Advanced Java Training and .Net training

About Advanced Java Training

The course builds a strong understanding of JDBC Technology. It gives in to demonstrate why Servlets are the cornerstone of Java’s Web platform. It then shows how JSP is built on the Servlet architecture. Additionally, the class shows students how to use JSTL, custom tags and expression language to reduce Java code in Web pages while adding tremendous power and capability to those pages. The class culminates in an exploration of Java MVC frameworks like Struts at a high level. This is not a class that focuses on theory. Participants will find the course is loaded with practical labs and simulations. After taking this class, developers will be able to build Web applications that perform well, are scalable, and that are easier to maintain..

JDBC 4.0

Introduction to JDBC JDBC architecture java.sql Package Connection, Statement, ResultSet Prepared Statement Callable Statement Scrollable and Updatable ResultSet Batch Updates ResultSetMetaData Simple Transaction Management Four Levels of JDBC drivers, their pros & cons Features of JDBC 3.0 Servlets 3.0 12 Need of Server side Programming Introduction to Servlets Servlet Life Cycle javax.servlet package ServletConfig, ServletContext, ServletResponse Supplying initialization parameters to Servlets Performing database operations in Servlets Include and forward mechanisms Applying filters to Servlets javax.servlet.http Package HttpServlet Life Cycle Http request methods GET vs POST HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse Dealing with Http headers & error codes Session Tracking, purpose Hidden form fields, Cookies Http Session, URL rewriting Event listeners Web application security JSP 2.2 Disadvantages of Servlets Introduction to JSP JSP Life Cycle Creating dynamic Web content with JSP Scripting elements Scriptlet Declaration Expression XML syntax for JSP elements JSP directives page, include and taglib JSP implicit objects JSP scopes Include and forward mechanism Using a Java bean in a jsp JSP Model 1 architecture JSP Model 2 (MVC) architecture Custom Tag Development Classic Tags, Simple Tags Error Handling in a jsp JSTL Expression Language Processing XML in a JSP.


About ASP.NET Training

This ASP.NET training class teaches experienced developers the C#.NET/VB.NET, ADO.NET skills they need to successfully build database-driven Web applications and Web Sites. It will guide how to build web-based enterprise applications using ASP.NET and Visual Studio. It will also give the comfort to the attendees developing the Web Services using .Net framework in Service-oriented Architecture. ASP.NET Training Course Prerequisite At least consistent object-oriented or object-based development experience in Java, C#, VB, or another modern object-oriented or object-based language. In addition, should know the basics of SQL and relational databases. ASP.NET Training Course Objective Introduction to web technologies Web Forms Architecture ASP.Net and HTTP Web application developing using Visual Studio State Management and Web Applications ASP.Net Server-side controls Caching in ASP.Net ASP.Net application configuration Debugging, Diagnostics of application Connectivity with Database using ADO.Net/Entity Framework Data Access Controls Personalization and Security Introduction to Web Services Introduction to WCF ASP.NET Training Course Duration 45 Working days, daily one and half hours ASP.NET Training Course Overview Introduction To Web Applications [Prerequisites] Types of Applications – Web, Desktop & Mobile Applications Web applications with Web Server Web Server role, about IIS, APACHE, and CASSINI Web Browsers, Web Support Languages Understanding http, TCP/IP, LAN, WAN & O/S role in web development Why Scripting & its importance Client-Side & Server-Side Scripting OVERVIEW OF .NET (ASP.NET) Intro to .NET Drawbacks of Current Trend .NET Framework Key Design Goals CLR, CTS, MSIL, & Other Tools Multiple Language Interaction & Support Moving from Project to Assemblies… Security Services and environment Vista & IIS 6.0/7.0 & their requirements Installing & Configuring VS.NET/.NET 2.0/3.0/3.5 AJAX(ATLAS) importance in Web applications The need for AJAX & the Solution ACTIVE SERVER PAGES .NET ROLE Shifting from ASP to ASP.Net, to web 2.0 (new) ASP.Net as Framework, Namespaces ASP.Net – New Scenario in development process with IDE – VS.NET Web Pages to Web Forms, HTML – ASP.NET, State management- an Important Objective Understanding the ASP.NET Execution Scenario C#.Net role in ASP.NET Development ASP.NET/C#.Net – the Industry approach HTML, HTML Controls, ASP.NET Controls Client-side & Server-side Controls Consuming HTML Client/Server Controls in WebForms Consuming ASP.Net Controls in WebForms Understanding the Rendering Nature of Controls Developing a Simple Startup Application ASP.NET WEB FORMS – THE NEW TECHNOLOGY(BEGINNING) Introducing Web Forms, Worker process Working with Server Controls Applying Styles to Controls, Themes, Skins etc FORM Page Directives and its use Separating Code & Design New Code behind Techniques Implementing ASP.NET Server Controls Types of ASP.NET & their need/render Intrinsic – Validation – Bound – DataSource Navigation – Login – Web Parts & AJAX.-as building blocks WEB FORMS – INTRODUCTION TO AJAX INPUT VALIDATION Validating Form with Validation Controls of Using RequiredFieldvalidator control Using CompareValidator Control Using RangeValidator Control Using CustomValidator control Create Server-side / Client-side functions for – CustomValidator Control Group Validations & avoiding Validations. Finally – Client Targets & ValidationSummary control ADO.NET I – DATABASE SERVICES (V1.1/2.0/3.5) XML, XML to HTML, XML & Databases XML Schema Definition Tool Overview of ADO.NET/ XML Support in .NET Connect/Insert/Update/Delete,Query data -using ADO.NET Retrieve data with datasets Data Adapters, Understanding Data tables Build Data table programmatically Filter and sort Data table, Data Relations ADO.NET LINQ ADO.NET – II Parameters with Command Object Stored Procedures with ADO.NET using –output parameters Develop a Registration form using ADO PRESENTING DATA USING ASP.NET BOUND CONTROLS (USING VB.NET/C#) ASP.Net bound controls DataSource Controls Repeater & its uses. DataBound and DataAware Controls Bind data to Dropdownlist Control Datalist control DataGrid(1.1/2.0) Control GridView & its importance in Development GridView(Basic) – simple uses GridView (Advanced) –Runtime Fields, Empty DataRows, NTier … FormView & DetailsView ListView AJAX ( ATLAS )

