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Software Development with Java, Spring Boot and ReactJS Training In Nepal
  • Duration 2.5 Months

Introduction

Professional Software Development with Java training in Nepal course is one of the key IT training courses in Nepal that has been designed for programmers, programming enthusiasts, IT and engineering students and all the emerging Java developers looking to gain the highest level of proficiency in Java programming language. Considering the global popularity of Java as a professional IT training course TechAxis Nepal has designed a world-class training curriculum to provide career-focused training and produce globally competent Java programmers.

Advance Java Training in Nepal

Java is a programming language which has shown its efficacy and efficiency in creating broad assortment of platform independent desktop software to on-line software TechAxis has designed a global standard Java learning class that includes fundamental Java introduction to advanced programming methods using this terminology. The class covers all of the essentials of learning Java for example their consequences in creating easy to strong and higher end programs.

    WHY JAVA, SPRINGBOOT and REACTJS?

    Java, Spring Boot, and ReactJS are most popular technologies used in modern web application development.

    • Java is a powerful programming language that is widely used in enterprise-level software development. It is known for its scalability, robustness, and security.
    • Spring Boot is most popular Java framework that simplifies the development of web applications supporting micro-architecture.
    • ReactJS, is a powerful JavaScript library for building user interfaces developed by Facebook. It is widely used for creating dynamic and responsive web applications.
    • Together, Java, Spring Boot, and ReactJS provide a robust, scalable, and maintainable platform for building modern web applications. They offer a wide range of features and tools that can help developers build high-quality applications quickly and efficiently.


Course overview

Java Programming Language Introduction

Java programming is an object oriented programming language. Java was developed by James Gosling and Patrick Naughton in an American Company Sun Microsystems in 1991 which used to sell Computer Hardware. And later on in 2009 Oracle Corporation acquired the Java. The main aim of Java is to write a program and then run that program on different operating systems.

Why Java Training In Nepal?

Well the computer technology is being advance day by day and so does the computer software. In today’s context even a small grocery shop need computer software to keep their daily data safely and easily. Java plays a vital role in making software and websites since its popularity, worldwide validation and platform independent. Since the language has an English-like syntax with minimal special characters, Java is reasonably easy to learn and most developers pick up it as their first programming language to construct suitable applications.

Many countries are ready to pay high salary for java professionals despite no experience. Which does not only include US & UK but developing countries like Nepal and India who are having a lack of Java professionals to fill in various positions. Java certification provides you a close look to the current trends in the market. Along with it certification will assist you in getting job all over the world.

Career opportunities in Nepal After Java Training

Java is a rapidly growing programming language. As of 2018, there are a lots of opportunities for Java developers. With a project growth rate of 19 percent for the 2014-2024 period. Java has started a new era for IT sector and IT professional.

Java is now leading the pack in the enterprise back-end market and the Android mobile application development market. The future seems bright for Java when you think about the integration of modern language features such as lambda expressions and streams in JDK 8. According to Oracle, there are nine million Java developers in the world who continue to work with Java for many reasons like practicality, compatibility, reliability and ease of use. With

plans already afoot to introduce new language features, like value types, in JDK 10, Java might too emerge as the Programming Language of the Year even ten years down the road!After getting Java Training in Nepal anyone can consider following job roles.

  • Full stack Developer
  • Software Developer
  • Backend Developer
  • Java Developer
  • EJB Developer
  • QA Automation Developer
  • A professional teacher in Java

Course Objective

The objective of this course is to train the people who aims to be a Software Engineer, Software Developer using Java and its stack as a programming tool. This course covers all basic to advance level usage of Java and its other technologies used for enterprise application development with practical implementation.

Teaching Methodology

  • Focus more on fundamentals.
  • Handful of assignments, tutorials and lab test of each chapter.
  • Focus more on hands on programming.
  • Periodic feedback from Trainer and Trainee.
  • Each trainee need to develop demo application on their own, taking assistance form trainer when ever required.

Prerequisites

  • Good command in english language
  • Basic knowledge of Computer, Softwares, Programming would be a plus.
  • Understanding of Softwares and Software installation.

Course content

courses | 2.5 Months

Chapter 1: Introduction to Java
  • Introduction to Programming, Software and Software Development
  •  Introduction to Java Programing Language
  • History and Features of Java
  • Java Virtual Machine, Java Runtime Environment, Java Development Kit
  • JVM architecture
  • JDK installation
  • Integrated Development Environment Installation(IntelliJ IDEA, eclipse)
  • Getting Started with Java, write a first Java program
Chapter 2: Java as Programming Language
  • Java basic syntax
  • Creating basic class, method structures
  • Data Types: Primitive and Non-Primitive
  • Access Modifiers
  • Java Variables, Data Types, Type Casting
  • Java Strings, Math and Booleans
  • Java Operators and Keywords
  • Controls Statements
  •                  if-else
  •                  Switch
  •                  for loop
  •                  while, do while loop
  •                  break, continue
  • Arrays: Single, Multidimensional, deceleration, initialization
  • Lambda Expressions
  • Methods, Parametrized methods, Method Overloading, Scope of Methods, Return Type in method
Chapter 3: OOP Concept Porgramming with Java
  • Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
  • Procedural Programming vs OOP vs Functional Programming
  • Java as OOP
  • Java Objects and Classes
  • Class attributes, methods, method’s access modifiers
  • Understanding feature of OOP using Java

           i. Constructors

           ii. Inheritance

           iii. Polymorphism

           iv. Encapsulation

           v. Abstraction and Interfaces

           vi. Inner Classes

  • Garbage Collection
  • Super, this, new keywords
  • Java API and Packages
  • Java Generics
Chapter 4: Utilities
  • String, String builder, String buffer Class
  • Java Regex
  • Exception Handling
  • Date/Calendar packages
  •  Math Class
  • Enum
  • Java Recursion
  •  Java Annotations (@Override, @Supperwarnings, @Deprecated etc)
Chapter 5: Input/Output and File Handling in Java

