorting
  • Insertion sort
  • How insertion sort works?
  • Selection sort
  • How selection sort works?
  • Bubble sort
  • Bubble sort workflow
  • Introduction to web
  • Understanding url
  • Why we need servlet and JSPs?
  • Web project structure
  • Web container
  • Web application directory structure
  • Deployment descriptor
  • Java servlets
  • Servlet life cycle
  • Cookies
  • Sessions
  • HTTP headers
  • Request dispatching
  • Servlet filter
  • Events & listeners
  • What is database ?
  • What is SQL ?
  • Overview of DBMS
  • DBMS - 3 tier architecture
  • DBMS data models
  • Entity relationship model
  • Entity
  • attributes
  • Relationship
  • Generalization & specialization
  • Database keys
  • Normal form
  • Introduction to SQL
  • Introduction to SQL
  • DDL
  • DML
  • Clauses &keywords
  • Structure of java server page
  • Implicit objects in JSP
  • Javabeans with JSP
  • Database in JSP
  • Working with expression language
  • Structure of java server page
  • Custom tags in JSP
  • Custom tags with body
  • Custom tags with attribute
  • What is Spring?
  • Spring - J2EE application server ?
  • Features
  • Architecture of Spring
  • Core Spring
  • BeanFactory Vs ApplicationContext
  • Spring core API
  • Resource
  • Resource sample code
  • Bean factory
  • BeanFactory & resource example
  • Sample application
  • Bean definition c
  • Spring ApplicationContext container
  • Spring resource loader
  • Internationalization using Spring
  • Application events
  • Spring built-in events & description
  • Validator interface
  • Property editors
  • Spring AOP
  • AOP implementations
  • Hierarchy of advice interfaces
  • Interfaces in AOP
  • ProxyFactoryBean Application Context xml file
  • Spring AOP AspectJ implementation
  • Annotations used to create Advices
  • Spring JDBCTemplate
  • Spring AOP
  • Layered architecture
  • What is hibernate?
  • Hibernate sessions
  • The HibernateTemplate
  • Sample class and mapping file
  • Creating and saving a new entity
  • Locating an existing entity
  • Updating an existing entity
  • Hibernate query language
  • Executing queries
  • MVC overview
  • Motivation for MVC
  • MVC in Spring
  • Benefits of using Spring framework
  • Core components of Spring MVC
  • Workflow in Spring MVC
  • Sequence diagram of Spring MVC
  • Lifecycle of a request in Spring MVC
  • Configuring Spring-MVC application
  • Context hierarchy
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • How the Web Works
  • Name Server
  • Client Server
  • Understanding the URL
  • HTTP
  • HTTPs
  • Full Web Request Cycle
  • Request Response Cycle
  • Introduction to HTML
  • Basic HTML Syntax
  • Basic HTML Tags
  • Hello World Using HTML
  • Comments
  • Understanding CSS
  • Basic CSS Syntax
  • CSS Selectors
  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Why JavaScript?
  • Are Java And JavaScript The Same?
  • Analyzing JavaScript
  • Understanding the JavaScript Code Structure
  • Where To Put JavaScript?
  • First JavaScript Program
  • JavaScript Variables
  • DataTypes In JavaScript
  • Objects
  • Object Creation
  • Object Manipulation
  • Arrays
  • JavaScript Pop-Up Boxes
  • Conditional Statements In JavaScript
  • What Is A Database?
  • What Is SQL?
  • Overview of DDMS
  • DDMS - 3 Tier Architecture
  • DBMS Data Models
  • Entity Relationship Model
  • Entity
  • Attributes
  • Relationship
  • Generalization and Specialization
  • Database keys
  • Database Normalization
  • History Of MySQL
  • MySQL Products Overview
  • MySQL Characteristics
  • MySQL Workbench
  • DML
  • DCL
  • And DQL Queries
  • Distributed Multi-tiered Applications
  • Client-Server Architecture
  • Client-Server The Drawbacks
  • 3-Tier Architecture
  • Traditional n Tier Architecture
  • Component n Tier Architecture
  • Layered Architecture
  • J2EE Architecture
  • J2EE Goals
  • J2EE Containers
  • J2EE Components
  • Packaging Applications And Components
  • Various File Types
  • Deployment Descriptor
  • Creating Deployment Descriptor
  • EJB Components
  • Web Client-Server Architecture
  • Web Server vs Application Server
  • Apache Tomcat
  • Configuring Apache Tomcat In Eclipse
  • Intro Of Servlet
  • Servlet Architecture
  • Advantages Of Servlet
  • Generic Servlet
  • Some Important Classes And Interfaces Of javax.servlet.http
  • Hello World Servlet Program
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • Important Servlet Methods
  • Servlet Config
  • Servlet Context
  • Request Dispatcher Object
  • Request Dispacther Methods
  • Session Management
  • Cookies
  • Servlet Filter Introduction
  • Servlet Filter Mapping
  • What Is JDBC?
