6 Months Industrial Training In Java

 

6 Months Industrial Training In Java Technology

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Why To Learn Java?

When it comes to comparison of various languages, Java proves to be most effective language due to its versatility, efficiency, platform portability, and security. Due to this more than 6.5 million software developers has learned this platform.

Java can be used to develop Web Applications, Desktop Applications, Mobile Applications. Java is used develop programs for various embedded systems and even Gaming consoles. Also android developers has selected Java as standard for developing Android Applications.

Java is used in every major industry segment and has a presence in a wide range of devices, computers, and networks. Java platform is available in laptops to datacenters, game consoles to scientific supercomputers, cell phones to the Internet.

Our Advanced Java training in chandigarh offers various advantages & we also provide development of mobile applications in java.

Problab Technologies Chandigarh is providing Core java and Advance Java Training in Chandigarh with 100% practical training . Problab is providing detailed expertise with basics , advanced topics and Frameworks like hibernate , Struts , Spring . Candidates from different colleges from btech ,diploma, mca,bca etc undergo Six weeks and six months training in java development from Problab Technologies in chandigarh . Problab technologies Pvt Ltd is also Developing Innovative products in Java using Advance frameworks like Hibernate , Struts , Spring . Problab Has already trained over 3000 professionals in Java development Since 2012 .

Java Technology Curriculum:

Core Java

  • 1. Getting Started
    1.1. About Java
    1.2. History
    1.3. Versions
    1.4. PATH environment variables
  • 2. OOP Concepts
    2.1. Object
    2.2. Class
    2.3. Inheritance
    2.4. Interface
    2.5. Package
  • 3. Basics
    3.1. variables
    3.2. arrays
    3.3. operators
    3.4. Expressions
    3.5. Statements
    3.6. Blocks
    3.7. Control Flow
  • 4. Classes
    4.1. Declare classes
    4.2. member variables
    4.3. methods
    4.4. constructors
    4.5. return statements
    4.6. controlling access
    4.7. Inner classes
    4.8. local classes
    4.9. anonymous classes
    4.10. lambdas
  • 5. Objects
    5.1. creating
    5.2. using
  • 6. Interfaces
    6.1. defining
    6.2. implementing
    6.3. using
    6.4. evolving
    6.5. default methods
  • 7. Inheritance
    7.1. multiple inheritance
    7.2. polymorphism
    7.3. hiding fields
    7.4. final classes, methods
    7.5. abstract classes, methods
  • 8. Annotations
    8.1. declaring
    8.2. predefined
    8.3. type annotations
  • 9. Numbers and Strings
    9.1. number classes
    9.2. formatting numbers
    9.3. converting between numbers and strings
    9.4. autoboxing and unboxing
  • 10. Generics
    10.1. uses
    10.2. types
    10.3. methods
    10.4. type parameters
    10.5. type inference
    10.6. wildcards
    10.7. type erasure
    10.8. restrictions
  • 11. Packages
    11.1. creating and using
    11.2. naming packages
    11.3. managing sources
  • 12. Exceptions
    12.1. what is exception
    12.2. catch or specify
    12.3. handing
    12.4. how to throw
    12.5. unchecked exceptions
    12.6. advantages
  • 13. Basic I/O
    13.1. streams
    13.2. scanning and formatting
    13.3. NIO
  • 14. Concurrency
    14.1. Processes and Threads
    14.2. synchronization
    14.3. Liveness
    14.4. Guarded Blocks
    14.5. Immutable objects
    14.6. high level concurrency
  • 15. Regex
    15.1. Test Harness
    15.2. Characters, Strings
    15.3. quantifiers
    15.4. capturing groups
    15.5. boundary matchers
    15.6. Pattern, Matcher, PatternSyntaxException classes
  • 16. Packaging Programs
    16.1. using JAR
    16.2. working with manifest
    16.3. signing and verifying
  • 17. Collections Framework
    17.1. introduction
    17.2. Collection, Set, Map, List, SortedSet, SortedMap
    17.3. Object ordering
    17.4. Aggregate Operations
    17.5. Algorithms
  • 18. Date Time
    18.1. Design Principles
    18.2. Naming Conventions
    18.3. Parsing and Formatting
    18.4. Non-ISO Date Conversion
  • 19. Internationalization
    19.1. Before and After
    19.2. Setting Locale
    19.3. Locale Specific Data
    19.4. Formatting
    19.5. Working with text
  • 20. JDBC
    20.1. Architecture
    20.2. Connecting and handling
    20.3. setting up tables
    20.4. Prepared statements
    20.5. using different types of objects

