The Syllabus

 

1. Introduction.
          a. J2EE Overview.
          b. Why J2EE?
         c. J2EE Architecture.
         d. J2EE APIs and containers.
2. JDBC.
         a. Design of JDBC: Driver Types, Typical uses of JDBC (with MySQL and postgreSQL).
         b. JDBC Configuration
         c. Executing SQL Statements:  Managing Connections, Statements, ResultSet, SQL          Exceptions, Populating Database.
         d. Use of Excel API (jXLS).
         e. Java Persistence API (JPA)
3. Servlets and JSPs.
         a. Introduction to HTML/CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, XML, JSON.
         b. Introduction to MVC Architecture.
         c. Servlets:
                   i. Introduction to Servlets.
                  ii. Life cycle of Servlets.
                  iii. Compiling and running a Servlet.
                  iv. The Servlet API ( javax.servlet package).
                  v. Reading the Servlet Parameters.
                  vi. Reading Initialization parameters.
                  vii. Session Management.
                  viii. Listeners.
4. Java Server Pages:
                  i. Advantage of JSP technology, JSP Architecture, JSP Access Model.
                  ii. JSP Syntax Basic (Directions, Declarations, Expression, Scriplets, Comments).
                  iii. JSP Implicit Object, Object Scope, Synchronization Issue, Exception Handling.
                  iv. EL Scripts.
                  v. JSTL and Custom tags.
                  vi. Web app deployment and security (with Tomcat, JBOSS, Glassfish).
5. Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB).
        a. Introduction to JavaBeans.
        b. Stateful vs. Stateless Session Beans.
        c. Working with Entity Beans.
        d. Message Driven Beans.
        e. JNDI API.
6. RMI.
        a. RMI Architecture.
        b. Designing RMI applications.
7. Network Programming.
        a. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Ports, IP Addresses, Network Classes in JDK.
        b. Working with URLs: Connecting to URLS, Reading Directly from URLs, InetAddress Class.
        c. Sockets.
        d. Sending Email (JAVA Email API) with Apache Velocity Templates.
8. Spring and Hibernate.
        a. Overview of Spring Framework.
        b. Spring MVC Framework.
        c. Spring MVC Components.
        d. Introduction to Hibernate 3.0.
        . Hibernate 3.0 Architecture.
        f. Creating Hibernate Applications.
9. Introduction to Struts framework.
        a. What is Struts?
        b. Struts Architecture.
        c. Apache Tiles framework.
10. Development and Lifecycle tools.
        a. Build Automation tools: Maven and Ant.
        b. Version Controlling: Subversion.
        c. Packaging:  Exe4J, Install4J, InstallShield, JAR packaging.
        d. Testing Tools: JUnit.
        e. Logging with Log4J.
11. Design Patterns
        a. Why design patterns are important?
        b. Patterns explained:
                 i. Singleton.
                 ii. DAO.
                 iii. DTO.
                 iv. Proxy.
                 v. Factory.
Duration: 08 Saturdays (8.30 am – 5.30 pm)

Target Group: This course is for those who need to specialize in JavaEE.

Prerequisites: Should have a knowledge about JavaSE.

Note:  Places are limited and will be filled strictly on first-come-first-served basis

Commencing Date: 15th July 2017