Introduction to Microsoft AJAX.(Code name ATLAS)

XML Http object

Programming with XML HTTP Object

Advantages and Disadvantages of AJAX.

Features of AJAX. MS Implementation of AJAX ASP.NET ERROR HANDLING & DEBUG. Error Handling & .NET Runtime Avoid Errors before they occur Structured Error Handling Catching General Exceptions Catching Specific Exceptions Throwing Exceptions Custom Exceptions Page Level Error Handling Application Level Error Handling


Creating User Controls

Adding member to user controls. Registering User Controls Properties & Methods Dynamically loading user controls Master Pages


Web Application configuration-Advantage. New Configuration Model, ASP.NET Confn Tool Web Application Machine Configuration Global Assembly Cache, Strong Names VS2005. Working with Assembly Info Web.Config, Machine.Config Process Model –System Configuration. ASP.NET WEB APPLICATIONS About Session & Application object Comparison between Session & Application Using the Global.asax file Managing Application State Http Handlers Application & Session Variables Application & Session Events CACHE SERVICES Caching Overview Advantages of Caching Comparing with Application & Session var’s Page Output Caching Page Data Caching Fragment Caching SECURITY Security Overview Authentication & Authorization Windows-based Authentication Passport Authentication.(WebServices) Forms-based Authentication Memberships Authorizing Users and Roles User Account Impersonation DEPLOYMENT Deploying ASP.NET Application ASP.NET XML WEB SERVICES Introducing XML Web Services Differences Between DCOM / Remoting / Web Services Webservices. Writing a Simple Web Service Xml web services stack, SOAP,WSDL,UDDI,Sync an Async calls Web Service Type Marshalling Using Data in Web Services Using Objects and Intrinsic HTML Pattern Matching WCF WEBPARTS New concept in Web Apps. Advantages and Disadvantages. Predefined/ user defined controls with webparts. WINDOWS VISTA-NEW FEATURES Gadgets/side bars. Office 2007 VS to tools for office. MOBILE APPLICATIONS Mobile forms Mobile Environment – Today’s Need. Needed Infrastructure WAP, WML overview. MS Mobile Explorer. Open ware Simulators. Line smart phones and Pocket PC Applications.