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An Overview of the Java Training Course

With the Java Training Course offered by Eduxfactor, you will learn the concepts of Java such as the Principles, Versions, Editions, Execution System, Syntax, etc. Our experts will take you through the programming concepts, covering the basics of Java up to an advanced level. You will learn how to code in Java and use it for mobile application development, web-based apps, gaming apps, and more.

  • An introduction to programming: Programming is a process that includes writing a set of instructions that aid a computer in performing any task. We can do this using various programming languages such as Java, C++, and Python.
  • You will learn: Our experts will help you learn the basics of programming from scratch. It becomes vital for a beginner with no programming or software knowledge to learn Java.
  • An Introduction to Java: Java is a programming language used to create mobile apps, desktop GUI applications, gaming applications, distributed applications, and more.
  • You will learn: Our trainers will introduce you to the basics of Java, its foundation, uses, security, and benefits over other programming languages.
  • Our experts at Eduxfactor provide the trainees with in-depth knowledge of Java and its data types.
  • comprehensive understanding of object-oriented programming in Java using classes, objects, and various Java concepts such as abstracts and others.
  • The ability to implement arrays, functions, and string handling techniques to communicate with the database,
  • Gain exposure to various real-life industry-based projects.
  • Projects that are diverse in nature cover banking, telecommunication, social media, insurance, and e-commerce domains.
  • Rigorous involvement of an SME throughout the Java training course to learn industry standards and best practices.
  • Learning the fundamentals of Java, such as classes, objects, and variables, among other things,
  • Creating a Class in Java
  • Using the variables and symbols appropriately
  • To write a palindrome sequence using Java
  • To write a phone number word decoder.
  • To write a method to determine consecutive numbers
  • Reverse only the letters present in a string.

Each module in our course is created uniquely by our experts. As a result, we introduced the JAVA Training Course to offer the most effective, time-efficient, and organised JAVA training. Our focus is to teach topics that flow smoothly and complement each other. The curriculum gives you everything you need to know about this technology.

EduXfactor offers Java course training that helps the trainees master Java programming in no time. Our trained professionals go the extra mile to help the trainees quickly learn all the technical aspects. Here are our advanced methods to make the process of learning hassle-free.

  • Demo Training
  • Online and offline training
  • Pro-Level Curriculum
  • Internships on Running Projects
  • In-Depth Analysis of Industry Success
  • Multiple batches with flexible timings
  • Course Completion Certification
  • Job-Oriented Training
  • Permanent Video Access
  • Resume Building and Placement Services
  • Gain practical experience.
  • Mock Interviews
  • Our mentors provide an opportunity for every individual, aspirant, and working professional to evaluate the subject and learn more through relatable models.
  • Our trainers help the individuals finish their undertakings by setting them up for demands, questions, and replies. Individuals are allowed to question any aspect whenever possible.
  • We follow a unique approach to delivering offline and virtual training. Our approach enables you to draw insights from acquiring and processing knowledge.
  • Our instructors provide the learning resources and assign work to make you proficient in overcoming the real-time challenges.
  • Our guides are industry-oriented, trained professionals and subject specialists who run applications to give the best data science training to aspirants and professionals.
Virtual/Offline Training

- EduXfactor offers offline or virtual training based on trainee requirements with a personalised curriculum as our training duration is (45–50) days. Our professional expert training helps you enhance your skills on your particular course and achieve your career goals.

Internships and training

-Under the guidance of industry experts, EduXfactor offers Java Programming training and internships to aspirants, students, and professional aspirants. The programme lasts for three to four months. Individuals might opt to work full-time or part-time from home or an in-house office. We offer the training programme to individuals who want to excel in their Java skills.

Java is a high-level, object-oriented computer programming language that is used to develop applications and solve various issues and bugs in the programs. Compared to other programming languages, Java is considered the best in terms of functionality and security. Many huge companies, like Uber, Netflix, Spotify, Google, Instagram, etc., use Java in their tech stack.

First, consider the suitable position you would like to work in after upskilling in Java. There is a wide range of career opportunities post-JAVA training, from Web Developer, Software Developer, Application Developer, Web Programmer, to EJB Programmer.

