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Java/J2EE Development

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The Java Development course is primarily designed for student(s)/fresher(s) who want to make a career in Java technologies. In this course, you will learn to write procedural programs using variables, arrays, control statements, loops, recursion, data abstraction and objects in an integrated development environment eclipse.
Java/J2EE Training

Course Description

  • About the course
  • Course Curriculum
  • Assessment
  • Hands-On
  • Project
  • F&Q's

About the course

The Java Development course is primarily designed for student(s)/fresher(s) who want to make a career in Java technologies. In this course, you will learn to write procedural programs using variables, arrays, control statements, loops, recursion, data abstraction and objects in an integrated development environment eclipse.

In advanced Java, you will learn how to create web applications using HTML, CSS, JSP, AJAX, Spring, Hibernate, MySQL etc. In advanced Java, you will learn how to create web pages, database programming with JDBC, creating database in MySQL, T-SQL, Stored Procedures, Triggers, querying database and finally publish it on Apache Tomcat. Our expert mentors will guide you, how to create a better job profile and provide the tips to crack your job interview.

Course objectives

At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to;

  1. Explore Java Architecture.
  2. Explore Java basic and advanced in-depth concepts.
  3. Use Eclipse for running, debugging and testing your Java programs.
  4. Use OOPs concepts in practical life.
  5. Build the logic to develop Java programs.
  6. Explore the differences between class, interfaces, abstract class, inheritance, polymorphism etc.
  7. Use HTML and CSS to create web pages.
  8. Create database and execute T-SQL commands on MySQL.
  9. Write Stored Procedures, Triggers etc.
  10. Work on 3-tier architecture.
  11. Create DAL Layer using Hibernate.
  12. Scale application for Phone, Tablet, and Laptop & Desktop using Bootstrap.
  13. Secure application based on user roles.
  14. Publish your App on Apache Tomcat.
  15. Make your job profile.
  16. Learn Tips to attend an interview and how to crack your interview.

Who can do this course?

All students/freshers who are keen to develop modern web, desktop and service oriented applications on Java platform should go for this course.


There is no pre-requisites to join this course.



JAVA Platform

Introduction to JAVA Platform

  1. Understanding Java Platform
  2. History of Java Platform
  3. Java Editions
  4. Java - What, Why & When
  5. Advantage of Java Platform


  1. Understanding Java Virtual Machine
  2. Understanding Java Runtime Environment
  3. Understanding Java Development Kit
  4. Code compilation and Execution
  5. Understanding Byte Code and Machine Code
  6. JVM Architecture
  7. Role of JIT

IDE Environment


  1. Understanding Eclipse
  2. Understanding Eclipse Editions
  3. Advantages of Eclipse
  4. Coding and Debugging
  5. Types of Projects in Eclipse
  6. Creating a Project

Java Programming Language

Introduction to Java

  1. History of Java Version
  2. Java - What, Why & When
  3. Structure of a Java Program
  4. Basic Input / Output Operations
  5. Compiling, Running, and Debugging

Data Type, Variable & Typecasting

  1. Understanding Data Type
  2. Types of Data Type
  3. Naming a variable
  4. Type Casting


  1. Different Types of Operators
  2. Operators precedence

Garbage Collection

  1. Understanding Garbage Collection (GC)
  2. Advantage of Garbage Collector
  3. Generations in Garbage Collector
  4. Garbage Collector Working Phase
  5. Garbage Collection Algorithm
  6. Finalize and GC Method

Conditional Statements

  1. Introduction to conditional statement
  2. If statements
  3. If..else statement
  4. If..else ladder
  5. Switch statement


  1. Introduction to loop
  2. do...while loop
  3. while loop
  4. Making star patterns

Jump Statements

  1. break statements
  2. continue statement
  3. for loop
  4. foreach loop
  5. Making number patterns


  1. Introduction to Array
  2. One Dimensional Array
  3. Multi-Dimensional Array


  1. Introduction to strings
  2. Mutable strings
  3. Immutable strings
  4. Strings methods
  5. String builder class
  6. Creating Immutable Class


Object-Oriented Programming Concepts

  1. Introduction to object oriented programming
  2. Classes and Objects
  3. Inheritance
  4. Polymorphism
  5. Abstraction
  6. Encapsulation

Class and Objects

  1. Creating a class
  2. Access Modifiers
  3. Instance members
  4. Creating an object

Constructor and Destructor

  1. Introduction to Constructor
  2. Types of Constructor
  3. Default Constructor
  4. Parameterised Constructor
  5. Introduction to Destructor
  6. Creating Destructor


