Java Frameworks

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An introduction to the widely-used Java frameworks. Discover how to wire together your Java objects using Spring and dependency injection. You’ll learn how to set up your system for Spring development, how to use Maven, and how to work with databases using Spring and Hibernate and how to create web applications with Spring MVC. We’ll also look at managing user accounts with Spring Security,JDBC, working with web forms, Apache tiles for building modular web pages, aspect-oriented programming (AOP) and using Log4J and JUnit.

Key features of Java Framework Training in Croma Campus:

  • Framework for development such as Struts1.1, Struts1.2  & Struts1.3 to unwind large scale projects
  • Framework for development such as Struts2.0, Struts2.1 to unwind large scale projects.
  • Approximately (60%) Struts1.x framework is using in IT Development.
  • Hibernate (2.5 or 3.0) is used at DAO Layer which is use to unwind development in very large scale projects.
  • Spring is latest framework used to unwind development in very big large scale projects.
  • Web services to communicate one programming language to another such as Java with PHP or.Net.
  • Implementing protocols, SOAP, RESTFUL, java web service, JAX-WS and JAX-RS with XML and JSON.
  • Students would get a window view of leveraging Java in the current scenario.

Croma Campus Java Framework Training Map

Java Framework Training Program
Frameworks STRUTSFull Struts 1.2 or 1.3 Development using Tiles with Example and after that One Project implementation with any database .Full Struts 2.0 or 2.1 Development using Tiles with Exampleand after that
One Project implementation with any databaseHIBERNATE(ORM Tool)
Full Hibernate annotation or without annotation implementation for development with multiple example.
Session Management.
Transaction Management.
Cache Management(Second level or First level Cache implementation).
Hibernate MappingSPRINGFull SpringMVC annotation with Tiles Development with Example after that One Project implementation with Oracle or mysql database using Hibernate Template.
Full SpringCore (IOC or DI) implementation and theoretical for bussiness Logic.
Full SpringJDBC or SpringORM implementaion for backend with any database.
Hot Topics WEB SERVICES
SOAP:-SOA Web Services live implementaion for Development in XML or Bean Object. Implementation Consumer(Client) and Producer(Server).RESTFUL:-Restful Web services live implementaion for Development in XML or JSON Object. Implementation Consumer(client) and Producer(server).AJAX or JAVASCRIPT:-Ajax implementation for development.
JavaScript implementation for development and validation client side.
Code Debugging, Login module, Registration module, Log4j implementation, Data encryption or Decryption for security from RSA or MD5 algorithm., Encoder or Decoder , implementation, Digital Signature, PDF generation from itext jar file, excel file generation from java code, Crone Scheduler implementation in java using jar file, Own jar file creation, War file creation, Data security module, utility implementation, custom TLD creation in jsp, Automatic password generation send to email id by java code, JNDI implementation, Different Listener implementation in application, Tiles framework implementation.
SERVER, Web server – Apache Tomcat
Application Server – Web Sphere ,Web logic ,Jboss, IDE
Eclipse, My eclipse, All project implementation in 3 Tier architecture or 2 Tier architecture.
*For B.Tech/MCA Industrial Training: Project Synopsis/Project for College Submission/Industrial Training Certificate.

STRUTS 2.0 FRAMEWORK

  • MVC/Model2.
  • Flow of Struts [Request till Response]
  • Controller
  • Request Processor.
  • Filter Dispatcher.
  • Action/ActionMapping/ActionForm.
  • Result
  • Interceptors
  • valueStack, OGNL & Data Transfer.
  • ActionContext
  • Configuration Files in Struts [struts-config.xml, web.xml etc]

WORKING WITH STRUTS 2 ACTIONS

  • Introduction Struts 2 actions.
  • Packaging your Actions.
  • Implementing actions.
  • Transferring Data onto Objects.
  • Data Transfer Objects [DTO].
  • File Uploading: a case study

ADDING OVERFLOW WITH INTERCEPTORS

  • Why Intercepts Requests?
  • Interceptors in Action.
  • Surveying the built-in Struts 2 Interceptors.
  • Declaring Interceptors.
  • Building your own Interceptor

DATA TRANSFER: OGNL AND TYPE CONVERSION

  • Data transfer and type conversion.
  • OGNL and Struts 2.
  • Built-in type converters.
  • Customizing type conversion

BUILDING A VIEW: TAGS

  • An overview of Struts tags.
  • Data tags.
  • Control tags.
  • Miscellaneous tags.
  • Using JSTL and other native tags.
  • A brief primer for the OGNL expression language

UI COMPONENT TAGS

  • Why we need UMI component tags?
  • Tags, templates, and themes.
  • UI component tag reference

RESULTS IN DETAIL

  • Life after the action.
  • Commonly used result types.
  • Global Results

INTEGRATING WITH SPRING AND HIBERNATE/JPA

  • Why use Spring with Struts 2?
  • Adding Spring to Struts 2.
  • Why use the JAVA persistence API with Struts 2?

