Core Java

Java is an object-oriented, class-based, concurrent, secured and general-purpose computer-programming language. It is a widely used robust technology. While Java is used for development of applets and...
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Core Java

Java is an object-oriented, class-based, concurrent, secured, and general-purpose computer-programming language. It is a widely used robust technology. While we use Java for the development of applets and applications, Core Java is mainly used to design application software for both desktop and server environments.

  • Dec 06, 2019
  • 53,972 Students Enrolled
  • Online
  • 05
  • English
 

About this course

In this course, you will start from a necessary foundation in Java (syntax, keywords, operators, and so on.) to developing two GUI projects along with one Database project.

Why Learn Java?

Java is a general-purpose programming language. Most of the developers did choose java as a general-purpose language, cause it is a portable, simple, secure, and platform-independent programming language. Apart from that, it has excellent features such as: Simple, Object-Oriented, Portable, Platform independent, Secured, Robust, Architecture neutral, Interpreted, High Performance, Multithreaded, Distributed, Dynamic.

Duration:

30 days

Effort:

2-3 Hours A Day

Subject:

Core Java

Level:

Basic

Practice:

70+

 

What you'll learn

  • Develop simple programs in Java, making use of conditionals, loops, and recursion.
  • Understand the underlying mechanisms of the OOP paradigm, as well as use the API of some of the most common Java classes
  • Detect and correct common programming errors at compile-time and runtime.
  • You will be working on two GUI projects and one Database project while you learn the concepts.
  • You will be able to learn Java to a sufficient level where it will be easy for the transition to core Java technologies like Android development, the Spring framework, Java EE (Enterprise edition), and so on.

Bonus:

  • Extra 70+ challenges for practise.
  • We provide every concept with real-life scenario-based example videos for better understanding.
  • Code Challenges in every stage to analyze and test your skill.
  • You will practice solving computational problems, designing new algorithms, and implementing solutions efficiently (so that they run in less than a second). 
 

Scope for job

Java is widely adopted and used in almost every industry, and it is highly accessible, in different domains, some of the areas where we use Java widely are as follows:

  • Financial services: Java is used in server-side applications.
  • Big Data: Hadoop MapReduce framework is written using Java.
  • Banking: To deal with transaction management.
  • Stock markets: Stock markets use Java to write complex algorithms to investigate investment in companies.
  • Retail: Billing applications that you see in a store/restaurant use Java.
  • Android: Applications are either written in Java or use Java API.
  • Scientific and Research Community: To deal with vast amounts of data and to organize the data, most of the organizations prefer Java.

Requirements

No programming experience is required, all concepts taught in this class!

 

Core Java

Introduction

Java is an object-oriented, class-based, concurrent, secured and general-purpose computer-programming language. It is a widely used robust technology. While Java is used for development of applets and applications, Core Java is mainly used to design application software for both desktop and server environments.

 

Stage-1

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Introduction, Overview of Java, Components of Java)
  • Step-3 (Features of Java)
  • Step-4 (First Java Program)
  • Step-5 (Variables)
  • Step-6 (Operators)
  • Step-7 (Type Conversions)
  • Step-8 (CC Exam)
  • Step-9 (MCQ Exam)

Stage-2

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Control Statements)
  • Step-3 (Arrays)
  • Step-4 (Classes & Objects)
  • Step-5 (Methods)
  • Step-6 (Literals & Strings)
  • Step-7 (Sets, Visibility, Generics)
  • Step-8 (Queues, Deques & Enums)
  • Step-9 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-10 (MCQ-Exam)

Stage-3

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Constructor)
  • Step-3 (OOPS)
  • Step-4 (Encapsulation)
  • Step-5 (Inheritance)
  • Step-6 (Polymorphism)
  • Step-7 (Abstract Class)
  • Step-8 (Packages)
  • Step-9 (Calculator)
  • Step-10 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-11 (MCQ-Exam)

Level Exam

To bring an improvement in the individual's knowledge because level exams provide regular feedback to the students who acknowledge their shortcomings and work on them.

Stage-1

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Exception Handling)
  • Step-3 (User Defined Exceptions)
  • Step-4 (Multi Threading)
  • Step-5 (Synchronization)
  • Step-6 (Inter-Thread Communication)
  • Step-7 (Super Keyword, Serialization, Optional)
  • Step-8 (Object Reference, Static Keyword, lambda Expressions)
  • Step-9 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-10 (MCQ-Exam)

Stage-2

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (I/O Streams)
  • Step-3 (Buffered I/O Streams)
  • Step-4 (Input Stream Reader)
  • Step-5 (Scanner)
  • Step-6 (String Buffer Class)
  • Step-7 (Comparable & Comparator)
  • Step-8 (Recursion)
  • Step-9 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-10 (MCQ-Exam)

Stage-3

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Collections)
  • Step-3 (Array List)
  • Step-4 (Linked List)
  • Step-5 (Vector)
  • Step-6 (Map)
  • Step-7 (Applets)
  • Step-8 (Java Sockets)
  • Step-9 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-10 (MCQ-Exam)

Stage-4

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Mobile Recharge Application)
  • Step-3 (Mobile Recharge Application-2)
  • Step-4 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-5 (MCQ-Exam)

Level Exam

To bring an improvement in the individual's knowledge because level exams provide regular feedback to the students who acknowledge their shortcomings and work on them.

 

Stage-1

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (AWT Controls)
  • Step-3 (Event Handling)
  • Step-4 (J Text Area)
  • Step-5 (J Button)
  • Step-6 (J Combo Box)
  • Step-7 (J File Chooser)
  • Step-8 (J Radio Button)
  • Step-9 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-10 (MCQ-Exam)

Stage-2

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Abstract)
  • Step-3 (Shopping Cart Application-1)
  • Step-4 (Shopping Cart Application-2)
  • Step-5 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-6 (MCQ-Exam)

Level Exam

To bring an improvement in the individual's knowledge because level exams provide regular feedback to the students who acknowledge their shortcomings and work on them.

 

Stage-1

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Java Networking Basics)
  • Step-3 (Socket Programming)
  • Step-4 (Datagram Socket )
  • Step-5 (Datagram Packet Class)
  • Step-6 (URL)
  • Step-7 (INet Address Class)
  • Step-8 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-9 (MCQ-Exam)

Stage-2

  • Step-1 (At a Glance)
  • Step-2 (Drivers)
  • Step-3 (Statement)
  • Step-4 (Prepared Statement-1)
  • Step-5 (Prepared Statement-2)
  • Step-6 (Result Set)
  • Step-7 (Functions)
  • Step-8 (CC-Exam)
  • Step-9 (MCQ-Exam)

Level Exam

To bring an improvement in the individual's knowledge because level exams provide regular feedback to the students who acknowledge their shortcomings and work on them.

 

L4-Post Assessment Test

Our assessment can encourage active learning as our assessment delivery is innovative and engaging. To measure the amount of learning a student has acquired in a specific course. To achieve this, we have questions concerning all of the topics covered during a course.

Real Life Videos

We intend to watch a short video rather than read a long body of text, hence we provide every a real-time video for every topic in our course.

Technical Videos

Our courses are designed for all types of learners, hence we have technical videos for visual learners to facilitate thinking and problem-solving.

Project Videos

In order to assist students to improve their performance by providing visual examples, allowing them to interact, explore and digest the content at their own pace project videos play a primary role.

Algorithm Visualization

Visualization is more than a tool for finding patterns in data. Visualization leverages the human visual system to enable anyone and understand the subject to an expert level.