  1. Introduction to Methods
  2. Methods Categories
  3. Methods Parameters
  4. Call by Value
  5. Call by Reference


  1. Introduction to Polymorphism
  2. Types of Polymorphism
  3. Methods Overloading
  4. Methods Overriding
  5. Abstract, virtual and new keywords


  1. Introduction to Inheritance
  2. Types of inheritance
  3. Single Level Inheritance
  4. Multi-Level Inheritance
  5. Multiple Inheritance
  6. Hybrid Inheritance
  7. Advantage of Inheritance
  8. Final class and private constructor


  1. Introduction to Package
  2. Naming Convention for Package
  3. Creating Package
  4. Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Package
  5. Import and Static Import

Abstract Class

  1. Introduction to Abstract Class
  2. Creating Abstract class
  3. Need of Abstract class
  4. Advantages of abstract class


  1. Introduction to Interface
  2. Creating Interface
  3. Need of Interface
  4. Abstract class vs. Interface

Static Class

  1. Introduction to static class
  2. Creating static class and static methods
  3. Need of static class
  4. Normal class vs. Static class


  1. Introduction to enum
  2. Creating enum
  3. Need of enum

Exception Handling

  1. Understanding Exceptions
  2. Try, Catch and Finally block
  3. Throw exception
  4. Handling Exception
  5. Custom Exception


  1. Introduction to Java Collections
  2. Introduction to Collection Classes – Array List, LinkedList, HashSet, Stack, Queue
  3. Introduction to Collection Interfaces – Collection, Set, List, Queue
  4. Relations between Collection Interfaces and Classes
  5. Using Collection classes – Array List, LinkedList,

Collections Contd.

  1. Using Collection classes – HashSet, Stack, Queue
  2. Using Collection Interfaces – Collection, Set, List, Queue


  1. Understanding Java Generics
  2. Using Generics classes
  3. Using Generics Interfaces
  4. Generics Advantages
  5. Collections vs. Generics

Advanced Java


  1. Introduction
  2. Components
  3. Event-Delegation-Model
  4. Listeners
  5. Layouts
  6. Individual components Label, Button, Checkbox, Radio Button.
  7. Choice, List, Menu, Text Field, Text Area


  1. The Java Thread model
  2. Creating a thread
  3. Creating multiple Thread and Context Switching
  4. Synchronization: methods and statements


  1. Introduction to reflection
  2. Viewing Metadata

File Handling

  1. File I/O and Streams
  2. Stream readers and writers
  3. Creating directory and file
  4. Writing data to file
  5. File opening mode

File Class and Operations

  1. File class
  2. Path class
  3. Performing operations on a file


Introduction to J2EE

  1. Introduction to J2EE platform
  2. Understanding J2EE Architecture
  3. Understanding layer and Tier
  4. 3-Tier Architecture
  5. J2EE components
  6. J2EE services

Web Development and Servlet

  1. Introduction to Web development
  2. Introduction to Servlet
  3. Servlet Version History
  4. Advantages to Servlet
  5. Servlet Lifecycle


  1. JSP Architecture
  2. JSP Element
  3. JSP Directives
  4. JSP Actions
  5. JSP Objects


Introduction to HTML

  1. History of Html
  2. Getting Started With HTML
  3. HTML Page Structure
  4. Html Element
  5. Inline and Block Elements
  6. Images
  7. Ordered list and Unordered list
  8. Tables and Nesting tables


Introduction to CSS

  1. Introduction to CSS
  2. CSS Id and Class
  3. Colors and Backgrounds
  4. Text and Fonts
  5. Lists Styles
  6. Tables Styles
  7. Introduction to CSS3
  8. CSS Box Model
  9. CSS Grouping/Nesting, positions and advance


Introduction to Bootstrap

  1. Introduction to Responsive Design
  2. Need of Bootstrap
  3. Bootstrap Fundamentals
  4. Bootstrap Grid System
  5. Bootstrap Components
  6. Header, Footer, Navigation Bar
  7. Bootstrap Modals
  8. Bootstrap Form Elements
  9. Bootstrap Icons
  10. Typography
  11. Customizing Bootstrap
  12. Panels, Sliders, Tooltips