EXPLORING THE VALIDATION FRAMEWORK

  • Getting familiar with the validation framework.
  • Validator with Struts.
  • Writing your action for validation.
  • Writing a customer validator.
  • Validation framework advanced topics.
  • Configuration files in Validator Framework

UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONALIZATION

  • The Struts 2 framework and JAVA i18n
  • A Struts 2 i18n demo
  • Struts 2 i18n: the details
  • Overriding the frameworks default locale determination

DATABASE CURRICULUM

SQL BASIC

  • Introduction
  • Select
  • Where
  • Insert
  • Update
  • Delete

SQL Advance

  • SQL Order by
  • SQL AND & OR
  • SQL In
  • SQL Between
  • SQL Join
  • SQL Union
  • SQL Create
  • SQL Drop
  • SQL Alter
  • Decode SQL
  • SQL Group By
  • SQL Select Into
  • SQL Create View
  • Creating Index

SQL FUNCTIONS

  • Aggregate Functions
  • Scalar Functions
  • Working with Dates
  • Introduction to PL
  • Working with Procedures and Functions
  • Working with Triggers
  • Working with Sequences

INTRODUCTION TO MAPPING OBJECTS TO RELATIONAL DATABASES

  • Serialization 2
  • XML 2
  • Object Oriented Database Systems
  • Mapping

INTRODUCTION TO HIBERNATE 3.0 FRAMEWORK

  • Hibernate Architecture
  • Hibernate Configuration
  • Hibernate Support for Other Technologies
  • Installing Hibernate
  • A Hello World stand alone application
  • A Servlet-Based Hibernate Application

CREATING PERSISTENT CLASSES

  • Mapping a basic JAVA class
  • Mapping a Class with Binary Data
  • Mapping a Serializable Class
  • Mapping a Class with Data/Calendar Attributes
  • Mapping a Read-Only Class
  • Mapping a Classes Using Versioning/Timestamps

MAPPING INHERITANCE WITH JAVA CLASSES

  • Table-Per-Class Hierarchy Mapping
  • Table-Per-SubClass Hierarchy Mapping
  • Table-Per-Concrete-Class Hierarchy Mapping
  • Persisting Interface

WORKING WITH COLLECTIONS

  • Associations
  • Lazy Initialization
  • Mapping Maps/SortedMaps
  • Mapping Set/SortedSets
  • Mapping Lists
  • Mapping Arrays
  • Mapping a Bidirectional Association

USING PERSISTENT OBJECTS

  • Persisting Objects
  • Loading Data into an Object
  • Updating and Finding Objects

SCALAR QUERIES AND HIBERNATE QUERY LANGUAGE

  • Queries
  • Named Queries
  • SQL Queries
  • Hibernate Query Language

HIBERNATE CACHING

  • Setting Up a SessionFactory Cache
  • Using the Persistent Object Cache
  • Using the Query Cache
  • Setting Up EHCache

HIBERNATE TRANSACTION AND LOCKING

  • Configuration
  • Database Support
  • Using Transactions
  • The Transaction API
  • Transaction Example Using Oracle
  • Locking

HIBERNATE AND XDOCLET

  • Introduction to XDoclet
  • Using XDoclet with Hibernate
  • Hibernate XDoclet Tags and Description

HIBERNATE AND ECLIPSE

  • Hibernator
  • HiberClipse
  • Hibernate Synchronizer

INTEGRATION OF STRUTS 2, HIBERNATE AND SPRING

  • Struts and Hibernate
  • Spring and Hibernate
  • Struts, Hibernate and Spring

SPRING 2.5 FRAMEWORK

  • Introduction

WHAT IS SPRING?

  • SPRING Modules
  • Understanding dependency injection
  • Applying aspect-oriented programming

BASIC BEAN WIRING

  • Containing your beans
  • Creating beans
  • Injecting into bean properties
  • Autowiring
  • Controlling bean creation

ADVANCED BEAN WIRING

  • Declaring parent and child beans
  • Applying method injection
  • Injecting non-Spring beans
  • Registering custom property editors

ADVISING BEANS

  • Introducing AOP
  • Create classic Spring aspects
  • Creating advice
  • Defining pointcuts and advisors
  • Using ProxyFactoryBean
  • Autoproxying

HITTING THE DATABASE

  • Learning Spring data access philosophy
  • Configuring a data source
  • Using JDBC with Spring
  • Working with JDBC templates
  • Using Spring DAO support classes for JDBC
  • Integrating Hibernate with Spring
  • Caching

SPRING AND POJO-BASED REMOTE SERVICES

  • An overview of Spring remoting
  • Working with RMI
  • Remoting with Hessian and Burlap
  • Using Spring HttpInvoker
  • Spring and web services

BUILDING CONTRACT-FIRST WEB SERVICES IN SPRING

  • Introducing Spring-WS
  • Defining the contract(first)
  • Handling messages withservice endpoints
  • Wiring it all together
  • Consuming Spring-WS web services

SPRING AND ENTERPRISE JAVABEANS

  • Wiring EJBsin Spring
  • Spring and EJB3

HANDLING WEB REQUESTS

  • Getting started with Spring MVC
  • Mapping requests to controllers
  • Handling requests with controllers
  • Handling exception

IN TEGRATING WITH OTHER WEB FRAMEWORKS

  • Using Spring with Struts
  • Registering the Spring plug-in with Struts
  • Writing Springaware Struts actions
  • Delegating to Spring-configured actions
  • What about Struts 2?
  • Working Spring into WebWork 2/Struts 2

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