Java Development

Manacle Technologies offers core and advance java learning on live projects. We teach right from the basics of OOPs to advanced concepts of Java, JEE , OOAD and focus on basic fundamentals with in depth knowledge. Our developer's hard work and dedication to our java training students needs underpin the status that our software developers have now attained. We continue to share our knowledge and expertise with our trainee to help them strengthen their web presence.Manacle Technologies is a ISO certified IT Consulting, Corporate Training and Software Development training Company. Our Java Development team is well trained in building scalable, cost effective and highly secure web applications using J2EE framework and Core Java. Manacle Technologies java developer team is always updated with all new technologies and standards.

Here is the brief of the Java Development Training.

Core Java

  • Java Fundamentals
  • Programming Logic and Techniques
  • Java™ Programming Language

Advance Java

  • J2EE & JDBC and Web Component Development With Servlet and JSP Technologies
  • Object Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML
  • Business Component Development With Enterprise JavaBeans™ Technology
  • Oracle 10g: Introduction to SQL Ed 3 Project
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      1. Java Fundamentals

    • A.  Describe the concept and features of object-oriented programming.
    • B.  Declare and work with variables, literals, and arrays .
    • C.  Create classes and objects and add methods to a class.
    • D.  Identify the various types of access specifies.

      2. Programming Logic and Techniques

    • A.  Represent logic by using flowcharts.
    • B.  Identify data and data types.
    • C.  Use operators.
    • D.  Represent decisions in a flowchart.
    • E.  Identify repetitive processes.
    • F.   Represent complex conditions and iterations by using flowcharts.
    • G.  Break down a problem into modules.

      3. Java Programming Language and JDBC

    • A. Create Java technology applications that leverage the object-oriented features of the Java language, such as       encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
    • B.  Execute a Java technology application from the command line.
    • C.  Execute a Java technology application from the command line.
    • D.  Use Java technology flow control constructs.
    • E.  Use arrays and other data collections.
    • F.   Implement error-handling techniques using exception handling.
    • G.  Create an event-driven graphical user interface (GUI) by using Java technology GUI components: panels, buttons,       labels, text fields, and text areas.
    • H.  Implement input/output (I/O) functionality to read from and write to data and text files.
    •  I.  Create multithreaded programs.
    • J. Create a simple Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) client that communicates through       sockets.

      4. J2EE & JDBC

    • A.  Define the layers in JDBC architecture.
    • B.  Identify different types of JDBC drivers.
    • C.  Manage transactions and perform batch updates in JDBC.
    • D.  Create JDBC applications to access and query a database.

      5. Object Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML

    • A.  Identify the types of UML diagrams.
    • B.  Analyze a problem by using business and system modeling.
    • C.  Set system boundaries, define project scope, and refine the system definition.
    • D.  Apply the concepts of static modeling.
    • E.  Apply the concepts of static modeling.
    • F.   Apply the concepts of dynamic modeling.
    • G.  Apply frameworks and patterns to design a software system.

      6. Web Component Development with Servlet and JSP Technologies

    • A.  Identify the types of UML diagrams.
    • B.  Create robust web applications using Struts, session management, filters, and database integration. Write JSP       pages.
    • C.  Create easy to maintain JSP pages using the Expression Language, JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), and the       Struts Tiles framework.
    • D.  Create robust web applications that integrate Struts and JSP pages.

      7. Business Component Development with Enterprise JavaBeans Technology

    • A.  Implement Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 session beans.
    • B.  Implement Java Persistence API entity classes.
    • C.  Implement entity composition, association, and inheritance.
    • D.  Use the Java Persistence API query language.
    • E.  Develop Java EE technology applications using messaging.
    • F.   Create message-driven beans.
    • G.  Implement transactions.
    • H.  Implement exception handling for EJB technology.
    •  I.  Add timer functionality to EJB components.
    • J.  Implement security for Java EE technology.

      8. Oracle 10g: Introduction to SQL Ed 3

    • A.  Identify the major structural components of Oracle Database 10g.
    • B.  Retrieve row and column data from tables with the SELECT statement.
    • C.  Create reports of sorted, restricted and aggregated data.
    • D.  Run DML statements to update data in Oracle Database 10g.
    • E.  Obtain metadata by querying the dictionary views.

      9. Project

    • A.  Design user-friendly interfaces for an enterprise application.
    • B.  Establish database connectivity.
    • C.  Implement appropriate business logic using EJB in an enterprise application.

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