Full Stack Java Developer Online Certification Course
Full Stack Java Developer

Full Stack Java Developer
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Full Stack Developers are the multi-talented professionals that every company wants. A Full Stack developer is responsible for front and back-end web development. A full-stack developer works in multiple technologies and tools. With a wide range of skillsets, they always have higher chances of getting recruited.

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Course Curriculum for Full Stack Java Developer - 100% Job Guaranteed Program

  • Language Fundamentals
  • Data Types
  • Introduction Object orientation
  • Incrementation and decrementation
  • Pattern Programming
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • String tokenizer
  • Methods
  • Method overloading
  • Constructor
  • Encapsulation
  • Static
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Access specifiers
  • Aggregation and Composition
  • Abstraction
  • Interface
  • Exception Handling
  • Multi-Threading
  • Producer-Consumer
  • Collection
  • Maps
  • Boxing & Auto Boxing
  • File Handling
  • Enum
  • Annotations
  • Introduction to JDBC
  • Communication with backend and database
  • Key Interfaces
  • Steps for installing MySQL Connector
  • Property File
  • Update Query
  • Batch File
  • Dynamic queries
  • Transaction & Acid properties
  • Store procedure
  • In procedure
  • In-Out procedure
  • BLOB
  • CLOB
  • Meta-Data of ResultSet
  • Introduction to Servlets
  • Difference between Web-Based and Distributed Application
  • Difference between Static and Dynamic response
  • Control flow of web.xml
  • Service methods
  • doGet and doPost method
  • Welcome file list
  • set and getAttribute in Request Dispatcher
  • Forward() and Include() in Request Dispatcher
  • Send Redirect
  • Difference between Request Dispatcher and Send Redirect
  • Session management in java
  • Cookies in java
  • Servlet context and Servlet Config
  • Life Cycle of a servlet
  • Calling servlet using annotation
  • Filters
  • Filter Chaining
  • Introduction to JSP
  • Working of JSP Engine
  • JSP Tags
  • Implicit Objects of JSP
  • Handling Exception in JSP
  • JSTL Tags
  • Introduction to Hibernate
  • Benefits of Hibernate
  • Explanation of Hibernate.cfg.xml File
  • The relation between hibernate and JDBC
  • Program to Update Multiple lines (using HQL)
  • CRUD Operations
  • Writing SQL Queries in Hibernate
  • Introduction to Mapping
  • 1:1 Mapping
  • Property tag in 1:1 Mapping
  • Unidirectional and Bidirectional in 1:1 Mapping
  • Many-to-One Mapping
  • Multiple Programs using 1:1 Mapping and Many-to-One
  • Many-to-One Mapping (bi-direction)
  • Many-to-Many Mapping
  • Programs Using Joinable
  • Lazy Loading and Eager Loading
  • Lifecycle of Hibernate
  • Difference between get and load
  • Feature of Spring, Spring Architecture, Inversion of Control
  • Dependency Injection (Constructor Injection, Setter Injection)
  • Bean Scope, Bean Lifecycle, IoC (annotation approach)
  • Constructor Injection, Setter Injection, Field Injection (annotation approach)
  • Bean Configuration using Java Code
  • Spring MVC Architecture, First MVC code
  • Configuration of Spring MVC
  • Control Flow of Spring MVC, Handler Mapping
  • Data Transfer between Controller & View
  • RequestParam
  • RequestParam
  • SpringMVC Form Tag Library
  • SpringMVC Form Tag Library
  • Spring Validation
  • Introduction to CSS3,Basic Selectors
  • Working with Sizes, Colors and Files, Styling Text
  • Web Fonts, Gradients without Images
  • Advanced Selectors, Lists, and Navigation Menus
  • Exploring Generated Content
  • Transforms and Transitions
  • Animating Elements with Keyframes
  • Styling Tables
  • Elements Positioning, Working with Layouts
  • Multi-Column Layouts with CSS3
  • Dealing with Cross Browser Layouts
  • Media Queries, Print CSS3
  • Introduction to Bootstrap framework
  • Bootstrap CSS
  • Bootstrap Layout Components
  • Bootstrap JavaScript Plugins
  • Using Bootstrap
  • Introduction to web development and JavaScript
  • JavaScript Essentials
  • JavaScript Essentials
  • DOM Scripting
  • DOM Scripting
  • ER Diagrams
  • Constraints
  • Creating Database and Tables, Inserting Data, CRUD Commands
  • CRUD, Basic queries
  • Refining our Selections- Like
  • Single row Functions
  • Aggregate Functions
  • Group by, Having, order by clauses
  • Sub Queries
  • Joins
  • Set Operators
  • Normalization
  • Views, Index, Export, and Import using Scripts.
  • Stored procedures, Triggers
  • Interactive and script mode, OOPS principles
  • Data Types
  • Typecasting
  • Functions
  • Types of arguments
  • Modules
  • Command-line arguments
  • Operators
  • Loops
  • Break and continue statements
  • Lambda Functions
  • Filter, Reduce, Map
  • Global variable, Local variable
  • Recursion
  • Strings
  • Regular expression
  • Referential array
  • List Operations
  • List comprehension
  • zip(),all(),any(), join() functions.
  • Performance analysis of Data Types
  • Tuple
  • Set
  • Set Comprehension
  • Dictionary
  • Collection Module
  • OOPs
  • Instance and static variables
  • Decorators
  • Closures
  • Different Methods
  • Design Principles of OOPs
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Aggregation & Composition
  • Abstraction
  • Duck Typing
  • Exception handling
  • Loggers
  • File handling
  • Generators
  • Process vs Thread
  • Multi-Threading
  • Python Database Programming
  • Bit Manipulations
  • Recursion
  • Arrays
  • Searching
  • Array Manipulations
  • Sorting Techniques
  • Matrix
  • Hashing
  • Strings
  • LinkedList
  • Singly Linked List
  • Doubly Linked List
  • Circular Linked List
  • Linked List
  • Manipulations
  • Stack
  • Queue
  • Dqueue
  • Tree
  • Binary Search Tree
  • Heap
  • Graph
  • Greedy Algorithm
  • Back Tracking
  • Dynamic programming

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