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– Migrating from C/C++ to Java
– Data Types, Variables and Arrays
– Operators, Control Statements
– Object and Classes
– Methods and Classes
– Interface and Access Specifiers
– Inheritance
– Packages and Interfaces
– Exception Handling
– Multithreading Programing
– Autoboxing, Annotations, Generices
– I/O, Applets and other topics
– Swings
– String Handling
– Exploring Java.lang
– Java.util Part 1 Collections Framework
– Java.util Part 2: More utility classes – Input/Output: Exploring Java I/O
– Networking
– Java Database Connectivity
– The Applet Classes, Event Handling
– Introduction AWT, Working with Windows, Graphics and Text
– Using AWT controls, Layout Managers
– New I/O Regular Expressions
– Others Packages
– Project Work
– Servlets as an improved CGI
– Servlet fundamentals/API
– Generic and HTTP Servlet
– Passing Parameters to servlet
– Responding to HTTP
– Interacting with the internet
– Working with forms
– Different Redirection Techniques
– Filter, Servlets, Event Listener
– Event Listeners
– State Management Techniques
– Comparision with Servlets
– JSP Statements
– Changing JSP default base class
– Inbuilt objects
– Filters, Listeners
– Passing parameters to JSP
– Handling concurrency issues
– Implementing Three Tier Architecture
– JSP Directives Page, include and Taglib
– JSP Action Tags
– JSP Expression Language
– Handling Website performance issues
– J2EE overview
– J2EE Architecture and Design Pattern
– MVC overview
– Struts Framework
– Forms Processing
– Internationalization in Struts
– Dyna Action Forms
– Database Connectivity and Connection Pooling
– Tiles Framework Templates
– EJB, Servlets and JSP

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