  • Web Developer: Programming is a process that includes writing a set of instructions that aid a computer in performing any task. We can do this using various programming languages such as Java, C++, and Python.
  • A Software Developer: A software developer, also called a computer programmer or a coder, is a person who develops or creates software and develops applications.
    An application developer is a software developer who specialises in creating, designing, testing, and updating applications. Primarily, application developers specialise in developing applications for mobile phones.
  • EJB Programmer: EJB stands for "Enterprise Java Bean." It is a specification provided by Sun Microsystems to develop secured, robust, and scalable distributed applications.
  • Pay Range for Java: Java is in great demand as it is the primary programming language for mobile apps, websites, and software. Java has a worldwide scope for promising careers and opportunities. Not only that, career progression chances in Java are impeccable!

Course curriculum

  • Features of Java
  • Simple
  • Secure
  • Portable
  • Robust
  • Multithreading
  • Platform-Independent
  • Distributed.
  • Dynamic
  • New Features of Java 8
  • Introducing Java Environment
  • Java Development Kit
  • Java Platforms
  • Java Virtual Machine
  • Java API
  • Java Programs
  • Installing Java
  • What about CLASSPATH?
  • Java’s Reserved Words
  • Starting a Java program
  • Line 1 - public class App
  • Line 2 - public static void main (String[] args)
  • Line 3 - System.out.println (“Hello from Java!”);
  • Compiling Code 15
  • Compiling Code: Using Command-Line Options
  • Cross-Compilation Options
  • Compiling Code: Checking for Deprecated Methods
  • Running Code
  • Running Code: Using Command-Line Options
  • Commenting Your Code
  • Importing Java Packages and Classes
  • Finding Java Class with CLASSPATH
  • Summary
  • Variables
  • Data Typing
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • What Data Types are Available?
  • Creating Integer Literals
  • Creating Floating-Point Literals
  • Creating Boolean Literals
  • Creating Character Literals
  • Creating String Literals
  • Creating Binary Literals
  • Using Underscores in Numeric Literals
  • Declaring Integer Variables
  • Declaring Floating-Point Variables
  • Declaring Character Variables
  • Declaring Boolean Variables
  • Initializing Variables Dynamically
  • Conversion between Data Types
  • Automatic Conversions
  • Casting to New Data Types
  • Declaring One-Dimensional
  • Creating One-Dimensional Arrays
  • Initializing One-Dimensional Arrays
  • Declaring Multidimensional Arrays
  • Creating Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Initializing Multidimensional Arrays
  • Creating Irregular Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Getting the Length of an Array
  • Understanding General Form of Static Import
  • Importing Static Members
  • The String Class
  • Getting String Length
  • Concatenating Strings
  • Getting Characters and Substrings
  • Searching For and Replacing Strings
  • Changing Case in Strings
  • Checking for Empty String
  • Formatting Numbers in Strings
  • The StringBuffer Class
  • Creating StringBuffers
  • Getting and Setting StringBuffer Lengths and Capacities
  • Setting Characters in String Buffers
  • Appending and Inserting Using StringBuffer
  • Deleting Text in StringBuffer
  • Replacing Text in String Buffer
  • Using the Wrapper Class
  • Autoboxing and Unboxing of Primitive Types
  • Learning the Fundamentals of Varargs Methods
  • Overloading Varargs Methods
  • Learning the Ambiguity in Varargs Methods
  • Using Non-Reifiable Formal Parameters
  • Operators
  • Conditionals
  • Loops
  • Operator Precedence
  • Incrementing and Decrementing (++ and --)
  • Unary NOT (~ And !)
  • Multiplication and Division (* and /)
  • Modulus (%)
  • Addition and Subtraction (+ and -)
  • Shift Operators (>>, >>>, and <<)
  • Relational Operators (>, >=, <, <=, ==, and!=)
  • Bitwise and Bitwise Logical AND, XOR, and OR (&, ^, and /)
  • Logical (&& and ||)
  • The if-then-else operator
  • Assignment Operators (= and [operator]=)
  • Using the Math
  • Changes in the Math Class
  • Class StrictMath
  • Comparing Strings
  • The if Statement
  • The else Statement
  • Nested if
  • The if-else Ladders
  • The switch Statement
  • Using Strings in switch Statement
  • The while Loop
  • The do-while Loop
  • The for Loop
  • The for-each Loop
  • Supporting for-each in Your Class
