Introduction to online Java tutorials for new java programmers.
Java is a powerful object-oriented programming language with simple code structure. You can create applications and applets with graphics and user interfaces because Java has built-in application programming interface (API) and due to its rich set of interfaces java has a platform in itself. Java provides errorless programming with platform independent feature. Java developers tried to write the code structure similar to the syntax of C++ so it would be easy for C++ programmers to learn java. In comparison to C++, Java handles many operation like creation and deletion of memory automatically, it helps to make bug-free code in Java application.
The course we offered is designed and centered for new programmers. We provides you the course materials with extreme knowledge-full examples prepared by Java professionals. It makes you perfect in Java programming as well as for being a successful software professional. Here we also provides topic based examples with description in more generic way.
We prepare the course which covered all the topic of Java with point of view of Java professionals. We also keep in mind the topic which covered by sun-certification and try to make you perfect for certification. We covered all necessary topic of object-oriented programming in Java and this is the strong reason for you to trust our courses. The course we provides you is often easy to understand the concept of object-oriented programming because all the chapters are further divided in more topic.
Java Training Objectives:
After successfully completion of object-oriented programming course in Java. You are aware of the :
Uses of all data type and file input and output features.
Uses of Objects, classes, interfaces and inheritance.
Error handling in your program with exception handlers.
Object oriented design and analysis.
Serialization and Parsing the objects using object serialization.
Write multi-threaded programs and synchronize threads in program.
Familiar with RMI, UML diagram, relationship with classes, MIDIets, Applet and Swing Components.
Getting Started with Java SE
Datatypes and Variables
Using Java Objects
Printing to the Console
printf Format Strings
StringBuilder and StringBuffer
Methods and Messages
Comparing and Identifying Objects
the Primitive-Type Wrapper Classes
Errors and RuntimeExceptions
Errors in Integer Arithmetic
Floating Point Operaations
I/O Exceptions vs. Runtime Exceptions
Overview of Streams
Bytes vs. Characters
Converting Byte Streams to Character Streams
Binary Input and Output
Reading and Writing Objects
and Filtered Streams
Core Collection Classes
Advanced Java Features
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