  • Prepared Statement
  • Seven Steps To Connect
  • Types Of JDBC Driver
  • Connecting To Database
  • Querying With Database
  • prepared Statement
  • ResultSet Methods
  • Dealing With Exceptions
  • Transaction And JDBC
  • Hands On Example
  • Introduction To JSP
  • Why Use JSP
  • Advantages Of JSP
  • JSP Architecture
  • JSP Life Cycle
  • The Scriptlet
  • JSP Declarations
  • JSP Expressions
  • Project Descritpion Using Servlet And JDBC
  • JSP Directives And Actions
  • JSP Implicit Objects
  • Get Method
  • Get Using URL
  • Get Using Form
  • Post Method
  • Cookies-Reading & Deleting
  • Session Tracking
  • Database Access
  • Project Using Servlet And JSP
  • Spring Framework Intro-Introduction to Framework
  • Why Use Framework
  • Intro To Spring Framework
  • Spring Framework4 Features
  • Spring Frameowrk Setup-Setting Up System
  • Introducing Maven
  • Spring Hello World Program
  • Spring Modules-The Context Module
  • The Expression Language Module
  • The Data Access Integration Layer
  • The JDBC Module
  • The ORM Module
  • The OXM Module
  • Spring Modules-The JMS Module
  • The Transaction Module
  • The Web Module
  • The Web Servlet Module
  • The Web Portlet Module
  • IOC Introduction-IOC
  • Objectives
  • Beans
  • Container Overview
  • Class Path XML Application Context
  • Usage Of Beans-The Bean Reference
  • Naming Beans
  • The getBean Method
  • Instantiation With Constructor
  • Instantiation With Static Factory Method
  • Dependency Injection-Constructor Based Dependency Injection
  • Setter Based Dependency Injection
  • Circular Dependencies
  • The P:Namespace
  • The C:Namespace
  • Working With Beans-Bean Scope
  • Singleton
  • Prototype
  • Request
  • Session
  • Initalizing Bean And Disposable Bean
  • XML Based Init & Destory Method
  • The Default Init & Destory Method
  • The @PostConstruct & @PreDestroy
  • Combining LifeCycle Mechanism
  • Annotaions Based Configuration-Objectives
  • --@Required Annotation
  • --@Autowired Annotation
  • --@Qualifier Annotation
  • --@Inject Annotation
  • Spring AOP
  • Spring DataAccess
  • Spring Transactions
  • Spring Exceptions
  • Hibernate Introduction
  • ORM
  • Configuring Hibernate
  • Hibernate.cfg.xml File
  • Hello World Program Using Hibernate
  • Mapping Primary Keys
  • HQL Overview
  • Persistence Layer
  • Integrating Spring With Hibernate
  • Overview Of Web Services-Why Web Services?
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • HTTP And XML
  • Simple Object Access Protocol(SOAP)
  • Web Service Description Language(WSDL)
  • Unievrsal Description
  • Discovery And Integration(UDDI)
  • Web Services For Java EE-Hosting Web Servces Scenario
  • Invoking Web Services Scenario
  • WebServices For Java EE
  • The Automated Aproach: JAX- WS and JAXB
  • Manual options: SAAJ and JAXB
  • Portable Web Services : Metadata
  • Service Registries: JAXR
  • Introduction To JSON
  • JSON Processing In The JAVA EE Platform
  • Using The Object Model API
  • Using The Streaming API
  • JSON In Java EE Restful Web Services
  • The JSON Model Example Application
  • The JSON Pstreaming Example Application
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
Projects Which Students Will Develop
Shopping Website
This project aims at creating a real time simple shopping website which has a clear logo, design and is easy to navigate. The site should have a user interface and an admin interface.
Employee Seat Management System
Web Service for a company named as KTS, for their Employees Seat Management, Creating Admin and User Panels. Using JSP pages and with Rest API.
Intranet Mailing System
This project aims at creating a mailing system for
Time Table Generator
This project aims at creating Time Table application for different types of users like Admin, Principle, Teachers and other staff in a school or college.
Student Enrollment
Creating a web application for Student Enrollment, using JSP, Servlets with Spring and Maven Dependencies. Using Spring MVC, creating model, views and Controllers.
Vehicle Management System
This project aims at creating Vehicle Management System application with all relevant details.
Currency Converter
This project aims at creating currency converter which supports all types of currencies.
Shopper Store
This application is a Shopper-store, an online mega-store
Employee Work Management System
This project aims at creating Employee Work Management System. Different users like Admin and other users need to be created. Users can further be divided based on their hierarchy.
Customers Feedback
You will learn to program in JAVA Gain an insight of Object Oriented Programming Develop your own Java applications for web or app.
Anyone interested to learn coding in Java can do the course.
Interactive web applications are developed. Students are free to come up with their own ideas.
  • Microsoft® Windows® 7/8/10 (32- or 64-bit)
  • Mac® OS X® 10.10 (Yosemite) or higher
The classes are held on weekends as well as on weekdays. You can enroll for a batch that is convenient to suit your personal schedule.
All you need is a Mac or Windows machine and an Internet connection of minimum speed of 500Kbps.
Besides the classes, spending around 3 hours each day will be enough.
The mentors are experienced professionals with at least 5+ years of experience.
If you decide to leave within first week of class starts , we refund fully. If you decide to leave before the class starts, 50% of the total paid fee would be deducted and the remaining amount will be refunded to the user. The refund policy would be applied if the total amount paid is more than 50% of the course fees. If a user is opting for a complementary course, then the refund policy would be applied only on the 1st course.