  • A (Poor) Solution
  • Significance of for-
  • A (Poor) Solution
  • Nested Loops
  • Using the break Statement
  • Using the continue Statement
  • Using the return Statement
  • Summary
  • The Control Overview of a Class
  • Working with Objects
  • Working with Methods
  • Defining Default Methods
  • Working with Constructors
  • Using Default Constructor
  • Using Parameterized Constructors
  • Exploring Packages
  • Studying the Types of Packages
  • Importing Packages
  • Using Access Specifiers
  • Working with Streams API
  • Stream API Overview
  • Collection and Stream
  • Commonly Used Functional Interfaces in Stream
  • Java.util.optional
  • Aggregate Operations
  • Working with Time API
  • Understanding Encapsulation
  • Understanding Abstraction
  • Understanding Inheritance
  • Understanding the final Keyword
  • Preventing Inheritance
  • Declaring Constant
  • Preventing Method Overriding
  • Implementing Interfaces
  • Working with Lambda Expressions
  • Method References
  • Using Lambda Expressions
  • Implementing Abstract Classes and Methods
  • Difference between Abstract Classes and Interfaces
  • Implementing Polymorphism
  • Understanding the Static Polymorphism
  • Understanding the Dynamic Polymorphism
  • Summary
  • Streams, Readers, and Writers
  • Essentials in NIO
  • Buffers
  • Channels
  • Charsets and Selectors
  • Enhancements in NIO with Java 8
  • The Path Interface
  • The Files Class
  • The Paths Class
  • The File Attribute Interfaces
  • The FileSystem Class
  • The FileSystems Class
  • The FileStore Class
  • Prospects of NIO
  • Working with Streams
  • The InputStream Class
  • The OutputStream Class
  • The ByteArrayInputStream Class
  • The ByteArrayOutputStream Class
  • The BufferedInputStream Class
  • The BufferedOutputStream Class
  • The FileInputStream Class
  • The FileOutputStream Class
  • Working with the Reader Class
  • Working with the Writer Class
  • Accepting Input from the Keyboard with the InputStreamReader Class
  • Working with the OutputStreamWriter Class
  • Working with Files
  • Using the File Class
  • Using the FileReader Class
  • Using the FileWriter Class
  • Working with the RandomAccessFile Class
  • Working with Character Arrays
  • Using the CharArrayReader Class
  • Using the CharArrayWriter Class
  • Working with Buffers
  • Using the BufferedReader Class
  • Using the BufferedWriter Class
  • Working with the PushbackReader Class
  • Working with the PrintWriter Class
  • Working with the StreamTokenizer Class
  • Implementing the Serializable Interface
  • Working with the Console Class
  • Working with the Clipboard
  • Working with the Printer
  • Printing with the Formatter Class
  • Using the System. out.printf() Method
  • Using the String.format() Method
  • Formatting Dates Using the String.format() Method
  • Using Java.util.formatter class
  • Scanning Input with the Scanner class
  • Summary
  • Overview of Exceptions
  • Exception Handling Techniques
  • Rethrowing Cached Exception with Improved Type Checking
  • Built-in Exceptions
  • User-Defined Exceptions
  • Summary
  • Using Threads in Java
  • Life Cycle of a Thread
  • Synchronization of Threads
  • Multithreaded Custom ClassLoader
  • Getting the Main Thread
  • Naming a Thread
  • Pausing a Thread
  • Creating a Thread with the Runnable Interface
  • Creating a Thread with the Thread Class
  • Creating Multiple Threads
  • Joining Threads
  • Checking if a Thread Is Alive
  • Setting Thread Priority and Stopping Threads
  • Synchronizing
  • Communicating between Threads
  • Suspending and Resuming Threads
  • Creating Graphics Animation with Threads
  • Eliminating Flicker in Graphics Animation Created Using Threads
  • Suspending and Resuming Graphics Animation
  • Using Double Buffering
  • Simplifying Producer-Consumer with the Queue Interface
  • Implementing Concurrent Programming
  • Simplifying Servers Using the Concurrency Utilities
  • Knowing Various Concurrency Utilities
  • Learning about Java.util.concurrent package
  • Learning about the Java.util.concurrent.locks Package
  • Learning about the Java.util.concurrent.atomic Package
  • Summary
  • The Collection Interfaces
  • The Collection Classes
  • The Map Interfaces
  • The Map Classes
  • Collections Framework Enhancements in Java SE 8
  • Using the Collection Interface
  • Basics of Matrix algebra
  • The Queue Interface
  • The List Interface
  • The Set Interface
  • The SortedSet Interface
  • Using the Collection Classes