Web Pages

  1. Introduction to Webpages in Java
  2. Creating Webpages
  3. Creating a simple website

Forms & Validations

  1. Creating Forms
  2. Creating User Signup Page
  3. Applying Data Validations


Introduction to AJAX

  1. XMLHTTPRequest
  2. Ready State
  3. OnreadystateChange
  4. Response Text
  5. Response XML
  6. Status


Introduction to MySQL

  1. Understanding MySQL
  2. MySQL Version History
  4. Advantage of MySQL


  1. Types of SQL Commands
  2. Data Definition Language (DDL)
  3. Data Manipulation Language (DML)
  4. Data Query Language (DQL)
  5. Data Control Language (DCL)
  6. Transaction Control Language (TCL)
  7. Creating Database
  8. Altering Database
  9. Deleting Database
  10. Creating Table
  11. Altering Table
  12. Deleting Table

SQL Keys

  1. Types of SQL Keys
  2. Super Key
  3. Primary Key
  4. Unique Key
  5. Foreign Key
  6. Candidate Key
  7. Alternate Key
  8. Composite Key

SQL Commands & Predicates

  1. Insert
  2. Update
  3. Delete
  4. Truncate
  5. Delete VS Truncate
  6. Distinct
  7. Between…And
  8. In
  9. Like
  10. Is Null

SQL Clauses

  1. Select
  2. Where
  3. Order By
  4. Group By
  5. Having

Query & Sub-Query

  1. Understanding Query and Sub-Query
  2. Writing and Executing Query

SQL Joins

  1. Types of Joins
  2. Inner Join
  3. Outer Join
  4. Cross Join
  5. Self-Join


  1. Understanding Views
  2. Need of Views
  3. Creating , Altering and Dropping Views
  4. Simple and Complex Views


  1. Built-In Functions
  2. Scalar Functions
  3. Aggregate Functions
  4. Creating, Altering and Dropping Functions

Stored Procedures

  1. Creating , Altering and Dropping Procedure
  2. Optional Parameters
  3. Input and Output Parameters


  1. Understanding Triggers
  2. Stored Procedures VS Functions VS Triggers
  3. Types of Triggers
  4. Creating, Altering and Dropping Triggers


Introduction to JDBC

  1. Understanding JDBC
  2. Advantage of JDBC
  3. JDBC Version History
  4. JDBC Architecture
  5. Database Drivers
  6. Database connectivity through JDBC


  1. MySQL Database connectivity through JDBC
  2. CRUD operations with MySQL


Introduction to Hibernate

  1. Understanding Hibernate
  2. Hibernate - What, Why & When
  3. Advantages of Hibernate

HQL & Hibernate Annotations

  1. Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
  2. Hibernate Annotations
  3. Database CRUD operations using Hibernate

Transaction and Hibernate

  1. Understanding Transaction
  2. Transaction ACID properties
  3. Implementing Transaction
  4. Commit and Rollback

Structs Framework

Introduction to Struts Framework

  1. Introduction to Struts2
  2. Struts2 Architecture
  3. Struts Request Handling Life Cycle
  4. Struts2 Configuration
  5. Struts2 Actions, Interceptors and Results

Working with Actions

  1. Introducing Struts 2 actions
  2. Packing your actions
  3. Implementing Actions
  4. Transferring data onto objects


Introduction to Spring

  1. Understanding Spring Framework
  2. Spring Framework Architecture

Spring MVC

  1. Introduction to MVC Pattern
  2. Understanding Model, View and Controller
  3. Advantages of Spring
  4. Design Pattern VS Architectural Pattern
  5. MVC pattern VS 3-Tier Architecture

Spring MVC Controller & Actions

  1. Understanding Controller
  2. Creating Controller
  3. Understanding Actions

Spring MVC View

  1. Understanding Views
  2. Types of Views
  3. Creating Views
  4. Communication between Controller and View

Model & Validation

  1. Creating Model
  2. Understanding Validation in Spring MVC
  3. Need of Server Side and Client Side Validation
  4. Applying Validations

Web Service

Introduction to Web Service

  1. SOA Architecture
  2. Introduction to Web Service
  3. SOAP Web Service
  4. REST Web Service
  5. SOAP Vs. REST

Java Web Service

  1. Introduction to Java Web Service API
  2. Creating Java Service
  3. Consuming Java Service

Web Service CRUD Operations

  1. Creating Java Service
  2. Database CRUD operation using Java Service

Resume Writing

  1. Tips to write Resume
  2. Understanding common mistakes while writing Resume
  3. Job Interview Resume Formats
  4. Creating your own Resume
  5. How to make an Effective Resume
  6. Resume Highlights

