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Java and J2EE Learn the language of virtually every type of networked application.

Java is everywhere: on all platforms and devices and in all countries around the world. It enables developers to make programs work just about anywhere. With time the importance and popularity of Java is on rise as it has the magic in its remarkable abilities to innovate and morph as the technology The best part about Java is, its eco-system is self-sustaining, from mobility (Android) to middleware (Hadoop), it impacts everything and will continue to make a big impact in future too.

Type Lesson Title
What is Java?
History of Java.
Why Java?
First Program in Java
Latest technology
Installation and IDE
Basic programming Concepts
Data types, Identifiers
Variables and Operators
Access Specifier
Control Structures
Basic OOPs
Objects and Classes
Inheritance, Polymorphism
Abstraction and encapsulation
Other concepts
Methods overloading and overriding
Methods, Constructors and Getters & Setters
Various Keywords
Polymorphism and Encapsulation
Abstract class and Interface
Exceptions and Aggregation
Collection and Generics
I/O Fundamentals
Exception handling
Wrapper Class

J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) is a Java platform designed for the mainframe-scale computing typical of large enterprisesJ2EE simplifies application development and decreases the need for programming and programmer training by creating standardized, reusable modular components and by enabling the tier to handle many aspects of programming automatically.

Type Lesson Title
Introduction to IoT
History of J2EE
What is J2EE?
Why J2EE?
Setting up the Environment
Overview of J2EE
Architecture of J2EE
J2EE servers
J2EE Platform services
Deployment and Security
Java Servlets
Overview of Servlets
Need for Servlets
Life Cycle of an Servlet
Creating a Servlet
Deploying a Servlet
Deployment Descriptor
Servlet APIs
Servlet Request API
Servlet Response API
Servlet Context API
HTTP Servlet
HTTP Servlet Request API
HTTP Servlet Response API
HTTP Session API
Servlet LifeCycle APIs
Lifecycle events
Servlet Request and Servlet Context Listeners
HTTP Session Listeners
Session Management
URL Rewriting & Hidden Form field
Cookies Advanced Concepts
Servlet Filters
Sample Implementation of Servlet Filters
Thread safe Servlets
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