  • Using the Comparator Interface
  • Using the Iterator Interface
  • Using the ListIterator Interface
  • Using the AbstractMap Class
  • Using the HashMap Class
  • Using the TreeMap Class
  • Using the Arrays Class
  • Learning the Fundamentals of Enumerations
  • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces
  • Using the Aggregate Operations
  • Using Java.util.function Package
  • Summary
  • Packages and Interfaces
  • JAR Files
  • The Java API Package
  • Java. lang Package
  • Basics of Annotation
  • Other Built-In Annotations
  • Creating a Package
  • Creating Packages that have Sub packages
  • Creating an Interface
  • Implementing an Interface
  • Extending an Interface
  • Using Interfaces for Callbacks
  • Performing Operations on a JAR File
  • Marker Annotations
  • Single Member Annotations
  • Summary
  • What is Java Bean?
  • Advantages of Java Bean
  • Introspection
  • Persistence
  • Customizers
  • Understanding Java Beans
  • Designing Programs Using Java Beans
  • Creating Applets that Use Java Beans
  • Creating a Java Bean
  • Creating a Bean Manifest File
  • Creating a Bean JAR File
  • Creating a New Bean
  • Adding Controls to Beans
  • Giving a Bean Properties
  • Design Patterns for Properties
  • Using Simple Properties
  • Designing Patterns for Events
  • Learning Methods and Design Patterns
  • Creating Bound Properties
  • Giving a Bean Methods
  • Giving a Bean an Icon
  • Creating a BeanInfo Class
  • Setting Bound and Constrained Properties
  • Implementing Persistence
  • Using the Java Beans API
  • Learning the Basics of an Event
  • Using the JavaBeans Conventions
  • Using the Remote Notification and Distributed Notification
  • Using Beans with JSP
  • Summary
  • Basics of Networking
  • Sockets in Java
  • Client-Server Networking
  • Proxy Servers
  • Internet Addressing
  • Domain Name Service
  • Inet4 Addresses and Inet6 Addresses
  • The URL Class
  • The URI Class
  • URI Syntax and Components
  • TCP/IP and Datagram
  • Blackboard Assignment Retrieval Transaction
  • Understanding Networking Interfaces and Classes in the Java.net Package
  • Understanding the InetAddresses
  • Caching InetAddress
  • Creating and Using Sockets
  • Creating TCP Clients and Servers
  • Understanding the Whois Example
  • Submitting an HTML Form from a Java Program
  • Handling URL
  • Using the URLConnection Objects
  • Working with Datagrams
  • Datagrams Server and Client
  • Working with BART
  • Learning about Java. security Package
  • Summary
  • Introducing Events
  • Introducing Event Handling
  • Working with the Types of Servlet Events
  • Developing the Onlineshop Web Application
  • Introducing Wrappers
  • Working with Wrappers
  • Summary
  • Introducing JSP Technology
  • Listing Advantages of JSP over Java Servlet
  • Exploring the Architecture of a JSP Page
  • Describing the Life Cycle of a JSP Page
  • Working with JSP Basic Tags and Implicit Objects
  • Working with Action Tags in JSP
  • Exploring EL
  • Using Custom Tag Library with EL Functions
  • Exploring the Need of Filters
  • Exploring the Working of Filters
  • Exploring Filter API
  • Configuring a Filter
  • Creating a Web Application Using Filters
  • Using Initializing Parameter in Filters
  • Manipulating Responses
  • Discussing Issues in Using Threads with Filters
  • Summary
  • Describing the Java EE Application Architecture
  • Introducing a Design Pattern
  • Discussing the Role of Design Patterns
  • Exploring Types of Patterns
  • Summary
  • Section A: Exploring SOA and Java Web Services
  • Describing the SOA Environment
  • Overview of JWS
  • Role of WSDL, SOAP, and Java/XML Mapping in SOA
  • Section B: Understanding Web Service Specifications to Implement SOA
  • Exploring the JAX-WS 2.2 Specification
  • Exploring the JAXB 2.2 Specification
  • Exploring the WSEE 1.3 Specification
  • Exploring the WS-Metadata 2.2 Specification
  • Describing the SAAJ 1.3 Specification
  • Working with SAAJ and DOM APIs
  • Describing the JAXR Specification
  • JAXR Architecture
  • Exploring the StAX 1.0 Specification
  • Exploring the WebSocket 1.0 Specification
  • Describing the JAX-RS 2.0 Specification
  • Exploring the JASON-P 1.0 Specification
  • Section C: Using the Web Service Specifications
  • Using the JAX-WS 2.2 Specification
  • Using the JAXB 2.2 Specification
  • Using the WSEE and WS-Metadata Specifications
  • Implementing the SAAJ Specification
  • Implementing the JAXR Specification
  • Implementing the StAX Specification