Interview Preparation

  1. How to prepare yourself for Job Interview
  2. Tips to crack technical interview
  3. Job Interview dresses
  4. Bad body languages while giving interview
  5. How to prepare your Introduction
  6. Mock-up Interviews

Project Development : Order Management

Developing Application Architecture

  1. Designing Application Architecture
  2. Developing User Signup Process

Developing Category, Product Process

  1. Developing Category CRUD Operations
  2. Developing Product CRUD Operations

Developing Customer Process

  1. Developing Customer CRUD Operations

Developing Order Placement Process

  1. Creating Order
  2. Editing Order
  3. Deleting Order

Testing Application

  1. Testing project
  2. Fixing Bugs


  1. Deploying Application

Mock-up Tests and Assignments

Dot Net Tricks' mock-up tests and assignments help the professionals to work on real-world projects and to get an edge in their careers and make their lives better. This training program includes 5 mock-up tests and 10 assignments.

Mockup-Tests objective

  1. Help you to monitor your learning progress.
  2. Help you to evaluate yourself.
  3. Help you to crack your technical interview first round with objective questions.

Assignments objective

  1. Gain confidence to work on Java project.
  2. Help you to evaluate your development skills.
  3. Prepare yourself for real-application development.

The primary goal of lab is to do practices of the Core Java, Advanced Java, MySQL and learn how to develop web pages. Lab practice will help you to develop web application with the recommended design principles and practices.


  1. Building Java Programs Logic.
  2. Developing logic to make complex programs like Star Patterns and Number Patterns.
  3. Solving Mathematical Problems using Java.
  4. Processing user inputs using JSP.
  5. Developing web pages using JSP.
  6. Developing responsive website using Bootstrap.
  7. Querying MySQL DB using T-SQL.
  8. Writing and Testing T-SQL Queries.

Order Management System

Desciption: You will learn how to develop an Order Management System. The system will have two types of Users – Admin and Salesman. A salesman can place a new order for a customer and can see the previous order history. Here, admin will be responsible for adding products, categories. This includes 30 hours dedicated lab for project development.

Project Architecture: The primary goal of this architecture is to share as much code as possible across the web application and further reuse existing code for mobile apps development if necessary. This architecture will help you to develop web application with the recommended design principles and practices.

What you will learn through project?

  1. How to create DAL layer using Hibernate.
  2. How to create BAL layer.
  3. How to use view models for validations.
  4. How to scale application for Phone, Tablet, and Laptop & Desktop.
  5. How to optimize your page performance.
  6. How to secure you application based on user roles.
  7. How to publish your App on Apache Tomcat.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Do you provide any course material?

Yes we do. All relevant course material and exercises you will be get through our mentors.

Q2. Do you provide any class video?

Yes we do. You will get the recorded sessions of your own online training classes, so that you can revise your class when you want.

Q3. What If I miss my online training class?

All online training classes are recorded. You will get the recorded sessions so that you can watch the online classes when you want. Also, you can join other class to do your missing classes.

Q4. What If I miss my classroom training class?

You can join other on going classroom batch classes to do your missing classes.

Q5. Do you prepare me for the job interview?

Yes, we do. We will discuss all possible technical interview questions and answers during the training program so that you can prepare yourself for interview.

Q6. Do you provide hands-on real application development?

Yes, we do provide you to do hands-on real application development.

Q7. Whom do I contact, if I have more queries?

You can give us a CALL at +91 113 303 4100 OR email us at
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Course Overview

: Job-oriented Training Program
: Student(s)/Fresher(s)
: Eclipse
Delivery method(s)
: Instructor-led Classroom/Online Training
: 120 Hours
: English

Course Features

All the instructor led online training sessions are recorded and made available in LMS within 24 hours. This includes video, course material, exercise files and ppts used during the session.
All the sessions are delivered using real-life examples. You will learn how to develop real project using industry recomended principles and practices.
Each Module will be followed by objective mockup tests and practical assignments which help you to monitor your learning progress and Evaluate yourself.
You get 365 days access to the Learning Management System (LMS). Class recordings and presentations can be viewed online from the LMS.
Towards the end of the course, you will be working on a project. Dot Net Tricks certifies you based on the project.
We have a community forum for all our learners wherein you can enrich their learning through peer interaction and knowledge sharing.
We have 24x7 online support team available to help you with any technical queries you may have during the course.
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