  • Standard Input/Output, Scanner util
  • Command line argument
  • Input/Output Stream
  • DataOutputStream/DataInputStream
  • File Input/Output
  • CRUD operation in File
  • File Permission
  • Securing the file
  • FileReader, FileWriter
  • PrintStreams
  • Java Serialization/Deserialization

Chapter 6: Data Structure with Collection Framework in Java

  • Introduction to Data Structure
  • Basic concepts in various data structures(Lists, Stacks, Queues)
  • What is Collection Framework?
  • List, Set, Map and their implementations

Chapter 7: Multiprocessing with Java

  • Introduction to Multiprocessing and Multitasking
  • Introduction to Multithreading
  • Threads in Java
  • Runnable Interface, Thread Class, run() method
  • Working with threads
  • Synchronization
  • ExecuterService
  • Inter-thread Communication
  • Producer/Consumer with threads
  • Avoiding deadlock

Chapter 8: Reflection in Java

  • Reflection in Java

Chapter 9: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)

  • Introduction to Database Management System
  • Relational DMS vs Non Relational DMS(SQL vs No-SQL)
  • JDBC Introduction, JDBC Driver implementations
  • Connection with MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle
  • DriverManager, Statement, Prepared Statement, ResultSet
  • Querying the database via Java Code
  • Working with Query Result from database
  • CRUD operations
  • Transaction Management and Batch Processing

Chapter 10: Java GUI

  • Introduction to Swing
  • Developing a demo application build in Swing with JDBC and MySql Database

Chapter 11: Build Automation and Dependency Management Tools

  • Maven
  • Gradle

Chapter 12: Design Patterns in Java
  • Singleton, Factory, Builder, Facade, DAO, DTO, Inversion of Control(IoC) etc.
Chapter 13: Unit Testing with Junit

  • Unit Testing with Junit

Chapter 14: Version Control with Git and Github

  • Version Control with Git and Github

Chapter 15: Introduction to Web Application and Java Servlets

  • What is web application
  • Client Server Architecture
  • HTTP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, BootStrap Basics, URL, URI
  • Java Enterprise Edition
  • WebServer (Apache Tomcat) installation and setup
  • Java Servlet and its advantages
  • Servlet Class and its Lifecycle
  • Servlet Context and Servlet Configuration
  • Java Server Pages Basics
  • Introduction to JSP Tag Library
  • HTTP methods: GET, POST, PUT, DELETE
  • Ajax requests
  • Session and Cookies
  • Model View Controller architecture
  • Developing a demo web application CRUD/Login functionality using Servlets, JDBC, JSP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript etc.

Chapter 16 : Frontend development with ReactJS

  • Frontend development with ReactJS

Chapter 17: Logging with Java using Log4j

  • Logging with Java using Log4j

Chapter 18: Advance Programming Interface

  • What API?
  • SOAP vs Rest API
  • Rest API request/response using Postman
  • CRUD operation with Rest API

Chapter 19: Object Relational Mapping(ORM) with Hibernate and JPA

  • Introduction to ORM
  • What is Hibernate and JPA?
  • Hibernate vs JDBC
  • Entity Classes/Model Class, Objects mapping with Relational Table
  • Caching and Transaction Management
  • Entity Mapping

          i. One to One

          ii. One to Many

          iii. Many to One

          iv. Many to Many

  • Hibernate Query Language(HQL)
  • Building Criteria
  • Hibernate with web application
  • Java Persistence API

Chapter 20: Spring Framework and Spring Boot

  • Introduction to Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection
  • What is Spring Framework? Its advantages over Java Enterprise Edition
  • Aspect Oriented Programming(AOP)
  • Spring AOP
  • Application Context
  • Dependency Injection using Constructor and Setter
  • Spring MVC with Hibernate
  • Spring Rest Services
  • Integrating API Documentation using Swagger
  • Getting Started with Spring Boot and Spring Initializr
  • Spring Boot Application
  • Configuration Files: properties file, YMAL files
  • Configuration properties
  • Annotations used in Spring Boot Projects
  • Spring Boot Dev Tools
  • Spring Boot Security
  • Spring Boot Email
  • Spring Batch
  • Lombok API
  • Developing the backend system of demo enterprise application using Spring Boot, Hibernate/JPA, Maven/Gradle

Chapter 21: Integration and Deployment and CI/CD

  • Introduction to Micro services and Microarchitecture
  • Implementing CI/CD pipeline for the development enterprise application using Jenkins
  • Integration of UI/UX, backend, database, git and github for complete CI/CD