Web Designs

  • 1. HTML5
    1.1. how to work
    1.2. starting HTML
    1.3. use the HTML5 semantic elements
    1.4. cross-browser compatibility
    1.5. code links
    1.6. images
    1.7. tables
  • 2. CSS3
    2.1. provide CSS style
    2.2. basic CSS
    2.3. rules and comments
    2.4. format a table
  • 3. Javascript, jQuery
    3.1. functions
    3.2. validations
    3.3. ajax
    3.4. other important functionality

Servlets and JSP (Head First)

  • 1. Why use Servlets & JSPs
    1.1. web servers and clients
    1.2. HTTP protocol
    1.3. GET and POST
    1.4. Write, deploy, run
  • 2. Web app architecture
    2.1. what is container
    2.2. name servlets and mapping
    2.3. Model-View-Controller (MVC)
    2.4. Deployment Descriptor
  • 3. Mini MVC Tutorial
    3.1. MVC Application
    3.2. Create environments
    3.3. Create and test HTML
    3.4. create DD
    3.5. model components
    3.6. Create JSP
  • 4. Servlets
    4.1. Servlet life
    4.2. initialization and threads
    4.3. handle GET and POST
    4.4. sending and using parameters
    4.5. request, response, headers
    4.6. redirect vs. dispatcher
  • 5. Web App Working
    5.1. init parameters
    5.2. ServletConfig and ServletContext
    5.3. ServletContextListener
    5.4. Singlethreadmodel
  • 6. Conversational State
    6.1. Sessions, cookies
    6.2. url rewriting
    6.3. HttpSession
    6.4. Listeners
  • 7. JSP
    7.1. expressions, variables and declarations
    7.2. Lifecycle
    7.3. Scriptlets
    7.4. converting properties
    7.5. EL (Expression Language)
    7.6. JSTL
    7.7. Custom Tags
  • 8. Deploying web app
    8.1. key deployment task
    8.2. WAR files
    8.3. Configure DD
  • 9. Security: Authentication, Authorization
  • 10. filters.
  • 11. design patterns

Struts 2 (Struts 2 in Action)

  • 1. Introduction to modern web applications
  • 1.1. a quick study
    1.2. frameworks for web applications
  • 2. Saying hello to struts 2
    2.1. configurations
    2.2. declaring architecture
    2.3. Intelligent defaults
    2.4. deploy the sample app
    2.5. using annotations
  • 3. struts 2 actions
    3.1. introduction
    3.2. portfolio application
    3.3. using struts-default package
    3.4. implementing actions
    3.5. transferring data
    3.6. file uploading
  • 4. Adding workflow
    4.1. intercept requests
    4.2. developing interceptors
    4.3. built-in Struts 2 interceptors
    4.4. declaring interceptors
    4.5. building your own interceptors
  • 5. Data transfer
    5.1. OGNL
    5.2. built-in type converters
    5.3. implementing type converter
    5.4. configuring framework
  • 6. Building a view
    6.1. overview of struts tags
    6.2. ActionContext and OGNL
    6.3. API syntax
    6.4. data tags
    6.5. control tags and others
    6.6. using JSTL
  • 7. UI Component tags
    7.1. tags, templates, themes
    7.2. UI component tag reference
  • 8. Results in detail
    8.1. after action
    8.2. result types
    8.3. JSP alternatives
  • 9. Integrating with Spring and Hibernate/JPA
  • 10. Exploring the validation framework
  • 11. Understanding internationalization
  • 12. Best practices

Features of Our Training:

  1. World Class Infrastructure which includes A C classrooms and computer labs. The facilities given to the students at Problab Technology are at par with the best institutes. We believe in quality and that is why our courses, training as well as ambiance are matchless.
  2. A Well Stocked Library And Availability Of Study Material: We give you all the resources needed to study and be the best that you can be in your area of expertise.
  3. Regular Assessment: We know the importance assessment holds for learning and that is why, after a week of in depth training, we assess the students at the weekend. This regular assessment helps our teachers to understand the weakness and strength of their students and work on them promptly.
  4. Demo Classes: We at Problab Technology believe in quality education and this is the reason why we give demo classes to all our prospective students. The period of the demo classes is one week, which is long enough to make up your mind.
  5. Convenient Location: Our institute is easily accessible from railway stations as well as buses.

Java Training Certification, Placement and other Activities

  •   Free Spoken English, Personality Development & IELTS Classes on Daily basis
  •   Life-Time Learning and Placement Card
  •   6 Months/6 Weeks Training + Project Certificate
  •    java Experience Certificate
  •   Job Interview Preparation
  •   Multiple Job Interviews + 100% Job Assistance
  •   Part Time / Full Time Job Offer for each student during training (Earn while you learn)
  •   One-to-one Project and Project will be made Live and to make it Live

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