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FAQs

Java is a programming language first released by Sun Microsystems in 1995, which has since been acquired by Oracle. Java provides you with a wide range of career opportunities, especially considering the vigorously growing tech industry.

Java is an excellent choice as a programming language in terms of your career in the present and the future. Java is currently the third most sought-after programming language by employers worldwide.

So, as you know, "web developer" is the most in-demand job in tech and stands out as being one of the highest-paying jobs in the field. It is a promising job for any aspirant with some talent in web development.

Software development plays a vital role in improving the consumer's experience and enriching the market with valuable products. In this ever-changing technology, the role of a software developer becomes more vital.

We are happy and proud to say that we have been empanelled with numerous small and mid-sized MNCs. Many of these organizations/businesses have data science opportunities widely open for the skilful. Furthermore, we have highly active placement support that assists our students with 100% placement. Our support team will also help by training participants through mock interviews and other skill enhancement training.

The answer is "yes." The reason is that Java can be learned without any prior knowledge of coding or programming. Furthermore, with knowledge of Java, you could attain jobs that are leading the software field. So, you will never regret learning Java.

With the Eduxfactor, you will learn Java proficiently within less than six months. We make sure that you practise coding for at least 2-3 hours a day, which helps the learner hit the levels of excellence in no time.

Java is easy to learn in light of other programming languages. Although it is not a cakewalk, you can learn it quickly if you put in the effort. Java is friendly to beginners, and through Eduxfactor's Java Training, you'll learn how object-oriented it is.

Java is platform-independent as the Java source code is converted to byte code by the compiler, which can then be executed on any platform using the Java Virtual Machine. Java is also known as a WORA (write once, run anywhere) language because it is platform-independent.

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JAVA Training
Course Features
  • Demo Training
  • Online and offline training
  • Pro-Level Curriculum
  • Internships on Running Projects
  • Industry Expert Trainers
  • In-Depth Analysis of Industry Success
  • Multiple batches with flexible timings
  • Course Completion Certification
  • Job-Oriented Training
  • Permanent Video Access
  • Resume Building and Placement Services
  • Gain practical experience.
  • Mock Interviews

Course Features

  • Student Enrolled:1740
  • lectures:10
  • Quizzes:4
  • Duration:60 hours
  • Skill Level:Beginner
  • Language:English
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