What is Java?

Java is a technology developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems, Sun Microsystems is now a part of Oracle Corporation. This is one of the most powerful & securable language used to build Software, Web application and Mobile application. It uses object oriented approach to enhance its power.

We provide full range of Java Training, from writing basic fundamental syntax and object oriented Programming to developing Java enterprise applications.

What is Oracle RDBMS

Oracle is an object-relational database management system produced and marketed by Oracle Corporation. It is the most widely used database language. It is used to save, update, delete and retrieve data. SQL Server is a Oracle product and usually used with Java application. It is very powerful software and used in big and small application.

Overview of java
  • Introduction of different Web Technology
  • What is Java
  • How Java Works
  • Summary
Setting up and Installing java
  • Installation of Java EE
  • virtual directory
  • Application Setting in Java EE
  • Summary
Oracle or MySQL
  • Overview of Oracle or MySQL
  • Installation of Oracle or MySQL
  • Database, Data Types, DML
  • Data Time functions, Stored Procedure, Sub query
  • MySQL Connect/Create/ Insert
  • MySQL Select/ Where/Update/ Delete
  • Features of Oracle or MySQL
  • Summary
HTML, CSS & JavaScript
  • Basic of HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Summary
Object-Oriented Programming
  • Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
  • Classes and Objects
  • Fields and Methods
  • Encapsulation
  • Access Control
  • Polymorphism
FTP Management
  • Understanding FTP
  • Setting up FTP Server (Live)
  • Summary
  • Uploading and downloading FTP contents
Sending Emails
  • Designing email panel
  • How to send an email to various users
  • Sending auto emails
  • Summary
  • Deploying application on Web Server
  • Summary
Live Project
  • Getting customer’s requirements
  • Preparing database and business logics
  • Developing application
  • Testing and implementing the project
  • Summary