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Fullstack with JAVA & Frameworks
Why you should enroll for this course?
- Full stack developers are always high in demand as they reduce the operating costs of the company and gives better productivity.
- Full Stack developers are cost effective resources to the hiring organizations as they deliver the productivity that approximately 2-3 specialized developers deliver. Hence Full stack developers have a higher probability of getting placed in reputed organizations.
- Java is easy to learn and can be understood as it has a syntax similar to English. It has a large legacy code base, or a big collection of source code as it is one of the mature programming languages.
- Once you learn core java concepts like algorithms and arrays you will be able to switch to other languages like C or C++ very easily.
- Java has many frameworks, or premade useable code that are often used as templates for desktop and mobile applications which can be used instead of creating custom code from scratch.
- SQL is used to extract data from large data sets in programming languages.
- MONGODB is a fully managed cloud-based database. Companies have been migrating to cloud-based solutions hence opening up relevant job opportunities.
Introduction to Core Java Programming
Data Types and Operators
Control Statements and Loops
Introduction to OOP
Classes, Objects, Construct & Methods
String Class, String Buffer and String Builder
Encapsulation and Access Specifier
Abstract Class and Interface
Collection Part – l
Collection Part – lI
Collection Part – lll
File Input and Output
Database Connectivity Part – l
Database Connectivity Part – ll
Database Connectivity Part – lll
Database Connectivity Part – lV
JSP and Servlets Overview Of Advance Java
JSP Standard Tag Library
JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) – Function Tags
Build a Multi-Lingual App with JSTL – i18n Tags
MVC – Build an MVC App with Servlets and JSP
Build A Complete Database Web App with JDBC – Part 1
Build A Complete Database Web App with JDBC – Part 2
Build A Complete Database Web App with JDBC – Part 3
Build A Complete Database Web App with JDBC – Part 4
Build A Complete Database Web App with JDBC – Part 5
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